Protective Equipment

Common personal protective equipment (PPE) used to protect employees and others includes masks, face shields, gloves and glasses. (22)

  • CSI will require all unvaccinated individuals to wear acceptable face coverings be used any time individuals are inside college buildings until guidance states otherwise. (44).
  • CSI will require all unvaccinated employees, students, faculty, and visitors wear face coverings in common areas or situations where social distancing may be difficult to maintain until guidance states otherwise (44).
  • Vaccinated faculty, staff and students not working in individual offices (i.e. those working in cubicles or on the open floor) should consider wearing masks.
  • All unvaccinated faculty, staff and students must wear face coverings when interacting with clients or coworkers within the current state mandated distance and without a physical barrier, until guidance states otherwise (44).
  • CSI will procure acceptable face coverings and provide such coverings to our employees who directly interact with students or members of the public while at work at no cost to the employee, pursuant to Executive Order 202.16, as amended.
  • CSI will ensure that an adequate supply of face coverings, masks and other required PPE are ordered and on hand should an employee need a replacement (42). Acceptable face coverings include, but are not limited to, cloth (e.g. homemade sewn, quick cut, bandana), surgical masks, N95 respirators, and face shields. CSI will supply all essential personnel in Facilities, Operations and Public Safety a 5-pack reusable face covering supply in addition to surgical masks and N95 respirators when needed. All other staff will be supplied with disposable face coverings.
    • CSI will provide staff performing cleaning and disinfection with disposable gloves; will ensure that they are trained on proper hand washing after discarding gloves; will ensure that they wear eye protection when there is a potential for splash or splatter to the face; and will provide when necessary, gowns, aprons, or coveralls to protect clothing (18).
    • In addition, CSI will provide other high-risk employee groups that will need PPE (i.e., masks, face shields, glove and glasses) including customer-facing employees, employees who regularly interact with nonemployees, and employees conducting health screenings (22).
    • Employees should avoid touching their eyes, nose, or mouth when wearing and removing masks, and wash hands immediately before donning and after removal of face coverings (7).
  • Environment Health and Safety will provide training on proper use and cleaning of Face coverings to all essential personnel in Facilities, Operations and Public Safety. Additional information on cloth face coverings and other types of PPE, as well as instructions on use and cleaning, including washing and drying instructions can be obtained from the Office of Environment, Health and Safety. CSI will allow individuals to use their own acceptable face coverings but will supply employees with face coverings at their request. (41, 43) CSI will not prevent employees from wearing their personally owned protective coverings (e.g. surgical masks, KN95’s , or face shields) as long as they abide by the minimum standards of protection for the specific activity (41, 42). CSI may require employees to wear more protective PPE due to the nature of their work.  Environment Health and Safety Office will ensure compliance with all applicable OSHA standards when N95 masks or respirators are in use. (41)
    • Gloves
  • Individuals expected to collect or distribute materials throughout the workday (e.g., mail services, cashiers) will wear disposable gloves while handling materials and wash hands or use hand sanitizer after gloves are removed when a handwashing sink is not available. (36)

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Hygiene, Cleaning and Disinfection

CSI ‘s Policy for Routine Cleaning and Disinfection was created in compliance with CDC and NYS DOH guidelines, including Cleaning and Disinfecting Public Spaces for COVID-19 | CDC and the “STOP THE SPREAD” poster., as applicable (44). Campus The Chief Superintendent in charge of Facilities will maintain logs that include the date, time, and scope of cleaning and disinfection. This cleaning and disinfection procedure will be reviewed and updated regularly as more guidance becomes available. See below Policy for Routine Cleaning and Disinfection: (41)

