Seton Hall University Pledge
As a member of the Seton Hall community, we have a shared responsibility to recognize the special and vital role we play in sustaining the health and well-being of ourselves, others, and our community. Providing a healthy and safe environment and limiting the spread of COVID-19 depends in large part, on our shared commitment and dedication to the tenets in this Pledge.
To Protect Myself and Others, I Will:
- Educate myself about the many personal and community benefits from receiving a COVID-19 vaccination and will consider becoming vaccinated if I am not already vaccinated.
- Adhere to Seton Hall’s distancing, masking, testing and hygiene guidelines in outdoor and indoor settings.*
- Complete the #CampusClear app as needed.
- Appreciate my own personal role in keeping myself and those around me healthy.
*Effective 6:00 a.m. ET June 4, 2021:
Faculty, students, staff, and administrators who have reported through the Confidential Vaccine Declaration that they are fully vaccinated are not required to wear a mask or practice social distancing indoors on each campus and at indoor, off-campus University activities. However, they are welcome to wear a mask if they choose.
Faculty, students, staff, and administrators who have not reported on the Confidential Vaccine Declaration, or have reported being less than fully vaccinated, or reported they are seeking an exemption, must wear a mask indoors on each campus and at indoor, off-campus University activities.
Guests, visitors, vendors and others who are not fully vaccinated are required to wear a mask indoors on each campus and at indoor, off-campus University activities. Those who are fully vaccinated are welcome to wear a mask if they choose.
Effective May 20, 2021:
Masks do not need to be worn outdoors, regardless of individuals’ vaccination status or ability to maintain social distance, as directed by Governor Murphy through NJ Executive Order No. 241.