Information for Visitors

What Visitors Need to Know Before Coming to Campus

Protecting our campus from COVID-19 requires action on the part of each of us, including faculty, staff, students and visitors.

We have outlined safety guidelines visitors will need to follow when coming to campus. Safety guidelines include:

  • Masks are encouraged, but not required. Anyone can choose to wear a mask or other face covering on campus, though students, faculty, staff and visitors to campus will not be required to do so. This guideline does not apply to the Student Health Center or other healthcare operations or research laboratories where a formal Environmental Health & Safety hazard assessment has determined face coverings to be necessary.

  • All visitors are encouraged to conduct a self-screening before coming to campus.

  • Please do not come to campus if you feel sick.

  • Wash your hands frequently, especially after touching shared surfaces and objects like doors, counters, sink knobs, desks, etc.

  • If distributing items, visitors are encouraged to be respectful of those who may not wish to be in close physical contact and to consider using contact-free distribution.


Safety Measures

The health and safety of the campus community remains top priority. Below outlines safety measures we are currently taking to provide an extra level of safety and care across our facilities:

  • We frequently clean and sanitize high-contact surfaces.

  • Hand sanitizer is available in public areas where hand washing stations are not as readily available.

  • We installed transaction barriers in locations where face-to-face interactions frequently take place, such as our retail outlets and front desk operations.