AIHC School of Biblical Studies Update Plans for In-Person Classes
AIHC School of Biblical Studies is committed to providing a safe learning environment for its community. To that end, the faculty and staff will continue to monitor the COVID positivity rates in the city, state, and across the country. It is our priority to keep our students, faculty, and staff safe at all times.
AIHC-SBS COVID-19 Task-Force Plan: In-Person Classes
All individuals, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear masks on the school's campus. Masks must remain on during the entire class period.
School personnel will be available to take temperatures and distribute masks to anyone who needs one upon entry into the school facility.
Anyone's temperature 100.4 F or greater will be asked to isolate in a special room until further instruction is provided from school personnel.
Options for Instructors/Presenters
Vaccinated instructors may choose to remove their masks as long as they maintain a 12-foot distance from all others in the classroom while unmasked. Unvaccinated instructors or presenters must wear a mask during lecture.
We highly advised testing for anyone who may experience symptoms or has come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. We asked that you inform the staff (Dean) of your test results so the school can proactively take precautionary steps to keep everyone safe. Also, we ask that you follow the CDC guidelines for quarantine and isolation.
Free testing is available for everyone regardless of insurance. Please check out the different testing sites in Shelby County. https://www.shelby.community/covid-19-testing/
AIHC School of Biblical Studies recommends all students, faculty, and staff to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Covid-19 Vaccination helps protects adults and children 5 years and older from severe illness as well as protecting those around them.
COVID-19 Vaccine Site:
COVID 19 Boosters are available and serves to provide and restore protection against newer variants.