COVID19 Accommodations

COVID19 Accommodations


IMPORTANT DATES

MONDAY, JULY 6:  Deadline to change your status from Resident to Commuter OR to request a single room.
FRIDAY, JULY 10: Housing assignments posted to your student portal.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5 - MONDAY - AUGUST 17: Staggered move-in for resident students. Bring belongings to campus, then return home.
MONDAY, AUGUST 17: Freshmen move-in .
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18: Returning student move-in.






FORMS AND LINKS


HOW TO CHANGE YOUR STATUS TO COMMUTER

REQUEST A SINGLE RESIDENCE HALL ROOM

WATCH THE FALL 2020 TOWN HALL MEETING

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PREPARING TO RETURN TO CAMPUS:

RESIDENCE HALL SAFETY MODIFICATIONS:

  • Students are required to wear masks and to social distance when not in their Residence Hall rooms or suites.
  • Hall bathrooms will be cleaned twice daily.
  • Students sharing suite-style bathrooms will be provided cleaning supplies and will have increased Health and Safety Inspections.
  • Residence Halls will be closed to visitors when campus reopens. As we adjust to the 5 Simple Rules (below) and demonstrate that COVID-19 cases don't spike, we  hope to open visitation.
  • Students who are exposed to COVID-19, develop symptoms of COVID-19 or who test positive for COVID-19 are required to notify the college. Your information will be kept confidential.
  • Students who test positive for COVID-19 or who develop symptoms of COVID-19 will be required to return home to isolate for a period of up to 14 days.
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#1. INDOORS: WEAR A MASK UNLESS YOU ARE ALONE (EMPLOYEES/STUDENTS) OR IN A RESIDENCE HALL SUITE (RESIDENT STUDENTS).   Wearing a mask keeps you from spreading the virus if you are infected and don't know it. Everyone will be given a supply of masks and you may also bring your own.
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#2. SOCIAL DISTANCE: STAY SIX FEET APART FROM ANYONE WHO DOESN'T LIVE IN YOUR HOME (EMPLOYEES/COMMUTERS) OR IN YOUR RESIDENCE HALL SUITE.  Staying six feet apart protects you and others from virus droplets that can be spread through breathing, talking, sneezing or coughing.
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#3. OUTDOORS: IF YOU SOCIAL DISTANCE, YOU DON'T NEED A MASK.  Virus droplets disperse quickly in the open air, making it safer to be outside. You MUST also remain six feet apart from anyone who doesn't live in your home or in your Residence Hall suite.
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#4. WASH YOUR HANDS AND COVER COUGHS AND SNEEZES.  Hand washing kills COVID-19. Use warm water and soap, and scrub for at least 20 seconds. Do this frequently throughout the day. Or use a generous amount of hand sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol and rub for 30 seconds.
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#5. TRACK YOUR HEALTH EVERY DAY. All students, faculty and staff will track their health each day on a health app. More info will come soon about how you'll do this, but it will only take a couple of minutes each day. We'll make it easy for you to remember to check in with the College about COVID-19 symptoms.