Before students, faculty, and administrators start returning to campus, college and university leaders need to define the new normal by creating or revising policies to address a range of critical public health, workplace, instruction and learning environment, housing, dining, and student health service issues.
Social distancing may now be a campus mandate, for example, rather than a suggestion, while lecture halls, student centers, libraries, etc. may have capacity limits, and the checking of student, faculty, and staff temperatures when they arrive each day may be required.
As resources and tools become available, NACUBO will continue to collect and share best practices in keeping our campuses safe.
- This s a compilation of documents of interest to institutions of higher education as they contemplate processes for determining when and how to return to physical activities on their campuses.
Webinar: Response, Recovery, and Reimaginig
Dawn Rhodes, chief business and finance officer and vice president, University of Maryland Baltimore (UMB) joins Liz Clark, NACUBO’s vice president for policy and research, for a conversation on how UMB is approaching the transition from responding to the COVID-19 pandemic to recovery.
Dawn, a panelist on NACUBO’s Feb. 27 webcast that explored initial concerns and preparations, in this recording, discusses guiding principles, communications, and balancing the strategic goals of the institution with mitigate liabilities risk management considerations.
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