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This information is based on current conditions. The Administration and COVID Implementation Team (CVIT) are monitoring conditions in the local community closely and will make adjustments and update if necessary.
At present, no large events will be held on campus in the spring semester. Any events that are held in-person on campus will not be open to the public. Guest speakers are allowed in-person, but they will be required to follow all of the protocols in place on campus, including wearing a mask at all times, even while giving talks, presentations, etc...
All visitors, guests, third party vendors and delivery services (except no-touch food delivery) are assigned a check-in location where they will register (provide name, contact information, have their temperature taken), sign a certification that they are not sick with COVID-19, and be informed of the campus health and hygiene policies (specifically, the face mask policy). All guests are expected to abide by the COVID-19 policies in place on campus. Read full text -- Guests and Visitors Policy.
Guests of students and other campus visitors must register at the Information Center
(across the hall from the Visitor Center in J.M. Haggar, Sr. University Center) and
complete this Visitor Registration Form.
Prospective students will register at the Visitor Center, and delivery services will register at the postal service center.
For those visiting campus, please adhere to the personal safety protocols (masks, washing/sanitizing, social distancing, etc.) outlined here.
Members of the public attending mass at the Church of the Incarnation will not be asked to register, but must abide the COVID-19 policies then in place on campus. Hand sanitizing stations have been set-up inside the church, the church doors will be propped, and ushers will provide hand sanitizer prior to receiving communion.