For Current Students
Updated: August 29, 2022
Dominican University will continue to align with masking guidelines from the CDC. We recommend that masks be worn in indoor spaces throughout campus, particularly in situations where distancing is not possible and when community transmission levels are elevated. Additionally, the university encourages members of our community to wear masks if that increases their level of comfort on campus.
For the health and safety of all, and in accordance with guidance from the Cook County Department of Public Health,we will continue to monitor the recommendations of the CDC, and as situations change, we will re-evaluate our requirements.
- The COVID-19 vaccination is required. Please upload your vaccination card to comply with the University Immunization and Vaccination policy.
- Masks are still required in some spaces on campus, including the University's Wellness Center.
- Report any positive test results or exposures on the COVID Tracker.
- The COVID Dashboard will be updated weekly, but not sent out via email; you can find it online here.
We ask that as a community, we continue to respect and support the needs of others during this time. We will remain committed to treating everyone in our campus community with fairness, kindness and respect as we all collectively uphold the Caritas Commitment.
Updated: June 9, 2022
While we continue to monitor the health of our university community and strive to create as safe an environment as possible, we have been able to achieve a mix of course modalities (face-to-face, hybrid, online) that better supports student success in relation to learning goals and outcomes of particular programs and courses. In addition, we are doing our best to be responsive to increasing student preference for choice and flexibility. As a result, the percentage of face-to-face and hybrid courses has increased, especially at the undergraduate level, from what it was a few semesters ago. However, many options remain available for students who prefer online, or a combination of modalities in the semester.
|F2F - Face-to-Face||Scheduled on campus at set meeting times.|
|HYB - Hybrid||Course will include a combination of online activities and on-campus meeting times.|
|OSM - Online with fixed class meeting times||Course will have one or more scheduled online meetings; no campus attendance required.|
|OWM - Online with fixed class meeting times||Course will have no fixed scheduled class meeting times; no campus attendance required; consult syllabus for specific requirements.|
|ARR||Time and setting to be arranged by instructor and student.|
|HFX - Hi-Flex||Students may attend face-to-face or at synchronous online times throughout the semester. Consult syllabus for specific requirements.|
Next Steps for Support
We know that for some students, face-to-face courses are a priority while for others, online is preferred, and many prefer a mix. We are striving to create a university environment that is as responsive as possible to students’ needs.
Please go to MyDU and check your fall schedule once you are registered. Reach out to your faculty members to ask about your courses. If you wish to make changes to your schedule, contact your academic advisor or the Office of Advising & First-Year Experience, where Advising Peer LEADers are available from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday for drop-in appointments.
- Join online: https://dom.zoom.us/j/2167974902
- Log in to Zoom and enter meeting ID: 216 797 4902
For those who may have other needs in relation to your fall courses, please fill out the Star Assistance Form on MyDU to receive guidance on potential accommodations, or for support in developing practical ways to safely engage in classes.
Fall 2022 Scheduling Information
Course scheduling information for Fall 2022 is available on MyDU at Course Search.
Graduate students in the School of Education, the School of Social Work, and the Borra College of Health Sciences are required to connect with their advisors prior to registering for classes.
Undergraduate Students (including post-baccalaureate students in nutrition and pre-medical studies)
Undergraduate students are required to connect with their advisors prior to registering for classes in order to be cleared. Digital registration forms (for those unable to register through MyDU) can be found here.
The academic calendars for 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 can be viewed here.
For more information about the Fall 2022 semester, contact Mark Carbonara, Director of Advising & First-Year Experience; Kelly Simmons, University Registrar; or Victoria Spivak, Assistant Vice President for Student Enrollment Services.