Here are some basic facts about what is happening at Tabor during this time:

  • There are no positive cases on campus at this time. 
  • Federal, state, and county mandates are respected and followed. 
  • All face-to-face courses are being delivered online for the remainder of the semester.
  • Students are not allowed to live on campus during this time except for rare exceptions that have been granted.
  • The physical campus is closed to guests and non-employee personnel.
  • All activities and events are cancelled for the remainder of the semester. 
  • All college sponsored travel is suspended until further notice.  We recommend the same for personal travel as well.
  • Meetings of 10 or more will be held virtually.  Meetings of 10 or less may be held on campus in the old chapel, Graduate Studies building, and offices.
  • Employees that desire to come to campus for work will be allowed to do so for the time being. Those wanting to work remotely should make arrangements with their supervisor for approval including the Vice President of their work area.
  • The locks on external doors have been changed to keep the campus safe.
  • Commencement is rescheduled for October 11 on the Sunday morning of Homecoming Weekend.  The President’s Party for the seniors and their families will be that Saturday evening. Degrees will be conferred in May and diplomas for graduating seniors will be mailed to them by June 1. 
  • Student Life is providing a coordinated, safe, and secure way for students to retrieve their belongings from the residence halls. Students are asked to respect the procedures Student Life is implementing. 
  • Tabor College will be providing refund options for unused room and board.  Details were communicated to students on March 23.  Questions about refunds should be directed to the Business Office.
  • The website, email, and phone will be our primary modes of communication.