Adapting and Flourishing
The Fall 2020 issue of Bluffton magazine focuses on our current reality of living and learning during a pandemic. The goal is to give you a sense of what students are experiencing on the Bluffton University campus and how our faculty and staff have worked to make in-person learning possible.
From the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bluffton University's administration, faculty and staff have sought advice and rethought campus operations to reopen and welcome back students while prioritizing health and safety.
Learn how we continued to live and learn together on campus for all of fall semester >
After a year of planning and discussion, Bluffton University is excited to move forward with implementing a five-year strategic plan.
Bluffton University will become a leader in community-responsive academic programs and experiential learning that focus on well-being and emotional intelligence; our students will graduate as discerning thinkers with resilient hearts for social justice and advocy.
Read “A guide to living out the Bluffton University mission 2020-25”>
The show will go on for Bluffton’s “Messiah,” with the assistance of music alumni and co-owners of Modo Media, a video and design agency.
Dr. Sherri Winegardner is director and associate professor of nursing at Bluffton. This year, she is also chairing the Student Health and COVID-19 Steering Committee.