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Small business spotlight: Justin Harrison ’96
Tuesday, May 2, 2023
Justin Harrison ’96, entrepreneur and owner of Just In Thyme Catering & Events in Gibsonia, Pa., used lessons learned from his time at Westminster throughout his life, including persisting through the storm of the pandemic to sustain his food business. In the Q&A below, learn more about his life following his time at Westminster, his leaps of faith, and the experiences gained along the way.
COVID-19 preparations for fall 2021
Thursday, July 15, 2021
July is halfway over, which is a signal that the academic year is quickly approaching. We hope you’ve been enjoying a fun, renewing, and productive summer. Westminster College will be returning to fully in-person instruction for the 2021-2022 academic year, and we are strongly encouraging vaccination. This position has not changed, and the policies you can expect for fall will reflect this position. Faculty and staff have spent the summer preparing for in-person classes and services, and we are not planning for remote or hybrid learning at the level you experienced last year. We are committed to providing you with a safe living and learning environment. In fact, nearly 70% of employees have been vaccinated and this number is increasing daily.
Reentry Testing & Quiet Phase Conclude
Thursday, January 21, 2021
At this time, we have completed the College’s Reentry Testing process. Over 1300 tests were administered with a positivity rate of 1%. An additional 10 positive cases were identified through our pre-arrival testing requirement for students. Pre-arrival tests were conducted at home prior to students’ return, so these numbers will not be included in our dashboard statistics. Read more
Beginning Friday, January 22, the Reentry Quiet Phase will conclude and normal activity that complies with the College’s pandemic plan and our mitigation strategies may resume.
Now we will move into our surveillance testing protocols. A detailed email is forthcoming.
Please be reminded to conduct daily health checks, wash your hands regularly, wear your mask, and remain physically distanced from others. May we, as a College community, remain healthy, well, and committed to working together toward a successful semester.