Jan. 17, 2022

The Douglas County Health Director has issued a temporary emergency mask mandate for the City of Omaha and the mandate will require employees and students using the Lozier Center to wear a face mask while inside the facility.

The mandate requires everyone age 5 and over to wear masks over their noses and their mouths in indoor public spaces in the City of Omaha. Faculty and staff who work in the Lozier Center and students participating in face-to-face classes in Lozier must wear a mask in public spaces like hallways and classrooms. Staff and faculty may remove their mask while working in a private office or workspace.

July 30, 2021

Students and employees can get a COVID-19 vaccination on campus during BRUIN WEEK. Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccinations will be provided free of charge by CHI Hospital and the Sarpy-Cass County Health Department.

Vaccinations will be offered at the Marge H. Durham Student Center on the Bellevue campus on:

Tuesday, Aug. 31, 4:30-7 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 1, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Students under the age of 19 must have a parent/guardian physically present to authorize the vaccination.

Contact studentlife@bellevue.edu if you have questions about these vaccination events.

July 28, 2021

Bellevue University resumes normal campus operations on August 1, 2021.

This means the Bellevue main campus and the Lozier campus will be open to faculty, staff, students, visitors, campus guests and campus contractors. All classrooms, laboratories, and other spaces on campus will be open for usage at full capacity.

If you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you are not required to wear a face covering on our Bellevue and Lozier campuses. However, if you would feel more comfortable wearing a face covering on campus, please continue to do so.

If you have not been vaccinated, you should continue to wear a face covering to protect yourself, your family and vulnerable members of the Bellevue University community.

February 23, 2021

Bellevue University has updated its event guidelines and the new guidelines go into effect March 1, 2021. University-sponsored events and limited community group events will be held on campus starting on this date. All events are expect to follow recommended COVID-19 guidelines (masks, distancing, frequent cleaning of surfaces and washing/sanitizing of hands. See the specific parameters that have been established regarding events and space reservations on the FAQ page or contact EventsSupport@Bellevue.edu for more information.