The university is proactively implementing measures to safeguard the campus community and to ensure the academic progress of our students as we "bring back the Bulldogs." You will find the latest messages to our campus community regarding the ongoing pandemic below.

March 20, 2022 Message to Campus
March 20, 2022
As COVID-19 cases continue to decline on campus and across the state, Samford is pleased to announce revisions to our COVID-19 Protocols related to rapid testing and quarantine clearance testing. 
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February 2, 2022 Message to Campus
February 2, 2022
Based on data reported by county and state public health authorities and favorable trends both on campus and in our local community, we are encouraged to update you on the planned changes to the university’s COVID-19 protocols. 
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January 17, 2022 Message to Campus
January 17, 2022
With the current surge in COVID-19 cases, we know it may be difficult to obtain a COVID-19 test from local healthcare providers. Therefore, starting tomorrow and continuing for the next three weeks, Samford will provide free testing to all asymptomatic students and employees. 
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January 6, 2022 Message to Campus
January 6, 2022
Welcome back to campus for the spring semester! We appreciate your participation in the university’s required re-entry testing program. 
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January 2, 2022 Message to Campus
January 2, 2022
We hope this email finds you well and rested after the Christmas holiday break. We look forward to resuming university operations on Monday, Jan. 3, 2022, with residence hall move-in and classes starting as scheduled. 
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December 29, 2021 Message to Campus
December 29, 2022
We hope this email finds you well and rested after the Christmas holiday break. We look forward to resuming university operations on Monday, Jan. 3 with residence hall move-in and classes starting as scheduled. We will inform you of any changes as they are decided. 
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December 10, 2021 Message to Campus
December 10, 2021
We remain encouraged by the low incidence of reported COVID-19 cases on our campus. In two weeks we will complete the fall semester and close for the winter break. Already we are turning our attention to the spring semester and welcoming you back to campus in January. 
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