Employees and students are required to monitor their temperature prior to beginning any daily activities, according to the protocols established at each campus location. Any staff member or commuter student whose temperature is 100.4 degrees or higher should not be on campus until their temperature has been under 99 degrees oral temperature for at least 72 hours (3 consecutive days), without use of any medication. Residential students with a temperature of 100.4 degrees are higher should self-isolate and contact Student Health Services.
Employees will be required to log their temperature with human resources prior to starting work each day on campus. Faculty and staff should stay home if unwell. If an employee becomes unwell at work, they should isolate themselves and prepare to leave the workplace, notify supervisor and Human Resources.
Symptoms for which you should not report to work, class, activities, or campus include:
Further guidance for health monitoring and resources will be distributed to the campus community prior to the start of fall semester.