Covid-19 Campus News

COVID-19 Safeguarding Strategies

PC Students:

This week, our student athletes begin returning to campus, and soon everyone will be back for the upcoming academic year.

As we continue to monitor CDC guidelines, we are updated our own protocols to best protect the health and safety of our faculty, staff and students. 

The following protocols from the CDC will be used:

Ultimately, Presentation College encourages individuals to take precautions, to participate in voluntary masking, and to follow CDC protocol if exposed or if contracting COVID-19. 

We want to also encourage our PC family to receive your COVID-19 vaccine, get a booster, and stay home if you are not feeling well.

If you would like to get tested on-campus, there are test kits in SE building (nursing), Athletic training, and in the suites.

For more information regarding COVID-19 please visit:

Thank you and let’s have a great school year!


COVID-19 Response Services:
  • The new PC Student Telehealth Clinic is open onsite, staffed with a telehealth doctor and MSN student nurses not only for COVID testing (which are then processed offsite) but also for a number of other minor medical concerns.
    • PC has Antigen test kits on site at the campus clinic. Results are received within 15 minutes.

    • The PC Clinic will be in room 236 of the Main Building.
    • The PC Clinic hours are 9am-12pm and 1pm-5pm.
  • Avera Health Care is offering the community access to testing via a number of different avenues. Individuals can call the COVID Hotline, during business hours, at 1-877-AT-AVERA or can access an online screening tool, anytime, day or night, and receive a call back to set up an appointment to receive testing, if necessary. Alternatively, people can also seek testing from any health care provider of their choice.
  • Students are encouraged to download the contact tracing app, Campus Clear, which maintains a log of all other individuals who have the app who may have come within 6 feet of them for 15+ minutes within a 24-hour period, over the past 14 days.
  • PC has established protocols for resident students in isolation (awaiting test results or having tested positive) and in quarantine (who have been in close contact with someone awaiting test results or having tested positive). Resident students in isolation will have their meals from the dining hall delivered to them. Those in quarantine will pick up boxed meals at the designated distribution site. Both groups of students will continue to have access to classes online.


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