This page serves as a hub for information pertaining to COVID-19, and the ways it impacts life and learning in the Sterling College community.
Sterling College is closely monitoring conditions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, in coordination with federal and state health and emergency response organizations. As new information becomes available, we will continue to provide updates for the Sterling Community.
With students returning and lambing season upon is, this is the perfect time for a community reminder regarding two-legged and four-legged visitors to the Sterling Farm and trail network.
Because of COVID-19, all Sterling buildings are closed to the public, this includes all barns. We ask that visitors to the outside spaces on campus (like the trails and paths on campus) follow our campus guidelines by wearing a mask at all times and maintaining social distancing. Canine companions should always be leashed on campus for everyone’s comfort and safety — this includes our livestock who can feel extra stress when it comes to unleashed dogs. The exception to this are working dogs overseen by farm staff. Thank you for being in community with us!
Resources for Students
Resources for Employees
For more information on state-specific management of COVID-19, please follow these links:
If you have any questions or concerns about the information on this page, please contact the Associate Dean of Student Life, Megan Banner Sutherland.