Dining Halls and Grab-n-GoResidence hall students can continue to pick up food from dining halls, markets, cafes and grab-n-gos but keep it small with six or less people. Students are encouraged to eat outside whenever possible but can eat in their residence halls in their assigned rooms.
RestaurantsIt’s still a great idea to order food for delivery or take away from restaurants. If you do go out to eat, do not go with more than five other people.
Groceries/Food suppliesConsider ordering groceries and food supplies for delivery or pick up. You are able to go into grocery stores but if possible we encourage you to order ahead.
Where you can eatYou can eat outside with nine other people and follow physical distancing requirements as long as the group is from no more than two households. 18- to 22-year-olds may visit restaurants, coffee shops, etc.) as long as physical distancing, masking and gathering limits are followed.
While moving about the community or campus, you must wear your facial covering and stay at least 6 feet apart from others.
- Outdoor activities are still allowed as long as you keep it to no more than six people. You must wear a face covering and stay 6 feet from others when you are outside.
- If you go to the Rec Center, you must make a reservation and go on your own.
- Group classes and workouts will be virtual during the period of the order. Find a list of free live virtual workouts offered each week.
- Consider riding a bike, walking, scootering or other means of transportation.
- If driving, you should keep it limited to one passenger in your vehicle unless absolutely necessary.
- You are discouraged from using ride share services like Uber or Lyft, or taking public buses. If it is necessary to use public transportation or share a ride with someone, make sure to wear a face covering and keep as much physical distance as possible.
- You may study anywhere on or off campus, as long as you keep it to no more than 10 people and are appropriately physically distanced from others.
- You may continue to reserve study space on campus if needed to access remote instruction or coursework (for example, in cases where a student needs a stable internet connection), or to study in between approved in-person lab, studio or performance courses.
- Work: You may go to work. You should follow public health policies and transportation advice.
- Travel: We strongly encourage students to stay in Boulder and to help reverse the spread by following the county order. If you’re feeling homesick, check out these tips to help you cope.
- You risk being charged with a misdemeanor subject to criminal and civil penalties and fines under the Boulder Municipal Court and can include a summons to appear in court.
- CU students will be reported to the Student Code of Conduct process for additional discipline, which include exclusion from campus, suspension, and, in the most severe cases, expulsion.