Perillo and Provost Jennifer Rice commissioned a mental health task force earlier this year to look at what the university is doing regarding mental health.
A modified bill supporting mental health excused absences also passed during the meeting.
Perillo said she hopes that the university is “a totally different place” with the pandemic in the fall.
Some departments may be able to raise student worker minimum wages by July 1.
All other campus safety requirements will remain in place.
The Maryland Attorney General ruled the university could not mandate the vaccines because they were released under emergency use authorization.
The university has confirmed the presence of a coronavirus variant in the campus community.
More than 100 students have been referred to the conduct office for COVID noncompliance so far this semester.
The town hall comes days after the university announced it would not implement pass/fail grading this fall.
She spoke about student communication and increasing awareness of mental health services.