Learning, Teaching & Working on Campus

  1. Stay home and do not come to campus if you are not feeling well. Seek professional medical care as needed.
  2. If you are in a high-risk group, or if members of your immediate household are in a high-risk group, talk with your supervisor or college Dean to continue to make arrangements to work remotely, if possible.
  3. Practice physical distancing on campus. Work to keep at least six feet between you and others. Practice physical distancing away from campus, as well.
  4. Properly wear a face mask when interacting with others. You do not need to wear a face mask while working at your desk and practicing physical distancing.
  5. Hold meetings remotely whenever possible. Make this your first option.
  6. If you start to feel ill while on campus, go home and notify your supervisor, Student Coach or the Dean of Students via phone as soon as you can do so.
  7. Sanitize your workspaces before and after use with provided cleaning supplies.
  8. Continue to practice good hygiene. Wash your hands frequently using soap and water, use hand sanitizer and avoid touching your face.
  9. Reach out for support if you need it. Employees may contact EAP counselors at https://www.mutualofomaha.com/eap/ and students may access on-campus crisis counseling or online support services at https://www.bellevue.edu/student- support/center-for-health-and-safety/counseling-services/
  10. Stay informed about changes and new information. Look for frequent updates and detailed information for Bellevue University students/parents and employees on the COVID-19 web page (http://covid-19.bellevue.edu/) and via other university news channels.

These Phase 2 guidelines align with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization information, as well as state health directives.

As of 8/1/2020.