May 26, 2020
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Huntingdon Establishes Campus Health and Wellness Task Force
Montgomery, Ala.—Huntingdon College President J. Cameron West announced today the formation of a Campus Health and Wellness Task Force as the College continues preparations for the beginning of in-class instruction on August 10.
“Huntingdon is committed to maintaining our tradition of providing a unique, residential liberal arts experience for students from diverse backgrounds,” stated West. “Our small size gives us an advantage in creating an environment that promotes the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, coaches, and the public with whom we interact.”
The Campus Health and Wellness Task Force includes representatives from across the institution and is co-chaired by Nyree Conville, Huntingdon’s Director of Institutional Health, and Jay Dorman, the Senior Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness, Planning and Administration.
“As we have seen throughout the last few months, there is no shortage of information, opinions and guidance related to the COVID-19 pandemic,” West noted. “Throughout the summer and continuing into the academic year, the task force will engage in an ongoing review of state and federal public health guidelines, consult with institutional medical partners, and consider and implement health and wellness policies and protocols appropriate for the Huntingdon community.”