Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center


Paine College's goal has always been to provide students with transformational educational experiences while preparing them to change the world!  Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has changed some of the College's operational procedures, our mission remains the same and that is to provide our students with access to a high-quality educational experience.  Paine College's instruction will be remote delivery for fall 2020 semester.  All plans remain contingent upon the continued reduction in the spread of COVID-19 and the continuous use of protocols needed to mitigate, observe, and contain any health risks to the Paine Community.

Paine College's Campus remote delivery of instruction adheres to the Center of Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for Higher Education Institutions and the Georgia Department of Public Health (GDPH).  A climate of adherence to sound public health principles among students, faculty, staff, and other constituencies will be maintained to ensure that our COVID-19 Campus Preparedness Plan remains consistent with the guidance set forth by the CDC and the GDPH. 

Paine uses five institutional domains (Health and Safety, Facilities, Academics, Campus Life, and Faculty and Staff) to highlight the College's preparedness and responsiveness to reopening during COVID-19.

Please click here to browse the COVID-19 Campus Preparedness Plan

Paine College COVID-19 Self-Monitoring and Triage Forms

Paine College Waives Standardized Tests for First-time Freshmen Due to COVID-19

April 20, 2020


Paine College Continues to Deliver Classes in Remote Environment

April 21, 2020

Staging Enabled