  • All restrooms will be cleaned and disinfected twice per day. All handwashing supplies will be evaluated daily and replaced as needed.
  • Sign off sheets will be posted in all restrooms. They are to be filled out and signed off as soon as restroom has been serviced.  Shift supervisors will verify and initial the sheet.
  • Classrooms/Labs will be cleaned daily. At a minimum the cleaning will include sweeping, moping the floor and cleaning high touch points such as doorknobs, light switches, benchtops, student/instructor desks, and lectern and windowsills.
  • High touch points in the buildings are railings, doorknobs/handles, switches, elevator buttons which will be cleaned and wiped down with disinfectant at least two times a day or more based on scheduling of in person classes and staff occupancy rates.
  • Custodians will check sanitizing supplies such as disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer availability in public spaces and replace as needed or if a request is made to replace such items by staff.
  • Custodial supervisors will staff shifts according to limited proposed opening criteria to be determined.
  • All custodians will be retrained in COVID-19 precautions, disinfecting procedures, proper usage of PPE, social distancing as well as pump equipment operation for disbursement of disinfectant.
  • The disinfectant to be used is Excelyte. The cleaning of offices will be tailored to individual situations and will require input and assistance from office occupants to ensure social distancing and maintain appropriate cleaning schedule.
  • All public trash receptacles will be emptied daily. Individual office waste should be placed in the hallway daily or after each class and or shift for pick up by custodians.
  • Custodial supervisors will ensure social distancing and PPE compliance at daily shift changes as well as throughout the day.

Will ensure the following when feasible:
Will provide and maintain hand hygiene stations around the institution, as follows (44):

  • For handwashing: soap, running warm water, disposable paper towels, and a lined garbage can.
  • For hand sanitizing: an alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol for areas where handwashing facilities may not be available or practical.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available throughout common areas. It will be placed in convenient locations, such as at building entrances, and exits. CSI will provide appropriate signage regarding prior hand washing and hygiene which reinforces handwashing with soap and water.
  • CSI will provide appropriate cleaning supplies for shared and frequently touched surfaces for employees and encourage employees to use these supplies following manufacturer’s instructions for use before and after use of these surfaces, followed by hand hygiene. (41) Occupants of the campus will be vested with the responsibility for cleaning their own work areas. CSI will provide workspaces with multi-surface spray cleaners to support self-servicing of touch points. For college-owned vehicles, drivers will be instructed on cleaning and disinfecting high touch points on and in vehicles daily. Disinfecting supplies will be stored in each vehicle. (18)

Facilities Staff procedures to be employed for regular cleaning and disinfection:

  • All custodians with wear the following Personal Protective Equipment:
    • Gloves
    • Safety glasses or goggles
    • Face Covering
  • Employee procedure for PPE (following order):
    • Wash your hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.
    • Put on face coving per
    • Put on the safety glasses or goggles and make sure they fit well and do not need to be readjusted.
    • Don gloves and inspect for any tears or defects.
  • Cleaning solution can be either made with soap and water or by diluting 1 part of Exelyte with 1.5 parts water.  To make one quart of cleaning solution using Exelyte, dilute 13 ounces of Exelyte with 19 ounces of water.
  • All surfaces must be cleaned first by applying cleaning solution either by spraying or using a dipped cloth towel, rag or sponge to wipe down a surface to reduce the amount of soil, dirt and dust on the surface. After application, allow the surface to air dry before proceeding to disinfection step.
  • Excelyte disinfecting solution will be used for routine disinfection of hard non-porous surfaces.
  • Disinfecting solution is ready to use out of the stock bottle and will be applied to the surface either by spraying it or wiping the surface with a dipped cloth towel or rag. Treated surfaces must remain wet for a minimum of 10 minutes. To ensure proper disinfection, allow the surface to air dry. Avoid over-application and pooling of disinfecting solution on surfaces. Exercise caution when spraying
  • The following hard non-porous surfaces can be cleaned and disinfected with both cleaning and disinfecting solutions: laminated tabletops (formica), plastic tabletops, stainless steel, tile and grout. CAUTION: If in doubt whether the surface can be damaged by the solutions, apply both solutions to a small surface area to be cleaned and disinfected first and wait several minutes prior to proceeding.
  • Proceed to the next surface to be cleaned from the back of classroom/bathroom/office to the front and from the less soiled surface to the more soiled ones. This will ensure decreasing levels of contamination. 
  • Change cleaning towels/rags frequently to minimize spreading of soil or contamination. Collect the cleaning towels/rags in a sealed bag to ensure containment. If paper towels are used, discard after finishing one area.
  • High touch areas in a classroom include doorknobs/handles, light switches, table and desk tops, as well as instructor desk and podium.  
  • High touch areas in a bathroom include door handles, sink, faucet, faucet handles/push buttons, soap dispenser, stall door, stall door lock, flushometer handle, toilet, toilet seat, toilet paper dispenser, towel dispenser and/or air dryer etc.
  • High touch points in a lobby are doorknobs/handles, doors, windows, disabled access push buttons, walls, phone, elevator buttons and doors, bulletin boards etc.
  • High touch points in a hallway are doorknobs/handles, bulletin boards, walls, windows, windows sills, etc.
  • High touch areas in personal office space include individual desks, desk cabinets, phone, computer keyboard, computer mouse, file cabinets, chairs will be the responsibility of the designated user. Facilities will provide cleaning and disinfecting supplies.

