Health and Safety Adjustments
- Students, faculty, and staff will not be permitted to enter campus buildings if they are symptomatic, have had close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual, or have a temperature above 100.4 F.
- Everyone planning to travel to campuses will first be required to complete and submit a daily self-assessment health screening questionnaire accessible through the University’s LiveSafe app. Students, staff and visitors will be required to download LiveSafe on their personal device. This will require people to self-monitor their body temperature at home before traveling to campus. Based on questionnaire responses submitted through the app, individuals will receive an easily identifiable green or red checkmark reply with their name and date displayed.
- Anyone with responses resulting in a red checkmark will be denied campus access. Student should call health services for further guidance. Employees should immediately notify their supervisor.
- As a front-line compliance measure, worker monitors and check point stations will be placed in the lobby of Building 4250 and other occupied buildings. Monitors will be stationed to ensure that people entering campus buildings display their green LiveSafe check responses when attempting to enter a building check point.
- When on campus and in all University buildings, the use of face coverings or masks will be required at all times. Compliance with the face covering policy and requirements will be strictly enforced.
- The University will have masks available for anyone person who needs a mask while on campus.
- Hand sanitizing stations have been installed in each building lobby and in elevator waiting areas on each floor of every building. Additional stations have been placed in meeting rooms and in occupied office and work locations throughout buildings at an average density of approximately one station per 30 employees.
- Enhanced cleaning protocols have been implemented and scheduled based on daily space use reservations.