The plan for the spring semester was based on projected COVID-19 caseloads, flu predictions for the coming months, and the possibility of safely accommodating more students on campus. (Updated March 2, 2021.)

Please see the Emory Forward website for the most recent information about our spring 2021 plans. Please check our site regularly as we will continue to feature Oxford-specific updates and details as soon as that information becomes available.

Spring 2021 Update

Classes will end on May 3 and exams will conclude by May 14. To accommodate this expedited schedule, there will be no spring break this year.

With this change for spring break, please know we have heard requests for additional mental health offerings and have added and will add additional resources and services for all members of our community.

Continued Resources for Studying Remotely

For those of you who will continue learning away from campus in the spring, we want to remind you of your continued access virtually to campus resources, including

Oxford Student Health Services and the Office of Counseling and Career Services are also available to you, and there are expanded physical and mental health options available through Emory Student Telehealth provided by TimelyMD, which provides services well beyond the traditional business hours to help meet all our students' needs.

Academic Support for COVID-19

  • If Student Health Services diagnoses you with COVID-19 and you are put into isolation, or if you have been told to go into quarantine (as a result of contact tracing), the isolation and quarantine coordinator will fill in the Student of Concern Form. This will send information directly to your academic support office who will reach out to you.
  • If you have tested positive for COVID-19 somewhere other than SHS, make sure you notify Student Health through the Oxford patient portal and notify one of your school Covid Academic Liaisons, who are Lauren Braun ( and Ian Jesse ( so that you can get all the academic support you need.

Even if you do not think that you need support, it is really important that you keep in close contact with your advisor. You can reach out to the Covid Academic Liaisons or to the Advising Support Center (log in required). 

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Academic Calendars

View the updated spring 2021 calendar