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Town Hall Notice

View a recording and presentation of our Jan. 7 town hall session regarding Berry's spring semester plan.





All students returning to campus on or after Jan. 9 will be required to show a negative PCR test for COVID that was taken within 3 - 5 days of arrival.

COVID-19 Available Resources:

Be sure to ask for a PCR test when making your testing arrangements.

  • Local public health department resources
  • For example, in Georgia you can access all county and regional resources at
  • Urgent Care facilities in your area
  • Walgreen’s and CVS Drug Stores
  • Some local physicians

Please plan ahead. Urgent Care, your local physician, Walgreen’s and CVS require a testing appointment made in advance. Test results may take 3-5 days depending on the time of day you take your test and the demand levels at the lab.

Typically, there is no charge for testing through departments of public health. Urgent Care, Walgreen’s, CVS and your local physician will work with you to bill your insurance for your test.

If you are having difficulty in locating a resource in your area, please call the Berry Health and Wellness Center (706.236.2267) and a staff member will be happy to assist you.

Spring Move-in Schedule
Early returns: Jan. 9-15 – as approved
All other students: Jan. 16-18
Jan. 18: MLK Day with campus events
Jan. 19: First day of classes

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