Wear a Face Mask
Face masks are required inside all non-residential campus buildings, except when in an office that is not shared with others and the door is closed. Masks are not required outdoors, as long as a six-foot physical distance between persons can be maintained. Should you forget your mask or need an acceptable mask, you can pick one up at the Seawolf Service Center or the Student Center during their business hours.
Give Others Space
SSU encourages the campus community to be conscious of other community member’s space preferences. The most effective way to protect yourself and prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to practice physical distancing. Physical distancing, wherever possible, must be at least six feet of separation from those around you.
Check for Symptoms
Know the symptoms of COVID-19. If you feel sick, do not come to campus.
Ask for Help
The coronavirus pandemic has presented us with circumstances in which there is uncertainty. When you have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to these important contacts. The SSU community is here for you. Employees, please contact Personnel Services. Students, please contact Counseling and Psychology Services and the CARE Team for students
Stay in Touch
It’s more important than ever to check your SSU email and answer phone calls. At any point, you may receive information from health officials or the SSU COVID-19 Monitoring Team as part of COVID-19 contact tracing.
Guidance continues to change on the best practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19. SSU strives to keep our community updated. Check this website for the most current information.
Questions? Contact email@example.com with any COVID-related questions or to report a COVID-19 exposure.