Keeping Our Community Healthy

Epidemiological models and other institutions’ experiences show us that by opening the Berklee campus for instruction with implementation of robust safety protocols, we can effectively protect the safety of community members and keep our infection rate low.

We will maintain a public dashboard with the COVID-19 test results, to be updated daily. The dashboard will not include any individuals’ names or personal information; it will only show the number of positive cases in our community. 

Watch this video to learn what to expect for your ensembles, classroom setups, student lounges, cleaning protocols, and more:


Berklee's Health and Safety Campaign


We have developed a comprehensive health and safety campaign in accordance with guidance from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) and other trusted sources. Our goal is to ensure that our campus is as safe as possible for our community. Learn more about our efforts:

Learn more about other health-related topics, like student health insurance and immunizations.

WATCH: COVID-19 Campus Safety Overview

In this video, Christopher Kandus-Fisher, vice president of Student Affairs, Diversity and Inclusion, outlines Berklee's expectations for community members who will be on campus for the spring 2021 semester. The Student Government Association president, Christa Duggan, and vice president, Hallie Kaszas, also make a special appearance in the video.



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