The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education Continue to Operate as Scheduled
ACHE has extended the travel restriction until further notice. Faculty and staff will begin to return to work May 18 through June 1 with safety precautions in place as outlined in the President’s May 11, 2020 letter to faculty and staff. Students will be permitted on campus starting May 18 for essential business and with safety precautions in place as outlined in the President’s May 11, 2020 letter to students.
All persons visiting the ACHE campus will follow safety precautions while on campus and are strongly advised to review CDC guidance in considering their travels to campus.
Additionally, any student, faculty, staff traveling by air or to an area with a ‘shelter in place’ or ‘safe at home’ mandate by local authorities, will be required to self-isolate upon their return to the greater Fort Smith community.
Students arriving to campus for the start of the Fall 2020 academic year who are coming from areas where ‘hot spots’ exist or ‘shelter in place’ or similar restrictions exist are required to self-isolate for 14 days to ensure they are prepared to begin classes and new student orientation programming as scheduled.
ACHE will continually assess conditions with guidance from national and local authorities regarding campus and travel restrictions. There are no known cases of COVID-19 on campus. Please continue to visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and this website for updates.