Many students are committed to being here, masking up, sanitizing and keeping physical distance. Think of your friends and peers and mask up for one another. While it’s not ideal to wear a mask whenever you’re in public, it is one of the best ways to keep our germs to ourselves.
Isolation is no fun
2 weeks of no contact
If you test positive for COVID-19, you will be directed to isolate away from others for at least 10 days. This means no getting together with friends, going outside or grabbing a coffee. That’s tough, and we feel for you. You can significantly limit your risk by following health guidelines and always wearing a face covering when you’re around others.
A semester back home
If we can’t all commit to the health protocols, we’ll have to go remote. Remember the spring? Although everyone did their best during that season, we can agree that having some in-person classes is preferable.
However, in-person connections are fun (even if limited)
We’re fortunate to still be able to meet in person on campus right now. We’re still able to connect with friends and peers, enjoy learning on campus and enjoy Boulder. Let’s keep the goodness going by continuing to wear face coverings inside and outside, and not hosting or joining large gatherings.
As a university, we recognize our own responsibility to continually monitor our progress and adjust our plans as needed in response to changes in the environment and in the spread of COVID-19. Use the COVID-19 Updates site to stay on top of announcements.