Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility

Campus leaders have been working continuously to establish policies and protocols for the safety of the campus community. A safe and successful semester will require every one of us to understand our personal responsibility for ensuring our own safety and our collective responsibility to protect each other’s safety. We expect everyone in the community to stay informed about current campus requirements.

Policies and Procedures

  • Reporting Covid-19 (For Faculty and Staff)

    To report a positive case, please fill out Covid-19 Reporting Form.

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  • How to Upload Your Vaccination Card

    The Human Resources Employee Tracking System has been updated and employees are able to upload their vaccination cards. Within HRETS, the vaccination card can be uploaded to your Employee Data Sheet (EDS).

    To upload your vaccination card, first scan and upload your vaccination card to your computer. If you already provided your vaccine information, you do not need to upload it into HRETS. To access HRETS and the EDS, please follow these steps:

    To access HRETS, please visit the Faculty And Staff website:

    1. Click on the Personnel and Employment Tab
    2. Click the HRETS Link
    3. Enter your PC user name and password to access HRETS.

    Once you access HRETS:

    1. Click on the Employee Datasheet​ link listed under the Personnel ETS Options (bottom left). Your own Employee Datasheet will open.
    2. Review all of your personal data listed under each tab to ensure that it’s correct and up-to-date (especially Demographics, Degree and Emergency Information). Please make sure to save your edits.
    3. Click the COVID Vaccine Document Tab
    4. Click Choose File and upload your vaccination card
    5. Please enter a file description
    6. Click Save File

    Thank you for adhering to our health and safety requirements.

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  • Mpox Information

    Visit the Health Services website for more information on mpox.

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Face Coverings and PPE

Employees should stay informed regarding current community levels and follow guidance accordingly.

Immunocompromised individuals and those at high risk for severe illness should take additional precautions such as wearing a high quality mask, avoiding non-essential indoor gatherings, having a plan for rapid testing, and discussing other needs with their health care provider.

If you have a household member or social contact with someone at high risk, please consider self-testing before contact and wearing a mask when indoors with them.

If an individual is unable to wear a face covering for a medical or health related reason, they must contact Human Resources (Kathleen x5961, or Ricardo x6086, ) immediately.


The campus Custodial staff will be focused on the intensive and frequent cleaning and disinfecting of public spaces. For this reason, and to minimize person-to-person contact in smaller office spaces, all employees are asked to perform the disinfecting for their own workspaces and high-touch surfaces (e.g. doorknobs, light switches, keyboards, telephones).

Facilities Management will provide disinfectant and sanitizer to every department.

If You’re Sick, Stay Home

Employee self-awareness and responsibility are critical to maintaining a healthier community. Employees should stay home if they are sick.

Vulnerable Populations

Employees who have underlying health issues, or are at increased risk for contracting the virus, should speak to the Reasonable Accommodation Officer.

Frequently Asked Questions