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covid-19 return to campus guidelines
the health and safety of our campus community remains of the utmost importance to the university. this website has been designed to ensure individual safety, safe conditions in university spaces and provide important safety guidelines for the duration of the covid-19 global pandemic.
these guidelines were developed through the collective effort of the usciences covid-19 taskforce and university leadership as informed by local, state and national guidance, the centers for disease control and prevention (cdc) and other relevant or appropriate sources. these guidelines will continue to evolve as circumstances change and as more information becomes available. protecting the health and safety of our campus community will remain our primary concern at all times and all constituents should fully review and be familiar with this document as we collectively attempt to curb the risks of spreading covid-19.
table of contents
use the links below to access each section of the guidelines. to read or print as one document, see the university of the sciences return to campus guidelines, updated september 11, 2020 as a pdf file.
- daily health checks
- health considerations for faculty and staff
- contact tracing and testing
- covid-19 testing considerations
- covid-19 testing
- healthy hygiene practices
- face coverings/masks
- cleaning and disinfection
- physical distancing
- Entry/Exit Traffic-flow & Signage
- reporting unsafe behavior
- campus closure triggers
- classrooms and teaching laboratories
- library operations
- clinical education sites
- research laboratory procedures
- residence life
- athletics and campus recreation
- dining and meal plans
- student life
- SHAC Medical Remote & On Campus Services
- Faculty, Staff, and Student Worker Safety Trainings & Attestation
- remote versus on-campus work
- on-campus workspaces
- university-sponsored and personal travel
- in-person campus events
- accommodations for employees
- sick employees
- employee support services for mental health and wellness
contact numbers and links
|dean of students’ office||215-596-8950|
|public safety email@example.com|
|public safety emergency line||215-596-7000
also dial 9-1-1
radiation safety (ehrs)
usciences covid-19 information
- information about the university’s status, faqs, and links to governmental sites are available on our covid-19 webpage.
- covid-19-related campus messages are posted at the usciences public safety emergency blog.
- status of campus operations, as well as tips for working and studying remotely are posted at the working remotely website.
stay safe. stay strong. stay connected.
this page last updated: 7/20/2020