Campus Dining is preparing to welcome customers back to on-campus locations. Face masks or coverings will be required at all retail dining operations, and customers will be asked to comply with floor markings/stickers to ensure proper social distancing. In addition, all retail dining operations are mostly touch-free for customers. Once payment has been made, please practice social distancing while waiting to pick up your order. When picking up food or beverages, please make certain to touch only your own items. Seating in all campus dining areas has been reduced to comply with appropriate state and CDC guidelines.
All patrons visiting the CMU Bookstore, located in the Bovee University Center, are required to wear a face mask or covering. Follow directional signage and stand on decals signifying 6 feet of distance from the person in front and behind while in line. Store capacity may be impacted pending state of Michigan and CDC guidelines.
To maintain social distancing, it is recommended to have only one person per CMU vehicle. If more than one person is required to travel in a CMU vehicle to complete assigned work, the following conditions must be met with supervisor approval: maximum two people per vehicle; both passengers must wear a face covering; place the passenger in the back seat when possible; open windows; and clean and sanitize the vehicle after use.
CMU building coordinators serve as a communication link and liaison between Facilities Management and other CMU service departments for faculty, staff and students in their respective buildings.
The building coordinator is the primary contact person for communicating maintenance, building emergencies, cleaning and custodial services, and moving and delivery. They also can guide building occupants to the latest CMU COVID-19 guidance, assist in providing cleaning supplies and communicate requests for additional support related to COVID-19.
To find your building coordinator, please visit the
facilities operations list of building coordinators.
Cleaning and disinfection
Common areas are cleaned daily by custodial staff, with enhanced cleaning and disinfection of touch points based on CDC guidance. Cleaning supplies may be signed out and returned to the
building coordinator for areas requiring additional cleaning. Cleaning supplies will be available in each classroom for faculty and students whose choose to clean their chairs and desks between classes.
The Office of Laboratory and Field Safety has developed guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting laboratories and studio spaces, which can be found on the
Office of Research and Graduate Studies website.
Hand-sanitizer stations will be available at main building entrances.