Housing Considerations

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  • Residence halls are projected to open at full capacity with two residents/room . Contingency plans may reduce housing occupancy in traditional halls to one person per room .
  • Residents will complete a roommate agreement in which they are able to share concerns and agree upon conditions related to COVID-19; they will be considered as members of the same household .
  • Visitation will be limited in university housing to residential students only to mitigate potential exposure .
  • Outside vendors and contractors must follow university safety guidelines within university housing .
  • All residential students will start the COVID-19 Self- Screening Assessment two weeks before their move-in date .
  • Housing and Residence Life will stagger the move-in process to reduce congestion in university housing and promote physical distancing . HRL staff will determine and distribute the check-in process, utilization of volunteers, and logistical operations . Other move-in procedures will be determined in conjunction with University Health Services .
  • Residents will arrive within a pre-scheduled timeframe which allows the university to implement physical distancing guidelines and safety methods, such as temperature checks and the monitoring of individuals who fall into high-risk categories .
  • Students will be isolated or quarantined based on the recommendations of the ADPH, CDC, and University Health Services .
  • Should a residential student be in self-isolation, Dining Services will work with Housing and Residence Life to deliver meals to the student .