Return-to-Campus Phase II

Return-to-Campus Phase II

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TIMING

No earlier than July 6, complete Summer and Fall sessions

FOCUS

  • To provide support to select students and corporate training clients who require face-to-face instruction to complete summer/fall coursework.
  •  To provide support for expanded student services.
  •  To begin transitioning workforce back to campus based on select functions.

CONDITIONS

  • College remains closed to the public.
  • Only selected areas are open with restricted/limited access for instruction and testing.
  • Online student services continue with limited expansion of on-site student services.
  • Employee Phased Approach

    Employees performing essential activities in support of summer/fall courses will report to campus.

    Additional employees will return to campus as departmental plans are finalized in preparation of opening the campus to additional students and the public. Employees are expected to perform a daily COVID-19 symptom self-assessment.

    All other employees will continue working remotely, unless otherwise notified.

  • Student Phased Approach

    Only those students enrolled in approved coursework and those seeking student support services are allowed on campus. Students are expected to perform a daily COVID-19 symptom self-assessment. Anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19, who has tested positive or has had close contact with a person who is lab-confirmed to have COVID-19, should not come to campus.

  • 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.

    Continued requirement for students, employees and guests to wear face coverings or face shields on campus, except in single office locations.

    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 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.

    Update appropriate signage in office/classroom areas.

    Use exits and entrances as marked.

    Departments continue planning and begin implementing on-site transition:

    • Staggered start times.
    • Rotated schedules.
    • Continue to work remotely.
  • Student/Instruction Requirements

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

    Online instruction continues for majority of students with hybrid and face-to-face instruction provided on a limited basis.

    Campus open to expanded group of enrolled students with restricted/limited access for instruction and testing.

    Online student services continue with limited expansion of on-site student services.

    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 will be considered on a pre-scheduled, pre-approved basis with restricted/limited access.

    Limited services of the following will be allowed:

    • Dining
    • Childcare (Center for Early Learning prepares to open)

     

    Campus libraries will open with limited capacity and access to select spaces and services.

    Site assessment continues:

    • Adjustments to classroom/lab layout to remain in compliance with most recent state health and safety guidelines.
    • Cleaning schedules based on utilization patterns and priority areas.
    • Common high-touch equipment cleaned by departments after each use.

     

    Signage for handwashing and social distancing evaluated and reordered as needed.

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

Page last updated June 22, 2020.