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Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Like so many across the nation and beyond, we at the University of Providence have been monitoring the spread of the coronavirus.

Our goal is to provide clear, concise and timely information to students, faculty, staff, families on what UP is doing to protect our community.

The information provided on this website is not intended to be all-encompassing and should not be considered medical or legal advice. We encourage proper hygiene and health precautions, but we urge you to consult with a relevant expert for guidance specific to your circumstances.

UP COVID-19 Readiness and Resources

INTRODUCTION & COMMITMENT

The University of Providence is committed to providing a safe environment in which the entire UP community can learn, work, and live. This commitment touches virtually every facet of the university’s life, from the individual classroom, to recognizing the institution’s obligations to do what we can to help assure the safety of the wider Great Falls community in which we live and work.

Under the leadership of our President, the Very Reverend Father Oliver J. Doyle, and guided by both the Board of Trustees and the President’s COVID-19 Taskforce, the University of Providence continues to meet regularly to adjust on-going mitigation efforts as needed based on the circumstances of the pandemic, at any given point in time.  Planning for the safe on-going campus operations is informed by the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), our local Cascade City-County Health Department (CCHD), and the directives of the Montana Governor’s Office.

The quick link sections to the left, outline the over 80 pages of our campus Emergency Opening Plan (EOP) into a more navigable structure for exploring and reference. To see the full EOP report, click here.

COVID-19 Case Count Reporting

Active Cases

The University of Providence currently has 1 new, laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 case and 6 active case as of September 17, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.

Please note:

  • Active cases are defined as laboratory-confirmed, for individuals who are employees or students of the University of Providence, who are accessing campus facilities
  • Our numbers reflect active cases reported to the University
  • Numbers reflect faculty, staff, and students
  • All individuals have received guidance and assistance regarding proper isolation protocols and are in contact with health care professionals
  • Cascade City County Health is conducting contact tracing for any individual who is identified as a close contact
  • Due to federal regulations, we will not be providing any information beyond the number of new, active, and recovered cases
  • Since September 1, 2021 a total of  4 cases have recovered.
  • Between September 1, 2020 – August 31, 2021 a total of 58 cases have recovered.

Additional Resources

Coronavirus Task Force Members
  • Beffert, Brad
  • Berg, Lindsay
  • Budeski, Brittany
  • Carranza, Kylie
  • Cole, Trudi
  • Doyle, Oliver
  • Duda, Arunas
  • Estrada, Nicolas
  • Gantt, Dave
  • Gretch, James
  • Hoppe, Anna
  • Lyons, Frankie
  • Nguh, Jonas
  • Redinger, Matthew
  • Schang, Colton
  • Stick, Mackenzie
University Contact information
Together as Argos Pledge

The Together as Argos Pledge allows residential and commuter students, as well as faculty and staff, the opportunity to acknowledge responsibilities associated with being a member of the University of Providence campus community in the age of COVID-19.

Employee Pledge

Student Pledge

 

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