WEDNESDAY 11/11/2020 5:00 pm EST

Recent weather advisories project the path of Tropical Storm Eta to impact North Florida beginning early morning on Thursday, November 12 and continuing through the afternoon.  The safety of our students and employees is our top priority. As such, the St. Augustine campus facilities will be closed on Thursday, November 12. 

St. Augustine virtual classes and university operations will continue as scheduled.  Please contact your faculty advisor if you encounter any issues that prevent you from participating in virtual classes.

St. Augustine OT Schedule

On-campus labs scheduled for Thursday, November 12 will be rescheduled on Saturday, November 14.

St. Augustine PT Schedule

On-campus labs scheduled for Thursday, November 12 will be rescheduled on Monday, November 16. 

Future Updates:  At this point, virtual and on-campus operations continue as scheduled for Friday, November 13. Our Emergency Response Team is closely monitoring conditions and meeting to discuss plans for any additional changes in facilities and activities as the storm progresses.  Please monitor your email, our website, Facebook, and Twitter for any changes to scheduled events. We will also notify our campus community through the school messenger system (text message and phone call).

  • Students should register for school messenger by visiting and clicking 'Update Contact Info'. 
  • Faculty and staff should confirm that your emergency contact information is available and updated in DayForce to enable this communication channel:
  1. Login to Dayforce
  2. Click Profile & Settings under your name and title
  3. Add email and phone under the Contact Information section
  4. Add Emergency Contact Info in the appropriate section of the same page


MONDAY 11/9/2020 4:00 pm EST

Dear University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Miami Campus Community  ,

The University continues to monitor Tropical Storm Eta. Based on currently forecasted weather conditions in Miami, all on-campus labs and University operations will continue as planned at the Miami campus beginning Tuesday, November 10.   

All students, faculty and staff scheduled to be on-campus on Tuesday should plan to attend.  If you have any issues preventing you from reporting to campus, please contact either your faculty advisor or immediate supervisor to make alternative arrangements.

Attention All Students, Faculty, and Staff

A mask is required to enter campus, the entire time you are on campus, and as you leave campus.


To prepare for your arrival, please complete the following activities prior to your first day

  1. Review the USAHS Reentry video
  2. Complete your required COVID-19 Safety Training and Acknowledgement
  3. Complete your daily health screening

How to complete my Personal Health Screening

A mobile-friendly online form will be used for personal health screening which involves taking your temperature daily and answering questions related to COVID-19 symptoms and any potential exposure you may have had to the virus. Completing the personal health screening each day prior to your first day of return to campus is strongly recommended. After your first day of return to campus, the personal health screening will be required daily for the duration of the Fall Term or until you are no longer regularly coming to campus. COVID-19 diagnostic testing is not required for returning to campus.

With focus and determination, the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences continues its journey to create a more inclusive University environment for all faculty, students and staff. The University Chief Executive Officer and President reconstituted the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access (IDEA) Committee for action – to facilitate policies, guidelines, and programs that support the University’s commitment to developing exceptional practitioners where all students, faculty, and staff have a sense of belonging.

The IDEA Committee is excited about its progress and learnings to date. Visit here for some highlights.

For suspected exposure or presumed positive situations for faculty, staff and students who are currently reporting to campus, please contact or 855-GOUSAHS.

Use THIS procedure to report exposure to COVID-19 at clinical internships or fieldwork experiences.

FACULTY can find the Keep Teaching Plan online at:

STUDENTS can find the Keep Learning Plan online at this link.

Student Support Resources Guide CLICK HERE 

COVID-19 Student Financial Relief FAQs CLICK HERE

Extension granted from AHA for CPR certification. For providers whose cards have expired due to inability to complete training during the COVID-19 outbreak, the AHA will allow the Instructor to provide remediation during update courses. For a copy of the form click here: