Submit an application to determine your eligibility for funds provided through the COVID-19 Federal CARES Act Emergency Grant.
Application for Barton students only.
Application Closed: All Federal Funds Have Been Allocated.
To contact the Student Health Center with COVID-related questions or if you need to report COVID-19 symptoms, please call 252-668-0858. This phone number is monitored from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. (Please also continue to review the reminder information listed on this page regarding COVID-19 symptoms and prevention measures.)
For the 2020-2021 academic year, Barton College will use Magnus Health to assist students in completing a COVID-19 self-screening assessment each morning prior to participating in campus activities. The Magnus Mobile app allows students to complete this easily from a smartphone in just a few clicks. This screening process will help the College to maintain a safe environment for our campus community by avoiding screenings at the door where person-to-person transmissions could take place. (Students have received an email to guide them with installation of this app.)
At the completion of the quick survey each morning, students will receive a message for their attendance instruction for that day. The app will indicate whether the student is cleared to go to classes, or whether the student needs to check in with the Student Health Center first.
Questions? For any technical issues with the mobile app such as login problems, or problems completing the screening, please contact customer support at Magnus Health SMR by phone at 877-461-6831 or by email at email@example.com. Also, please feel free to consult the Magnus Health Privacy and Security page at www.magnushealth.com/privacy-and-security/.
We are pleased to provide this resource, which can help students monitor their health.
Jennifer M High MSN, RN
Executive Director of Student Health Services
Students should contact Dr. Joe Dlugos, Dean of Student Life, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 252-399-6366 with any questions regarding Barton College's response to the Coronavirus.
For information about how to treat work absences associated with COVID-19, please see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) sheet located under the Employee Info tab on Campus Connect. Should there be specific employee situations that need further consideration, please bring them to the attention of Vicky Morris, Assistant Vice President for Human Resources, at email@example.com.
Please contact your healthcare provider if you have COVID-19 symptoms. Should you need to contact the Student Health Center with COVID-related questions, please call 252-668-0858. This phone number is monitored from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. (Please also continue to review the reminder information listed on this page regarding COVID-19 symptoms and prevention measures.)
Employees should contact Vicky Morris, Assistant Vice President for Human Resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding Barton College's response to the Coronavirus.
Here are some tips to help students and employees cope in healthy ways:
Barton College is committed to providing resources to all students and families to ensure emotional well-being, healthy living, and wellness in all aspects of one’s life. Thus, we are pleased to inform you of a Crisis CHAT line that is available for all employees, students, parents, family, and friends.
The Crisis CHAT offers online emotional support 24 hours a day. Trained chat specialists are available to assist individuals who are depressed, going through a hard time, need to talk, or are having thoughts of hurting themselves. Any life issues may be discussed utilizing the Crisis CHAT line. The goal of Integrated Family Services’ Crisis CHAT line is to help you and others reduce stress and feel empowered to make healthy decisions.
To utilize this free service, simply go to www.integratedfamilyservices.net and click the “chat with us” icon at the top of the page.
Patients with COVID-19 have reportedly had mild to severe respiratory illness. Symptom can include:
Symptoms may appear 2 - 14 days after exposure. Seek medical advice if you develop symptoms and have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19 or if you live in or have recently been in an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19.
Information from www.cdc.gov/covid19-symptoms
You can help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses with these actions:
Information from www.cdc.gov/covid19