Procedure for cleaning and disinfection for confirmed COVID19 case

  • Close off all areas for at least 24 hours. If not feasible then close off area as long as possible
    • If less than 24 hours have passed since the person who is sick or diagnosed with COVID-19 has been in the space, the space will need to be cleaned and disinfected.
    • If more than 24 hours have passed since the person who is sick or diagnosed with COVID-19 has been in the space, routine cleaning is enough.
  • If more than 3 days have passed since the individual with confirmed COVID19 used the facility, no additional cleaning and disinfection is necessary, but regular cleaning and disinfection must continue, increase ventilation in the area if feasible, e.g. opening outside doors, windows or increasing amount of fresh air in the area.
  • If it is feasible, leave the area exposed to sunlight since UV light is known to kill viruses and bacteria.
  • Custodial supervisors should visually evaluate the area to ensure that all surfaces that need to be cleaned have been identified and clearly communicated to cleaning staff.
  • The following Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required for the custodians who will be cleaning and disinfecting surfaces in a space occupied by confirmed COVID19 case:
    • Tyvek suit with a hood and foot covers or rubber boots
    • 2 pairs of gloves – inner and outer gloves with longer cuff length, preferably different color.
    • Face shield or safety glasses/goggles.
  • Employee procedure for PPE (following order):
    • Dress in Tyvek suit after which wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.
    • Put on the mask, face shield or safety glasses/googles while avoiding unnecessary touching of your mouth, nose and eyes. Make sure they fit well and do not need to be readjusted while you perform the cleaning and disinfection.
    • Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.
    • Don inner gloves, inspect for any tears or defects and extend Tyvek suit cuffs over them.
    • Don outer gloves, inspect for any tears or defects and tuck in the cuffs of the Tyvek suit underneath the gloves.
    • You are ready to proceed to the next step.
  • Clean and disinfect all areas occupied for an extended period of time by individual with confirmed COVID19 following the enhanced cleaning and disinfection procedure:
    • Cleaning solution can be either made with soap and water or by diluting 1 part of Exelyte with 1.5 parts water.  To make one quart of cleaning solution using Exelyte, dilute 13 ounces of Exelyte with 19 ounces of water.
    • Apply cleaning solution either by spraying or using a dipped cloth towel, rag or sponge to wipe down a surface to reduce the amount of soil, dirt and dust on the surface. After application, allow the surface to air dry before proceeding to disinfection step.
    • Excelyte disinfecting solution will be used for disinfection of hard non-porous surfaces.
    • Disinfecting solution will be applied to the surface either by spraying it or wiping the surface with a dipped cloth towel or rag. Treated surfaces must remain wet for a minimum of 10 minutes. To ensure proper disinfection, allow the surface to air dry. Avoid over-application and pooling of disinfecting solution on surfaces. Exercise caution when spraying the disinfecting solution on surfaces.
    • The following hard non-porous surfaces can be cleaned and disinfected with both cleaning and disinfecting solutions: laminated tabletops (formica), plastic tabletops, stainless steel, tile and grout. CAUTION: If in doubt whether the surface can be damaged by the solutions, apply both solutions to a small surface area to be cleaned and disinfected first and wait several minutes prior to proceeding.
    • Proceed to the next surface to be cleaned from the back of classroom/bathroom/office to the front and from the less soiled surface to the more soiled ones. This will ensure decreasing levels of contamination. 
    • For soft (porous) surfaces such as carpeted floor, rugs, and drapes, remove visible contamination if present and clean with appropriate cleaners indicated for use on these surfaces.
    • Porous surfaces such as drapes, linens can be laundered if necessary.
    • Launder items as appropriate in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. If possible, launder items using the warmest appropriate water setting for the items and dry items completely.
    • The area can be reopened once it has been cleaned and disinfected.
  • Procedure for removing PPE:
    • Remove outer gloves and put them into trash. Exercise caution to avoid contaminating the inner glove or the Tyvek suit. Wash your gloved hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.
    • Unzip the Tyvek suit and start peeling the suit from the shoulders and back to your forearms, then pull off the arms by the cuffs slowly while avoiding touching your clothing underneath the suit.  Once the suit has been pulled of your upper body, start pulling it down your hips until it is below your knees. Then, sit on a chair and use your feet also to take off the suit completely.  Discard the suit with rubber boots into trash.
    • Remove your inner gloves and immediately wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.
    • Remove the face shield and/or safety glasses/googles while avoiding unnecessary touching of your mouth, nose and eyes.  Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.
    • Face shield or safety glasses/goggles should be cleaned and disinfected afterwards.

