Pandemic Response Planning

Summer 2022

Check here for the latest Pandemic Response Team updates

As demonstrated over the past two years, our Pandemic Response Team will remain alert to changing circumstances, will apply any needed modifications to campus life, and will observe guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and the Illinois and Chicago Departments of Public Health as required.

Please reach out to feedback@northpark.edu if you have specific questions or concerns.

Current Chicago Covid-19 Risk Level

High

The Chicago Department of Public Health’s (CDPH) COVID-19 risk level is currently at HIGH. At this time, CDPH recommends staying up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, wearing a face mask in indoor public settings, getting tested if you have symptoms, and talking to your healthcare provider about other precautions if you are at high risk for severe illness. For more information, please visit Chicago’s community risk level page listed below.

University Resources

Resources from Health Authorities

Use this list of resources to stay informed as major health organizations monitor and respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The World Health Organization

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Illinois Department of Public Health

The Chicago Department of Public Health

Sign Up for Campus Alerts

North Park uses a campus alert communications system, Blackboard, to immediately inform the campus community of emergency situations. To ensure that you receive these updates, follow these instructions to sign up or update your campus alert information.

How to Sign Up

Still Have Questions?

For questions regarding COVID-19 and North Park University’s response to the outbreak, please email feedback@northpark.edu.

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