The most important thing to remember when entering any college building is that you need to wear your community mask whenever you are away from your designated physically- distanced work station. Before you enter a college building, pop your mask on. Use hand sanitizer upon entering and always scan your key-card upon entering. If we’re in Zone Red, you’ll likely have your temperature taken and you will be asked to head home if it is elevated. Likewise, if you are experiencing any symptoms, please do not come to school. (But don’t worry – we will make sure you can continue to study from home.) Please note that all of our washrooms are single occupancy, even when there are multiple stalls, so remember to flip the vacancy sign when you enter and exit.
Follow the arrows to move through the halls where applicable. In particular, keep in mind that in the main building, the front staircase is designated for upward moving traffic, while the back staircase is designated for downward or exiting traffic. Elevators can go both ways but are limited to one occupant at a time. In case of a fire or other emergency, ignore the arrows and use the nearest exit.
Now you’ve arrived at your class and you can sit at your designated physically-distanced workstation, which in most cases will have barriers in place between people. When at this workstation you will be permitted to remove your mask but be sure to keep it handy so you can put it on any time you stand up and move away from your station.