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PLEASE NOTE: Because of the constant and fast-paced nature of changes to various public-health guidelines and policies, the most recent guidance may not be reflected in some sections of this website. We thank you for your understanding and patience as we work to keep all materials as up to date as possible. In the meantime, questions about the College’s public-health practices and policies can be directed to [email protected].

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the environment for everyone at Keuka College. As a community, we are doing all we can to apply the best practices and recommended guidelines put forth by New York State and the CDC.

In an effort to create the safest space possible for the Spring 2022 semester, we have established revised guidelines and refined several policies to help us keep our community safe while we actively pursue the personal and academic interests of everyone at the College

SPRING 2022 Calendar

  • Move-in is the weekend of Jan. 29-30 for all students. Residence halls will open Saturday, Jan. 29, at 1 p.m.
  • Classes begin on campus on Monday, Jan. 31. 
  • The College plans a traditional Spring schedule for the upcoming semester, which includes holidays for Presidents Day (Feb. 21), and Spring Break (the week of March 21-25) for students.
  • The final day of classes will be May 13.
  • Final exams will be held the week of May 16.

  • Commencement events will be held on May 21.

  • Additional information can be found in the College’s 2021-22 Academic Calendar.

Face Coverings on Campus

The College is no longer requiring face masks to be worn by students, faculty, staff, or visitors, so long as they are fully vaccinated and boosted. Individuals who have received an approved medical or religious exemption, or who are not fully vaccinated, are expected to continue to mask, with the exception of students when they are in their own residence hall rooms or employees when in their offices alone. 

The College also encourages anyone who feels more comfortable wearing a mask to continue to do so.

Finally, the Health and Counseling Center is considered a healthcare facility by New York State and everyone, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask while in a healthcare facility, including the Health and Counseling Center.


COVID-19 testing will continue to be conducted on campus for those individuals who are not fully vaccinated and boosted, as well as anyone believing they have come in contact with an infected individual or who is displaying symptoms of the virus. Enhanced surveillance testing will also be scheduled for student-athletes.