SUNY Fredonia Students Suspended For Allegedly Violating COVID-19 Regulations

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FREDONIA – More than a dozen students at SUNY Fredonia were suspended Tuesday for allegedly violating the school’s COVID-19 regulations.

In a letter to students, University President Stephen Kolison, Jr. said 13 students violated the Student Code of Conduct by attending a off-campus gathering.

“Any Fredonia student who endangers others by disregarding public health precautions will face serious penalties,” wrote Kolison. “We also talked honestly about repercussions for not following the rules.”

School officials say the suspensions were issued after reviewing the new policy.

Educators are asking others at the college to remind their peers to follow guidelines to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and ultimately keep the community safe.


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