A variety of educational resources and trainings designed to keep the JMU community safe are planned for students. These trainings, developed by a team including members from Student Affairs, the UHC, Talent Development and Communications, include online opportunities for learning that students can access prior to campus reopening, in-person education that will be peer-delivered during orientation and an ongoing marketing campaign reminding the JMU community to practice behaviors that ensure our safety as much as possible and mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

Currently available training online includes:

  • Mask Usage: This training video addresses the appropriate use of masks, with content
    informed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Also available is a handout that can
    be posted in residence halls and other campus buildings.
  • Anti-stigma Training: This eLearning module focuses on avoiding stigma associated
    with COVID-19, with content informed by the World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF
    and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). Also
    available is a handout that can be distributed or posted.

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