Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information



Messages to the Community

Return-to-Work-July-19-Town-Hall-FAQ

Stimulus Payment Disbursement-May 28, 2020

Reopening Communication - May 18, 2020 

COVID-19 Reductions - May16, 2020 

COVID Personnel FAQ - May 16, 2020 

Job Search Letter - May 7, 2020

Insurance FAQs-May 1, 2020 

Re-Open Statement-April 28, 2020 


Central State To Conduct Historic
2020 Virtual Commencement
April 27, 2020


President's Message-April 17, 2020


Title IX FAQs-April 22, 2020 


State of Ohio-University Stakeholders 


We're All In This Together
Schoology Instructions and Other Resources


Thurgood Marshall College Fund 


Families First Coronavirus Relief Act
General Description 
FAQs 
Request Form 


Wellfleet International Coverage 


By Order of Gov. DeWine


Frequently Asked Questions FAQs

Central State University Remote Access Home / Work


President's Message-April 3, 2020 


NAA Announcement-March 30, 2020 


Commencement Announcement-March 23, 2020 


Provost's Message-March 18, 2020 


President's Message-March 18, 2020 


President's Message-March 16, 2020


Building Closures-March 16, 2020


President's Message-March 10, 2020


Free COVID-19 Services for
CSU Faculty & Staff with
AETNA Insurance Through 4/17



covid-19 dashboard

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

What You Need to Know:

A significant viral outbreak of a new type of Coronavirus named “2019 Novel Coronavirus” or “COVID-19” is affecting a large number of countries around the world, including the United States.


At this time, there have been confirmed cases in Ohio and Gov. DeWine has declared a state of emergency.


The risk is significant, which is why the governor has closed many businesses, and we have a stay at home order.


As a precaution, in keeping with CDC recommendations, Central State University has canceled our study abroad program in Italy this semester.


The Health and Wellness Center is available to give guidance but cannot diagnose and treat COVID-19. The mainstay of treatment is self-care. Those who are significantly ill should seek care at a hospital or specially set up treatment center (call ahead first, if feasible)


For information on the international outbreak, follow:

World Health Organization Situation Report

CDC Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Situation Summary

Greene County Public Health



What Can You Do?


Practicing the following routine hygiene is the best way to prevent the spread of infection:


Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough.


Wash your hands with soap and water or use alcohol hand rub regularly, especially after coughing or sneezing.


Avoid close contact with people who are sick.


Anyone who is ill should keep a safe distance (at least 3 feet) from others to reduce the risk of transmitting germs.


Stay home if you don’t feel well. If you’re seriously ill, seek medical advice from a health care provider or emergency department.


All other inquires should be directed to the Health and Wellness Center at 937-376-6134.