It’s time to focus forward.
Together, the Central Michigan University community is facing the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, advancing our educational mission while protecting health and safety. Now we aim to start strong for the fall 2020 semester. Read on for vital information.
As CMU continues its response to challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Emergency Management team makes decisions based on meeting the following goals:
Everyone has a personal responsibility to practice social distancing, frequent handwashing, cough/sneeze etiquette, proper tissue usage and disposal, avoidance of touching their face, and respecting others.
All students, staff, faculty, guests and visitors to campus are required to adhere to the policies, protocols and guidelines presented here. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary or corrective action.
Faculty, staff and students must be free of symptoms each day before coming to campus.
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To reduce the risk of spreading the virus, stay at least six feet — or about two arms' lengths — from others.
The university requires everyone to wear a covering over their nose and mouth indoors, except when alone in residences or enclosed workspaces.
Good habits and reorganized spaces can make daily activities safer.
New procedures and policies are in effect to protect the health of the CMU community.
Everyone on campus shares responsibility for keeping surfaces clean in common and public spaces.
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