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Spring Hill Helps With Hurricane Ida Relief

Spring Hill College welcomes students from Loyola University amidst Hurricane Ida’s destructive impact on the city of New Orleans. The students will be staying here for the upcoming weeks as Spring Hill College continues to aid the university in a...

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SHC Encourages Vaccinations

Gov. Kay Ivey signed a law which banned vaccine passports in the state of Alabama on May 23, 2021. According to AP News, this bill also includes “language saying universities cannot require students to have vaccines developed after Jan.1, 2021.” ...

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SHC Plans With Interim Co-Provosts

President Joseph Lee announced that Steven Almquist, PhD and Lisa Hagar, PhD have been appointed as the interim co-Provosts for the 2020-2021 academic year. Following Marc Manganaro, PhD, who served as the schools interim provost last year.  “Drs...

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Special Software Required for Exams

With fall exams around the corner, many professors are requiring students to use lockdown browsers.  As part of Spring Hill College’s plan to combat large numbers of COVID-19 cases, they are asking students to stay at home after Thanksgiving brea...

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SHC's Spring Plans for Handling COVID

In 2020, the world experienced the COVID-19 pandemic. Many colleges and universities have reacted to this pandemic in a variety of ways. The Spring Hill College Vice President of Student Affairs, Kevin Abel, recently sat down and spoke of what he ...

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