COVID-19 Prevention & Response Plan


July 14, 2020

Returning students and their families are invited to attend a series of live information sessions about the fall semester at Reed. During these sessions, Reed College leaders will discuss the college's plans for returning to campus and answer questions.

Health & Well-Being – Monday, July 20 at 4 p.m. PDT

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Moderator: Hugh Porter, vice president for college relations and planning

Carrie Baldwin-Sayre, associate dean of students for health and wellbeing
Timmie Rochon, director of medical services
April Sams, director of environmental health and safety

Financial Aid & Student Accounts – Tuesday, July 21 at 4 p.m. PDT

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Moderator: Milyon Trulove, vice president and dean of admission and financial aid

Invited Panelists:
Rob Tust, associate treasurer and controller
Sandy Sundstrom, director of financial aid
Sara Rosenberger, student accounts and student loan coordinator
Dawn Derry, payroll specialist

Academics & Classes  – Wednesday, July 22 at 12 p.m. PDT

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Moderator: Julie Maxfield, associate dean of students for academic life

Invited Panelists:
Suzy Renn, professor of biology
Mark Burford, associate professor of music
Nora McLaughlin, registrar
Julie Maxfield, associate dean of students for academic life
David Gruber, director of academic support

Off-Campus Housing Drop-In Advising Session

A webinar for Reed students on how to find off-campus housing will be posted to the Off-Campus Housing website on July 20. After viewing the recorded presentation, students can attend a drop-in off-campus advising session with Kiki Hawley ’16 on Thursday, July 23 between 4–5 p.m. To sign up for a slot please email Students with questions about off-campus housing who cannot attend this drop-in advising session can also email for direct assistance. There are designated Student Life staff available to answer student questions about off-campus living. Attendees are welcome to submit questions prior to the sessions. Reed’s COVID-19 prevention and response website includes comprehensive information about Reed's plans for the fall semester. Please check the website before submitting a question; it may be answered there.

Zoom is available at no cost to Reed students. Instructions on how to create your account and use the platform are available here. If you are in need of disability-related accommodations to participate in these events, please contact by July 16.

Very Sincerely,