The information regarding GC’s COVID-19 health and safety planning, schedules, recorded COVID cases on campus, and other resources can be found on this page.
We have researched and employed the most expert advice available and have adapted – and will continue to adapt – our guidelines as needed.
- COVID-19 can affect anyone. People of all ages can get COVID-19 — and many young people have died or developed serious health problems because of COVID-19.
- COVID-19 has a wide range of symptoms. Some people have cold-like symptoms — like coughing, running a fever, or feeling tired and achy. Other people have more serious symptoms, like having trouble breathing or thinking clearly. Researchers are working to find out why some people get sicker than others.
- People can spread COVID-19 without having any symptoms. Some people with COVID-19 feel totally fine. But even if you don’t feel sick, you can still spread the virus to other people.
- COVID-19 mainly spreads through the air. People with COVID-19 can spread the virus to other people around them when they talk, cough, sneeze, sing — or even just breathe.
- Some people develop long-term health problems from COVID-19 — called “long COVID.” Researchers are working to find out why this happens to some people who get COVID-19.
- You can get COVID-19 more than once. Researchers think that after you get COVID-19, you may have a short period of so-called “natural immunity” — but they’re not sure how long it lasts.
- Get vaccinated. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine has been known as the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, and is marketed as Comirnaty (koe-mir’-na-tee), for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 16 years of age and older.
Covid Questions – Ask Here
- Guilford County Health Department COVID-19 Testing & Vaccine
- Find My Vaccine Group
- Centers for Disease Control
- N.C. Dept. of Health & Human Services
- Federal HEERF Reporting
Federal CARES Act Quarterly Budget & Expenditures Reports
- Quarter 3 2020
- Quarter 4 2020
- Quarter 1 2021
- Quarter 2 2021
- Quarter 3 2021
- Quarter 4 2021
- Quarter 1 2022
- Quarter 2 2022
- Quarter 3 2022
- Quarter 4 2022
- Quarter 1 2023
- Quarter 2 2023
COVID-19 Vaccination Information
In accordance with CDC guidelines, Greensboro College recommends COVID-19 vaccination as a means for preventing and slowing community spread.
Find a vaccine here:
- NCDHHS Vaccine Locator
- CVS COVID vaccine appointments
- Walgreen’s COVID vaccine appointments
- Walmart Pharmacy COVID vaccine appointments
Want the Vaccine but cannot seem to get there, no car or friend that will take you? Reach out to us and we will see what we can do to help!
Questions about COVID-19?
Contact the Director of Student Health of Greensboro College:
Lauren Childrey RN BSN NCSN
Director of Student Health Greensboro College