COVID-19: This Quarter at Kellogg

The health and well-being of our community is Kellogg's top priority. We continue to follow federal and state guidance, along with decisions made by Northwestern University.

  • Current Kellogg students, faculty and staff should continue to use their internal resources for ongoing communication
  • All interviews for prospective students will be held virtually until further notice

请参考 Northwestern University’s COVID site first for health and safety policies.

Precautions and protocols are in place to ensure the health and safety for the Kellogg community. These protocols include an indoor mask policy, testing strategy for symptomatic individuals and asymptomatic unvaccinated individuals, procedures for positive cases and contact tracing, and enhanced cleaning in all our spaces.

Also starting in Fall Quarter 2021, Northwestern University will require COVID-19 vaccination for all students. More information can be found at Northwestern Vaccination Requirements 常见问题解答.

Being together on campus means a steadfast commitment from each of us to safeguard our own health and that of those around us. All community members are expected to regularly monitor their personal health status and notify the University if they have a positive COVID-19 diagnosis or exposure.

Kellogg's classes are in-person. Based on positive feedback and outcomes during the pandemic, some select classes will remain in remote or hybrid modalities. These plans are always subject to shifting public health guidance.
If you are a prospective student, we encourage you to browse the many options for bringing the Kellogg community to you and sign up for an admissions event. If you are visiting the 全球中心, please ask the front desk for the self-guided tour information.

Coronavirus/Covid-19 Update

Visit the NU Coronavirus Page for university-wide decisions, including campus updates and community health measures.

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