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4/7/20 – PRESIDENT KARANJA’S UPDATE ON COVID-19
It is impossible to express the pride BHU feels for all of you adequately. We are currently in the midst of the worst pandemic ever witnessed. The response from the University family is inspiring that in the face of fear for your well-being, you continue to show up during a crisis that has no end date.
I know you all have concerns based on the Governor’s orders, and I want to reassure you that your welfare is of most concern. If you are feeling sick or have been exposed to someone that is sick, please stay at home. Despite the uncertainty, you all have rallied together to uphold the vision of BHU. You have faced this crisis with courage and determination while coping with the burden of protecting yourselves and your family. Nevertheless, let us continue servicing our students and providing the necessary support through this ordeal.
Thank you for your dedication! There is so much work yet to be done, but I know with this team, we are prepared for the unpredictability of the future. We must sustain each other, work as one, and believe in I Corinthians 1:10 …be perfectly united in mind and thought.
Over the last month, growing concerns about health and safety have swept the nation and our community. Beulah Heights University appreciates your loyalty and trust in our faculty and staff during this ordeal, and the President’s Office pledge to “Stay Connected” will continue.
We are actively monitoring the situation and following the guidelines from the CDC daily. The health and well-being of the BHU family will continue to be my number one concern. As you are aware, the University has shifted all courses to online and remote instructions through the remainder of the Summer semester.
Please let me reiterate that our offices are still open and available to you for any questions or concerns that you may have. Simply, call the main number 404.627.2681 Monday-Thursday 9 am to 5 pm and your call will be directed accordingly.
Your education continues to be a top priority for my faculty and staff! We can not thank you enough for your patience, understanding, commitment, and continued confidence during these challenging times.
Benson M. Karanja, Ed.D., H.S.C.