COVID-19: Returning to Campus Plans and Updates

With the health, safety and well-being of all members of the Goshen College community, our broader community and the world being our highest priority, the college continues to closely monitor the risks of the COVID-19 pandemic to our students, faculty and staff. This website will be updated regularly to reflect new developments.

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Do you have COVID-19 symptoms, a positive test result or exposure to some who tested positive?

Whether you are a student or an employee, please use this form to notify the campus about your symptoms and condition (including COVID-19 test results, exposure to someone who tested positive, etc.). A campus advocate will be in touch with you as soon as possible about the next steps. Please remain in quarantine/isolation until you have spoken to your assigned advocate.

Fill out the COVID-19 Reporting Form

Goshen College’s Fall 2020 COVID-19 Plan: Fostering a Culture of Common Good, Kindness, Trust and Learning

  1. Introduction, by President Stoltzfus
  2. Goshen College COVID Pledge
  3. Prevention: Health and Safety
  4. What to Do If You Have COVID-19 Symptoms
  5. Academics
  6. Student Life
  7. Operations
  8. Employees and Their Workplace

Goshen College COVID-Related Policies and Guidance

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External Resources


  • Open Offices and Hours

    Consult for clarity about which offices are open to the public, how to schedule appointments and their hours of operation.

    COVID-19 testing site: There is a COVID-19 Mobile Testing Site on campus. It is run by Maple City Health Care Center and is located in the College Mennonite Church parking lot. It is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (last appointment at 4:45 p.m.) and closed 12-1 p.m. for lunch (no appointment required, 15 minutes for results, drive-in). For more information, contact: Maple City Health Care Center (574-534-3300,

    Contact our Pandemic Task Force (PTF)

    Contact us:

    Pandemic Task Force Members:

      • Dr. Gilberto Perez, Jr., vice president for student life (chair)
      • Kevin Miller, BSN, MPH, major gift officer (lead campus contact tracer and PTF coordinator)
      • Dr. Rebecca Stoltzfus, president
      • Jodi Beyeler, vice president for communication and people strategy
      • Dr. Beth Martin Birky, associate academic dean
      • Cynthia Good Kaufmann, interim director of facilities and director of events
      • Wesley Beck, a sophomore chemistry and secondary education major from Goshen
      • Eden George, a senior psychology major from Bangalore, India
      • Ronit Goswami, a junior exercise science major from Goshen
      • Katja Norton, a senior nursing major from Goshen