CMA COVID Information

Thank you for your past cooperation, patience, and flexibility as we’ve worked together in making adjustments to safely continue music study, performance and teaching in the Moore Musical Arts Center. The CMA is happy to announce the return to full large and small ensemble operations in Fall 2022. Please follow the following guidelines to help us keep our learning community safe and healthy.

Dr. Bill Mathis
Dean, College of Musical Arts

CMA COVID Protocols

Fall 2022

Please refer to the BGSU COVID Response website for up-to-date information.

If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19

·      You should wear a high-quality mask for 10 days and get tested on day 5.

·      The CDC no longer recommends quarantining if you are exposed. This means that you can attend class as normal while wearing your mask.

If you test positive for COVID-19

·      Report your positive test to BGSU and Wood County here.

·      Isolate from others for at least 5 days.

·      If you had mild or asymptomatic COVID-19 and are fever-free after 5 days from testing positive and other symptoms are improving, you can end isolation and wear a high-quality mask through day 10.

·      If your fever or other symptoms persist, continue to isolate until they improve.

CMA ensemble rehearsals and lesson participation

·      If you have been exposed (singers, pianists, strings, percussionists)

o   Participate with masks on for the 10-day period (see above).

o   No other restrictions are required.

·      If you have been exposed (brass/woodwinds)

o   Participate with a slitted or customized mask for 5 days from exposure.  

After 5 days, get tested. If negative and no continuing symptoms, resume participation in ensembles and lessons, removing your mask to play and putting it back on when not playing for 5 additional days.

Updated: 08/24/2022 04:45PM