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Emergency Response

Emergency Response

Messiah University responds to COVID-19

COVID-19 resource graphicMessiah University continues to monitor and respond to the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure the safety of our students and campus community. Please visit these links for the most recent updates and resources.

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Support Messiah students during the COVID crisis

Many Messiah supporters and friends have asked how they can help us in addition to providing ongoing prayer support. There are two funds that are of particular importance right now as we seek to navigate this crisis. We are deeply grateful if you would consider making a gift at this time.

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CARES Act Funding at Messiah

Learn more about Messiah University's allocation of CARES Act funding relief for students.
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As a Christian college, Messiah has a responsibility to respond to a crisis situation in a way that reflects our faith commitment and our care for one another as a Christian community. Messiah University is committed to act responsibly with integrity in a crisis with evident preparedness, compassion and honesty.

The safety and well-being of our students and employees are of highest priority to Messiah University. To ensure this priority, the University recruits and trains a campus task force of administrators, faculty and staff to facilitate calm, quick and effective responses during emergency situations. In conjunction with local, state and federal authorities, the University’s Crisis Management Team is prepared to respond quickly and appropriately in times of emergency.

Everyone on campus plays a role in providing a safe environment for all who live, work, study and visit here. Join us in being vigilant and responsible by familiarizing yourself with your particular role in the University’s emergency response plans and understanding how Messiah University will communicate with you in a crisis.

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