Home: COVID-19

This site provides Bryant University students, families, and employees with a hub for information and resources regarding the University’s rapidly evolving response to the COVID-19 virus pandemic. We encourage you to return to this site regularly to check for updated information regarding the University’s incremental response to the threats posed by this global health crisis.

Additional information can be found at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 website.

Consistent with universities across the region and around the world, we are monitoring the potential impact on our community and taking action to ensure the safety of the Bryant University community and the continuity of our educational experience. To mitigate the future risk of virus on campus, all classes will be held online from Tuesday, March 17, through Friday, April 17.

We also share some alerts and updates on the University’s official Twitter and Facebook accounts. Please follow us.

LATEST POSTS

  • Facts related to employee’s positive coronavirus test
    We have learned that a Bryant employee has tested positive for the coronavirus. The employee’s test was administered on Monday, April 6 and we learned the results of the test yesterday.  Below are the important facts related to this case.  This employee last worked at Bryant during the … Read more
  • Withdrawal date extended
    The last date for a student to submit a request for a withdrawal “W” grade has been extended from Friday, April 3, to Friday, May 1, the last day of classes and before the final exam schedule begins on Monday, May 4.  The Registrar’s office has created a … Read more
  • Transition from Gulski to Salmanson for faculty/staff
    With the very limited number of faculty and staff on campus and frequenting the Gulski Dining Room, the following changes will be effective Monday, April 6: Coffee will be available in Gulski from 7:30-11 a.m. A limited assortment of baked goods and cereal will be available for purchase during … Read more