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Staged Reopening

General

  • At CSI, the Campus Coronavirus Coordinator or designee is the campus safety manager.
  • The campus will phase-in reopening activities to allow for operational issues to be resolved before activities return to normal levels.
  • CSI will limit the number of employees, hours, and number of students when first reopening so as to provide operations with the ability to adjust to the changes. A staged reopening of campus activities will allow students, faculty and staff to adjust to necessary changes, such as the implementation of new flexible work arrangement policy and, flexible learning/grading policies, etc. (41)
  • The reclosing plan in the Supplemental Guidelines: ‘Draft Reclosing Plan.’ (11, 36)
  • A key tenet of the staged return to campuses approach is that members of the CSI community will not be required to return to campus (and in some cases will not be permitted to return to campus) if campus reopening plans, as approved by the Chancellery/COO’s Office, determine that particular sets of activities can and should be accomplished remotely (34).
  • Staging assumes a gradual expansion of the number of activities on campus and in the field while ensuring compliance with sound public health practices including the use of heightened cleaning, staggered access, and physical distancing protocols (36).
  • For any activity proposed to resume on-campus:
  • The campus plan will include specific conditions, including type of activity, density, staggered schedules, physical distancing, cleaning/hygiene protocols, and other requirements. These plans must describe how periodic inspection of authorized spaces will be carried out by heads of campus facilities, supported as needed by the Coronavirus Campus Coordinators, to help ensure compliance with practices that prioritize the health and wellbeing of the campus community (36).
  • CSI will continue to establish plans for rigorous enforcement of social distancing including but not limited to:
    • Scheduled work shifts
    • Required face coverings
    • Social distancing between building occupants
    • Self-checks and testing
    • Cleaning and disinfecting
    • Note: See applicable sections of these Guidelines for additional information.
  • Throughout any staged return to campuses, CSI will enforce strict social distancing, use of PPE and cleaning protocols as indicated by current CUNY, state and CDC guidelines (11).
  • Throughout the staged return to campus, students, faculty and staff who have a medical condition or other risk factor that they believe would make their return to campus unsafe are encouraged to request an accommodation (34).
  • Throughout any staged reopening process, CSI will explore a number of reopening approaches for deciding how to expand on-site instruction (25). CSI will follow CUNY’s Guidance on Academic Continuity to campuses page for the most up to date information.
  • CSI’s decision-making around resumption of activities in any stage will consider associated risk
  • CSI will periodically evaluate the status of its restart to advise the Chancellery/COO’s Office of its intent to safely proceed to the campuses next stage of reopening. This will be contingent on health numbers continuing to improve/stay stable, supplies of PPE remaining available, and whether the safeguards the campus has implemented are effective at mitigating the inherent risks of the next stage of reopening.

The following section provides guidelines on the proposed staging approach for various additional functions. Note that the Academic Continuity site may address some of these functions in the future; regularly review: Guidance on Academic Continuity to campuses and Considerations for Reopening Facilities & Services in Stages for the most up to date information.

