JMU hired ARCpoint Labs to conduct mandatory COVID-19 surveillance testing for on-campus students which started Oct.5.
JMU is offering new parking pass options in light of students returning to campus.
The majority of respondents to The Breeze's survey expressed dissatisfaction with how JMU leadership has handled COVID-19. Find out more about the survey's overall response and what the JMU community wants the university to focus on going forward.
The University Health Center is now offering rapid COVID-19 tests for students.
As countless JMU students experience the pandemic from the inside of their off-campus housing, these complexes have made changes to protect their residents.
New JMU class focuses on the various aspects COVID-19 has had on chemistry, health, history, philosophy and WRTC.
In an attempt to secure more quarantine space, JMU has collaborated with local hotels to house sick students.
Local Harrisonburg churches change their services during COVID-19 by offering virtual services from home.
With all the off-campus housing Harrisonburg has to offer, it can be difficult for students know where to start in their search for an off-campus apartment. Check out the complexes and neighborhoods Harrisonburg broken down by prices and amenities.
JMU told faculty members through email Wednesday morning that the university is facing a budget shortfall of over $30 million.
Following a Board of Visitors meeting, the JMU community is split on whether the university should resume in-person classes on Oct.5.
Professors discuss the challenges with transitioning back to in-person classes on Oct.5.
A local public school reopened this week after temporary closing because a staff member contracted the coronavirus.
At Tuesday's city council meeting, there were various updates concerning the city's response and JMU's response to COVID-19.
The Board of Visitors met yesterday to discuss JMU's return to in-person instruction Oct. 5, the elimination of fall break and the university's new task force dedicated to systemic change.
Student organizations have faced obstacles recruiting new members during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some organizations have attempted recruitment online, while some are postponing completely.
After JMU's temporary closure because of COVID-19, the Director of Communications for the City of Harrisonburg and a local business owner evaluated the effects of the pandemic.
JMU discussed plans for potential re-opening on Oct. 5 after announcing Sept. 1 that the university will transition to online-only learnng.
The Board of Visitors announced that “public comment will not be received” at its Friday meeting.
The Counseling Center has made operational changes due to the coronavirus.
Dining halls adopt new safety regulations in light of COVID-19.
Students who live on campus are filing for exemptions to stay on campus for the next four weeks.
Regal Cinemas has updated their safety regulations to accomodate guests during the coronavirus.
Harrisonburg has hit a record high of 143 new coronavirus cases in one day.