H1N1 Campus Communications

Campus Communications

As the H1N1 virus infection continues to be a concern, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that everyone take the appropriate health precautions.

American University’s Emergency Response Team and the university president’s cabinet have established guidelines to help the university community respond in the event of a pandemic outbreak. They also continue to monitor all recommendations and updates provided by national, state, and local health agencies to keep the community informed.

H1N1 Campus Memos & Info

November 25 - Read the memo from Dan Bruey in the Student Health Center and Beth Muha in Human Resources about the next H1N1 vaccine clinic on campus.

November 23 - Read the story about the H1N1 vaccination clinic on Friday, November 20.

November 19 - Read the update from Dan Bruey in the Student Health Center and Beth Muha in Human Resources about H1N1 vaccine availability on campus.

November 18 - Read the memo from Dan Bruey in the Student Health Center and Beth Muha in Human Resources about the H1N1 vaccine availability on campus.

September 22 - For staff, read the news about the university's flu leave bank to assist employees who don't have enough sick leave to stay home.

September 3 - Read the memo from Pat Kelshian in Risk Management about campus planning and response for H1N1 influenza this school year.

August 28 - Read the memo from President Neil Kerwin about monitoring H1N1 during the school year as flu cases are expected to increase.

July 10 - Read the statement from Pat Kelshian in Risk Management about tracking cases and absenteeism.

June 18 - Read the statement from Dan Bruey in the Student Health Center about an H1N1 influenza case and what you can do to protect yourself.

April 29 - Read the memo from President Neil Kerwin on how this situation may affect the AU community.