Proposed Phases of Re-Entry

  • Phase 0 – Physical campus closed; only essential personnel have access to campus. Faculty, staff can request access to campus for limited periods of time by appointment.
  • Phase 1 – Limited access to campus for researchers with funded projects, graduate students nearing graduation by appointment, and with approved safety plans for their labs. Increased presence of operations staff. Three academic buildings – 6S, 5N, and 5S will be prioritized for meeting CDC and state guidelines.  No more than Limited face to face instruction in programs where such instruction is required for accreditation/licensure. No more than 3% of normal campus capacity (~450 individuals- ca. 300 faculty/staff and 150 students).
  • Phase 2 – Greater access to campus by appointment for researchers with funded projects, graduate students following approval of safety plans for labs, and subject to scheduling that allows social distancing within the buildings. Three more academic buildings will be brought up to health standards mandated by the CDC and New York State. Limited face to face instruction provided in courses where such instruction is vital to pedagogy and cannot be replicated by distance education. Essential student services offices open with limited hours, by appointment only. No more than 6% of normal campus capacity (~900 individuals, ca. 450 staff/faculty and 450 students).
  • Phase 3 – Access to campus by appointment for all faculty and graduate students with research needs within constraints imposed by building and campus capacity.  Three more campus academic buildings will be brought online. Classes that require in-person exams will be accommodated on campus as permitted by room availability/capacity and need. Student and employee services will remain primarily online but limited on-campus services will be expanded. No More than 25% of campus capacity (3000 individual, ca. 1000 faculty/staff, 2000 students).
  • Phase 4 – Per CUNY mandate, all campus offices will be staffed in person starting August 16, 2021. Phase 4 plans for 50% campus capacity.
  • Phase 5 – calls for a resumption of normal campus activities, with the proviso that those coming to campus are either fully vaccinated or have had a negative Covid test within the last 7 days.

 

Operation or Campus Unit Phase 0
(Physical campus closed)
Phase 1
(Very Limited Campus Access)
Phase 2
(Limited Campus Access)
Phase 3
(Medium Campus Access)
Phase 4
(Campus Open)
Phase 5
(Campus Fully Open)

Access

Closed except for essential functions

No more than 3% of normal campus capacity (450 individuals)*

No More than 6 % of normal campus capacity (900 individuals)*

No More than 25% of normal capacity (3000 individuals)

50-75% Normal capacity (6000-9000 Individual)

100% Normal Capacity

Faculty Access

Short visits for approved by a VP

By Appointment – short visits or limited research for funded PIs only. Prior approval of lab safety plan required.

By Appointment – Researchers with funded projects. Prior approval of lab safety plan required. Must remain within stated building capacity. Faculty access for instruction and course preparation.

Researchers have access to campus based on room, building and campus capacities. Other faculty have limited access to campus as needed.

Vaccination or recent COVID Test required.

Open Access

Graduate Student Access

None

Limited – research students near graduation needing research access

Grad research students permitted within stated building capacity, with approved plan from PI

Graduate students have access to campus for research

Vaccination or recent COVID test required

Open Access

Staff Access

Short visits for essential functions by appointment only. VP approval required.

Short visits to perform functions not possible remotely.

Some essential student and staff services on campus. Limited hours, staggered shifts, by appointment only)

More on-campus services offered, up to 25% capacity

All offices should be staffed for in-person work. Hours, level of staffing required determined by unit Director

All offices fully staffed during business hours

Library

Physical facility closed. All services online

Physical facility closed. All services online

Limited services. No studying in library

Limited Library facilities open by appointment, with social distancing

Open. Staffing for on campus services determined by Chief Librarian

Open normal hours – fully staffed

On Campus Instruction

None

Limited to lab/studio courses that require face to face instruction for accreditation or licensure

Instruction expanded. More lab/studio courses. Testing and small classes in medium to large rooms.

Capstone courses, other courses that would benefit from in-person instruction. All others would remain by distance education

A majority of courses include some on campus experience

Classes offered in person except those offered hybrid or online for programmatic/pedagogical purposes

Academic Buildings Open

1M,2A (Partial)

6S,5N,5S

Other academic buildings open

Other academic, administrative buildings open

Most Academic buildings fully open

All Academic Buildings fully open

Computer Labs

Closed. Virtual labs available.

