Return-to-Campus Phase III

Return-to-Campus Phase III

Man and woman wearing face masks and exchanging an elbow bump

TIMING

No earlier than Spring 2021 semester, subject to revision based on evolving conditions.

FOCUS

  • To provide support required to open the college to students and corporate training clients.
  • Restricted access for events and gatherings.
  • To transition remaining workforce.

CONDITIONS

  • College is open to students, corporate training clients and approved guests.
  • College is open to host selected events on a pre-scheduled, pre-approved basis with restricted/limited access.
  • Employee Phased Approach

    Standard employee operations resume in adherence with college health and safety protocols under county and state guidelines. At-risk employees continue to work with Human Resources to request remote work considerations.
  • Student Phased Approach

    Students may return in adherence with county and state guidelines. The college is planning to offer a variety of learning environments including online, hybrid and face-to-face. Social distancing and college health and safety guidelines will be followed.

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements

    Prior to reporting to campus, students, employees and guests are expected to perform a daily COVID-19 symptom self-assessment.

    Wearing face coverings or face shields is recommended.

    Hand sanitizer stands will be monitored for effectiveness and refilled as needed.

    Disposable keyboard, mouse and monitor coverings will be monitored for effectiveness.

    Plexiglass or equivalent protective shields will be monitored for effectiveness and reordered if needed.

    Disinfectant and cleaning supplies will continue to be distributed in a prioritized manner.

    Signage will be monitored and evaluated for effectiveness.

  • Employee/Work Area Requirements

    Prior to reporting to campus, students, employees and guests are expected to perform a daily COVID-19 symptom self-assessment.

    Continue practicing social distancing:

    • Stay 6 feet apart when possible.
    • Limit number of participants for face-to-face meetings to remain in compliance with guidelines.
    • Meetings continue remotely when possible.
    • Remain in assigned work areas to avoid unnecessary contamination.

    Start all meetings with health and safety reminders.

    Refresh signage.

    Use exits and entrances as marked.

    Standard employee operations resume in adherence with college health and safety protocols under county and state guidelines. At-risk employees continue to work with Human Resources to request remote work considerations.

  • Student/Instruction Requirements

    Prior to reporting to campus, students, employees and guests are expected to perform a daily COVID-19 symptom self-assessment.

    Students are offered a variety of learning environments including online, hybrid and face-to-face.

    College is open to students, corporate training clients and approved guests.

    Student support services transition from online setting to on-campus support.

    Library, resource centers and labs open.

    Faculty/Instructors to monitor daily:

    • Social distancing measures
    • Attendance
    • Usage of face coverings
    • Hand sanitizer supply
    • Physical Facilities Department to clean classrooms based on utilization.
    Instructors and students sanitize workspaces after each use.
  • Facility Requirements

    Community/public events and student recreational events begin to return to campus on a pre-scheduled, pre-approved basis with restricted/ limited access.

    Expanded dining and childcare options available (Center for Early Learning open while following most recent state health and safety guidelines).

    Campus libraries and resource labs will open with limited access and capacity based on most recent state health and safety guidelines.

    Monitor site assessment for effectiveness:

    • Adjustments to classroom/lab layout capacity
    • Scheduled cleaning
    • Common high-touch equipment cleaning

    Signage for handwashing and social distancing monitored for effectiveness.

    Location of specific exits and entrances evaluated and adjusted as needed.

Page last updated June 22, 2020.