Defending Our Den: “But still try, for who knows what is possible.”

Mark Schneider, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of the College and leader of the COVID-19 Virus Taskforce, shares the strategy used the fall semester and how we kept our students, faculty and staff safe. The extraordinary measures undertaken by the college have required significant resources, and many students and their families have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

Please consider supporting Ursinus with a gift to the Annual Fund today, which offers the flexibility for the college to respond to the most pressing needs of our students and campus community, including financial aid, academic programming, our COVID-19 response and more. Give online at Ursinus.edu/giving2ucday. #Giving2UCday

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