Face Masks / Coverings
Face coverings/masks must be worn in campus owned and/or operated buildings, houses, and in public outdoor settings where other physical distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Face coverings/Masks are strongly encouraged when practicing physical distancing. Students are encouraged to plan and bring a set of masks with them for use. To assist, students will receive a free Carroll University branded mask upon arrival to campus.
Daily Health Checks
We are asking all students, faculty and staff to perform daily self-checks on symptoms related to COVID-19. All Carroll community are encouraged to take personal responsibility when exhibiting symptoms.
The Carroll community will maintain a minimum of 6 feet separation when in contact with others for longer than 10 minutes, regardless of face mask/covering. This includes both indoor and outside spaces.
Cleaning and Disinfecting
Carroll has placed 150 hand sanitizing stations across campus along with sanitary wipe stations in all classroom and resident hall buildings. We have enhanced our cleaning procedures by utilizing EPA and CDC approved supplies and protocols for COVID-19 sanitation. Additionally, facilities staff has had increased education of proper sanitation techniques and safety precautions. The university has also updated heating and ventilation systems to improve air quality.
Public Safety passengers are required to wear a face covering when using the shuttle. The shuttle will only allow for 3 students. The shuttle will be cleaned and sanitized on a daily basis.
We are following all federal, state and local guidelines and recommendations, including daily wellness checks and PPE for all associates, ongoing cleaning and sanitizing, and daily disinfecting in all areas. All food will be pre-packaged or served by associates. Seating in all dining areas will be reduced to maintain physical distancing. There will be an increase in dining locations in fall 2020.
During the academic year, students with any COVID-19 symptoms will be asked by the University to get tested. When ill, students should stay home except to get medical care. Students should not go to class, work, athletics, dining facilities, or participate in any other activities if they have symptoms or have tested positive. Avoid using public transportation or ride sharing.
Students can call the Health Center at 262.524.7233 to make an appointment for evaluation and testing. Students may also go to their health provider or other local clinic to get tested and should report positive results as outlined below.
Students who have tested positive for COVID-19 must text 262.218.2379 or email@example.com to report their positive test.