WHAT CU IS DOING TO MAKE CAMPUS SAFER FOR STUDENTS, EMPLOYEES AND VISITORS


Since spring, Cameron University has been researching and implementing modifications to campus to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on the Aggie community. The photos below illustrate some of the actions taken during the summer to make the Fall 2020 semester safer for everyone. Cameron University continues to monitor the situation and will adjust plans as needed.


SOCIAL DISTANCING IN INSTRUCTIONAL AREAS


Wherever feasible, the university has established occupancy limits for campus spaces. Classroom entrances are posted with the maximum number of individuals allowed. In addition, seating is physically distanced.


SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THE LIBRARY


Library research and computer work stations are socially distanced.


SOCIAL DISTANCING IN HIGH-TRAFFIC AREAS


In heavy traffic areas, 6-foot spacing is clearly marked. Entrances and exits are designated with arrows to safely distance students, visitors and employees.


OTHER STEPS CAMERON UNIVERSITY IS TAKING



The wearing of masks is mandatory among everyone on campus, especially when social distancing is impossible. The university will make available masks to both students and employees.


Hand sanitizer stations are set up at many locations around campus.

CU has installed iWave air purifiers at select locations around campus. These systems use bi-polar Ionization to reduce pathogens, allergens and particles in the air, to significantly reduce a wide variety of pathogens including COVID-19. In addition, the university regularly cleans and disinfects restrooms, classrooms and high-traffic and high-touch areas of campus.