Classrooms will look a bit different, with reduced capacities and configurations that provide 6 feet of physical distance on all sides of each desk and workstation. In some classrooms, excess furniture will be removed or moved aside, while others with fixed seating will have unused seating clearly marked.
- Pay attention to signs and sit only in designated seats
- All furniture and seating must stay in its designated location
- No food or drink is allowed in any classroom
- Follow all entrance and exit directional signs
Classes may be in person, but campus is operating with a significantly reduced in-person capacity (25% of classroom capacity and not more than 50 people).
Faculty office hours are remote. Some departmental offices may have walk-in availability.
High-risk activities such as recitals and theater and dance performances will be allowed in person, indoors and outdoors. All participants must wear face coverings and maintain physical distancing of no less than 12 feet for high-risk activities.
Low-risk in-person academic programming that includes educational activities, student group gatherings, professional development meetings, recruiting, scientific meetings and other activities that support the educational and research mission of the campus can be held in person. These activities can be held indoors and outdoors. These events will need to be scheduled through CU Events Planning & Catering (firstname.lastname@example.org). Non-CU entities will be allowed to participate in these activities. If food or beverages are planned, these must be grab-n-go items, and areas must be designated for food/drink consumption. In these areas, physical distancing will be maintained at a 6-foot minimum and additional cleaning staff will meet all county cleaning requirements for eating establishments.
All activities will be required to meet current campus policies. If a department or university group would like to host an event with attendance greater than current policy limits, the event organizers shall follow the exemption process described in the Events Guidance Policy.