This is the latest set of precautionary restrictions aimed at addressing the rising COVID-19 cases seen in our region. See the updated regulations.
Here’s additional details and guidance:
- Wear a face mask. Reference FAQs about where masks need to be worn.
- As required, complete the Dr. Chat Bot symptom screening tool every day prior to arriving on campus. For the health of all University community members, everyone must act responsibly and honestly when filling out Dr. Chat Bot.
- Clean hands frequently with soap and water (wash for at least 20 seconds) or alcohol-based sanitizer.
- Maintain social distancing—putting 6 feet of space between you and others in your daily interactions.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Stay hydrated and get plenty of rest.
- Commit to following health and safety guidelines.
New York State's Governor announced that Monroe County is now in a Yellow Zone, which comes with a new set of precautionary restrictions.
Clarifying dos and don'ts related to eating and drinking on campus, masks and social distancing requirements for indoor and outdoor spaces, and personal travel for students.
Full-time undergraduate and graduate students can become an ambassador. Ambassadors will help promote safety practices and guidelines amid COVID-19.
The latest guidance on the types of events that can go forward this semester, how to manage and host them safely, and updated policies for visitors and guests on campus.
Students, faculty, and staff on campus can obtain a free cloth face mask. See the distribution details.
The University is asking all faculty, staff, and students to act in the best interests of our collective health and safety by following the COVID-19 Community Commitment guidelines.