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All residence halls have been cleaned and prepared for student arrival . Training on public health measures and signs/ symptoms of COVID-19 will be provided for all live-in professionals, including residence directors, residence assistants, security personnel, and others in similar roles . Residential students will receive specific instructions on cleaning, PPE, and other supplies to bring with them to campus .
Residence hall move-ins will be coordinated by the Director of Housing and Residence Life . Physical distancing and face coverings will be required by everyone during move-in . A maximum of two family members can enter residence halls with students during move-in .
Students have access to free laundry machines in each residence hall . In order to minimize the possibility of dispersing the virus through the air, dirty laundry items should not be shaken . Items should be washed as appropriate in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions . If possible, launder items using the warmest appropriate water setting for the items and dry items completely . Clean and disinfect hampers or other carts for transporting laundry .
Any students who are symptomatic of COVID-19 and awaiting test results will be required to quarantine in the designated quarantine and isolation space while they await test results as will their roommate, if applicable . They will receive telehealth monitoring, meal deliveries, and be provided with appropriate supplies .

Any students who are COVID-19 positive will be moved to dedicated isolation spaces that have private rooms and are physically separated from other residential rooms . They will receive telehealth monitoring, meal deliveries, and appropriate supplies. For Quarantine and Isolation Rules and Safety Protocols, please click this link.
See the “Screening and Testing” section for more information on screening, testing, and other health and safety protocols .
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