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On Aug. 19, President John Garvey sent a letter to the Catholic University community announcing that the University will be open with in-person classes, residence life, and campus activites for the fall 2021 semester. He noted that the University is able to take this step due to the high rate of voluntary vaccination in our community.
He also emphasized that "our ability to open this fall and remain open depends on our shared commitment to keep Catholic University safe and healthy. For this reason we have drafted a set of Shared Community Responsibilities that we expect every person on campus to follow, regardless of vaccination status."