- each member of the campus community is responsible for keeping our community safe by wearing a mask (cloth face covering) outside of their office/room, washing/sanitizing hands frequently and keeping a proper physical distance of six feet.
- ensure 6-feet distance between all physical workspaces as well as between all students, faculty and staff wherever possible. limit, wherever possible, the sharing of equipment and other resources. sanitize community meeting spaces, before and after use. minimize group gatherings. if meeting in-person, all individuals must be able to maintain 6+ social distancing requirements and wear a mask.
- masks are required inside of all cmu buildings unless you are (1) in your office/room and (2) maintaining social distancing of six feet.
- masks are not required in outdoor spaces so long as six feet of physical distance is maintained.
- cdphe mask guidance
- if you are a student who needs an alternative to wearing a face mask (such as a face shield) due to a disability or other condition, visit the eas website or submit this online form to request accommodations.
cmu’s cleaning protocols are thorough and high-touch surfaces are receiving increased cleaning. academic buildings, public/administrative buildings and residence halls in-depth cleaning protocols can be found here.
if you come in close contact with someone who has tested positive for covid-19, you will be required to implement a 14-day self-quarantine measure and may be required to use leave if you are faculty or staff. (the cdc describes “close contact" as "anyone who was within six feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from 48 hours before the person began feeling sick until the time the patient was isolated.”
cmu is using scout to monitor the daily health of all students, faculty and staff. the scout wellness passport is a covid-19 symptom checker used to keep the cmu community safe. it is not a downloaded mobile app but a webpage you can access through mavzone. it's a tool to help the university identify when covid-19 is on campus in the early stages so we can stop the spread before it starts.
in addition to using scout daily, by logging into mavzone or your computer, you are affirming that you do not have any new symptoms consistent with covid-19.
yes. all cmu faculty, staff and students need to monitor their daily health through scout. the scout wellness passport is a covid-19 symptoms checker used to keep the cmu community safe. it's not a downloaded mobile app but a webpage you can access through mavzone. symptom checking is important because it is one of the first signs that tells us we have covid-19 on campus.
please remember as cdc guidelines on covid-19 symptoms change, scout will be updated. to ensure your safety and understanding of the latest guidelines, please use scout once a day.
yes, the rec center and natatorium are currently open and following mesa county public health guidelines.
yes, the outdoor program is currently in modified operations, open for rental but not leading any trips while following mesa county public health guidelines.
yes, the university center and the caf (dining hall) are currently open and following mesa county public health guidelines. cmu is encouraging students to utilize grab-n-go options as much as possible in these remaining two weeks prior to thanksgiving break.