Learning, Teaching & Working on Campus
- Stay home and do not come to campus if you are not feeling well. Seek professional medical care as needed.
- 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.
- Practice physical distancing on campus. Work to keep at least six feet between you and others. Practice physical distancing away from campus, as well.
- 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.
- Hold meetings remotely whenever possible. Make this your first option.
- 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.
- Sanitize your workspaces before and after use with provided cleaning supplies.
- Continue to practice good hygiene. Wash your hands frequently using soap and water, use hand sanitizer and avoid touching your face.
- 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/
- 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.