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Campus Reopening Plans

Norfolk State University remains committed to the health and safety of our faculty, staff and the University community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The success and well-being of each NSU community member is of paramount concern and requires a shared responsibility of us all. As part of that shared responsibility, all faculty and staff are required to receive training and comply with University policies and public health measures implemented for the health and safety of the University community.


President Adams-Gaston Shares Campus Reopening Message | View the video
Norfolk State University President Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston shares an important message with the Spartan Community about the University's Campus Reopening Plan. 

Welcome Back to Campus! | View the video
It's going to take all of us doing our part to have a safe campus experience and a safe fall 2020 semester. To see how we can achieve a successful return to campus, view the video below.

ODU & NSU Joint Statement on Fall 2020 Opening Plans | Read the Statement - pdf
We address our campus communities with enthusiasm and excitement about the start of the fall semester. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Old Dominion University and Norfolk State University have worked on our respective plans, and it is our collective desire to do what is in the best interest of our students, our employees and the #757 communities we serve.

NSU Virtual Town Hall Meeting | View the video
Norfolk State University President Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston recently participated in a virtual town hall meeting with Dr. Justin Moses, Vice President for Operations and Chief Strategist for Institutional Effectiveness, COVID Director Dr. Michael Shackleford, and Dr. Leonard Brown, Vice President for Student Affairs (via phone), to answer questions from the Spartan community about COVID-19 and the University’s campus reopening plan. 

Last Updated July 28, 2020 | Posted July 08, 2020
Fall 2020 Reopening Campus Plan | View the Plan - pdf
This document provides information about the academic and operational planning for the Fall 2020 semester and the 2020-21 Academic Year. Planning is fluid as new guidance is provided to the University by various entities and agencies including the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Virginia Department of Health, the Center for Disease control, and the Federal Government.