Closed. Virtual labs available.

Computer labs open by appointment

Computer labs open by appointment

Most Computer labs open

Computer labs open

Athletic Facilities

Closed

Closed

Limited use for athletic training

Limited use for athletic training

Open with restricted hours

Open

Dining Facilities

Closed

Limited grab and go dining

Limited grab and go Dining

Open with limited capacity

Open with limited capacity

Open

Residence Halls

Closed

Open, modified for social distancing

Open, modified for social distancing

Open, modified for social distancing

Open with 85% capacity

Open full capacity

*Population numbers do not include Dolphin Cove Residents

In progressing through each stage, the Chancellery/COO’s Office and Campus Reopening Committee will be responsive to local health conditions and continuously monitor and modify the reopening approach. Crucial to ensuring the safety of students on campuses will be the development and implementation of a physical distancing plan for each course offered by a college. Plans will consider (2):

  • Number of students and faculty present in each session.
  • Length of session.
  • Nature of activities.
  • Responses to the daily health template from students, faculty and staff (see
  • Section III.A. ‘Screening’ for additional information about the template)
  • Public health practices: vaccination status, face coverings, use of physical distancing, cough/sneeze etiquette, hand hygiene.
  • Provisions for hand sanitizer and enhanced cleaning.

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Communications Plan

The College of Staten Island’s policies and goals for campus communications mirror CUNY’s guidance with respect to federal, state, local and university guidance, and policies regarding operations during the COVID19 Pandemic.  In particular, we have developed:

  • A campus communications process to support and distribute information regarding the campus
  • A clear chain of command with the appointment of the appropriate college officials as COVID19 Czar and another as Senior Communications Leader.
  • A strategy for conveying information to students, faculty, staff, and the community with regards to a rapid shutdown of campus operations if needed due to a spike in COVID19 cases.
  • Appropriate signage for campus locations regarding social distancing, PPE use and safe campus use practices.
  • A central repository of COVID19 communications for the campus
  • Targeted messages for four respective constituent groups
  • A regular schedule of communications to the constituent groups on a two-week cycle.
  • A plan to encourage of the use of academic communication channels for the faculty to reach out to their students directly to provide information and support.  
  • Overall, the College of Staten Island’s communication plan seeks to comply with appropriate official guidance as well as convey a sense of order and support to our various constituent groups.  The general message content will be designed to be informative, direct, and encouraging.  To assure that the messages are targeted and formatted to reflect the needs of the various campus constituent groups, the following college officials will draft and deliver messages to their assigned constituent groups.

 
College President: Elected Officials, Alumni and Local Residents
Provost: Faculty and Academic Staff
VP of Operations: Campus Staff
Dean of Students: Students with copies to Faculty and Academic Staff

Messages will be delivered at a minimum of twice a month on the first and the fifteenth of the month for as long as it needed.  Additional announcements may be made as warranted or as particular conditions arise. Channels of communication will utilize the broadest range of deliver including email, posting of signage, social media and other online options as are practical and warranted.


FAQ’s

The campus communications subcommittee developed and will continue to update a set of CSI specific Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) to be posted and maintained on the campus COVID19 repository. This document will provide answers to questions that might be commonly asked and will also provide links to various other on-campus and off-campus resources. The intent of the FAQ’s is to help students and other interested individuals obtain answers to common questions from a simple, accurate and updated source.

COVID Communications Page
CSI’s homepage currently contains a COVID page which provides the President’s Communications, Information the College’s Steering Committees for Re-opening the Campus, and current guidance from CUNY, Federal, State and Local authorities. 
The various components of the Re-opening plan will be included on the page, along with FAQs and a link for the campus community to submit questions or comments. The page will also be a repository for all prior communications from the designated college officials to constituent groups. A working draft of the page can be found at Returning to CSI.

Rapid Return to Online Teaching:
In case of a spike in COVID19 cases or other events that would create a need to end on-campus activities at any time during the semester, a plan is in place for notification and campus management during a rapid shutdown.  Information on these plans will be conveyed to faculty and staff and distributed with syllabus material and other appropriate methods of communication and planning.

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