Harvey Mudd’s Response to COVID-19

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Recently, President Maria Klawe released a message to the Harvey Mudd Community, updating the college’s response to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. As an office, we have been watching the national response and recommendations and have made decisions regarding our visitation policies and upcoming programming.

Effective Tuesday, March 10th, we will be cancelling all campus visits (tours, information sessions, overnights and interviews). The Office of Admission and Financial Aid will be closed to the public, and we encourage prospective students to learn more about the college through our blogs and our website. During this office closure, we will be available via email and over the phone. We also hope to provide opportunities to learn about Harvey Mudd through other virtual options, and will share them with you here:

For current applicants awaiting their admission decisions, we do not anticipate that the current changes will affect our ability to release our admission decisions as planned on Friday, March 13th at 6 PM PDT.

Given the recommendation to avoid large gatherings of people, we are cancelling both our on-campus President’s Scholars and Admitted Students Programs. In the coming weeks, we will be reaching out to our admitted students to let them know of multiple opportunities to connect with the Harvey Mudd community.

[Updated April 18, 2020]