COVID-19 Updates

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  • Document .pdfSpring 2021 Semester Newsletter - March 1, 2021

    Newsletter with important information regarding the spring 2021 semester.

Spring 2021 Semester Information

Currently, the College plans to conduct classes (didactic content) in the online and/or digital-mediated format, and have students participate in on-campus activities such as skills labs, simulation activities, science labs, and attend clinical and practicum experiences at the respective sites. Based on the knowledge that we currently have; we are continuing in the same format being used for fall. This applies to both Toledo and Youngstown. There have been adjustments to the Spring 2021 schedule as noted below and in the video message from Dr. Wajert.

Spring 2021 Semester Schedule Updates

Given the continuation of the pandemic, spring break is being canceled the week of March 8-12, 2021. Two long weekends will be added in the place of spring break.

Spring Semester Date Updates/Information

  • Monday, January 18, 2021: CLASSES CANCELLED; Business Operations of the College will be open.
  • Friday, March 12, 2021: CLASSES CANCELLED; Business Operations of the College will be open.
  • Friday, April 2, 2021: CLASSES CANCELLED, and COLLEGE CLOSED.
  • Monday, April 5, 2021: CLASSES CANCELLED; Business Operations of the College will be open.

Message from President Wajert Regarding Spring 2021

Important information regarding Spring 2021

Due to the increasing numbers of students and faculty/staff who are in the Mercy College travel and exposure protocol led by our student health nurse Jennifer Barber, and our Incident Commander, Marc Adkins, the following plan of action is being implemented to continue to meet the needs of our students and faculty/staff with regard to everyone’s safety and well-being.

Effective Wednesday November 18, 2020 all classes will be moved to the virtual/remote/digital-mediated learning environment. Tuesday, November 17, 2020 will be the last day of on-campus activities.

The remaining days of the semester from December 7, 2020-December 16, 2020, the College will be open minimal hours due to the increasing COVID numbers. The hours will be Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00am-2:00pm. Students, faculty and staff should only be on campus for URGENT situations. Jefferson 6th floor will be the point of entry for students who need to study in the cubicles, use the computers, print papers, etc.

The College will be open with faculty/staff working remotely from Thursday, December 17, 2020 through Monday, January 4, 2021.

Youngstown will follow the same schedule as Toledo. Students will continue to follow the same guidelines for entering the Youngstown location. Please follow any instructions provided by faculty/staff.

Thank you for all you have done to keep the College a safe place during the last 15 weeks! We thank you also for being flexible as we move forward with the remaining days of the semester and into the new year!! We continue to be agile, dedicated and Mercy Strong!

As you prepare for the holidays, we ask that you continue to think of the health and well-being of your families and friends, your Mercy student colleagues, and Mercy College faculty/staff, and above all please remember to take care of yourself. This will be a difficult and challenging holiday season and we want to keep everyone safe and healthy. Many blessings to all as we enter the holiday season.

Thanks again.
Susan Wajert
President, Mercy College of Ohio

Offices via Remote Access

Please be reminded that all offices at the College are now working remotely and your questions will be answered in the timeliest manner possible. Everyone greatly appreciates your patience and understanding during these difficult times.

Please email the department that you need instead of calling. This will facilitate a faster response with all of the College offices. Department email addresses are:

Financial Aid -

Bursar’s Office -

Admission Office -

Library -

Mercy College Information Technology -

Accessibility Services -

Campus Life -

Clinical Compliance Background Checks -

Distance Education Department -

Food Pantry -

Student Affairs -

Student Records -

Student Success Center -

Testing Center -

Title IX -

If you have any questions, please use the “Ask a Question” form below. The Director of Communication is forwarding all questions to the appropriate faculty/staff member to get your questions answered in a timely manner.

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