The Department of Theatre & Dance is excited to welcome students, staff, and faculty back to campus this fall. We are keeping health and safety a top priority while continuing to provide incredible arts education.
Frequently Asked Questions
Each course is different, but most theatre and dance classes will be at least partially in-person. Instruction methods are posted in the Buff Portal so students know what to expect when registering for classes.
Yes. CU Infrastructure & Sustainability is teaming up with Facilities Management to check on needed modifications, including HVAC upgrades, barrier/plexiglass installations, or other major equipment installations.
Custodial services is also providing routine and frequent cleaning of public areas and disinfection of frequently touched surfaces (light switches, door knobs, etc.) and to help promote hand hygiene, the campus is providing an increased offering of hand sanitizer in areas of public access in campus buildings.
Prior access preferences established on Buff OneCards for students, faculty and staff will remain in place. Students, faculty and staff who normally have weekend and after-hours access to specific buildings will still have access to those buildings. The Aug. 17 changes mean that most buildings on campus will continue to be locked and require Buff OneCard swiping for access. However, the new protocols will provide broader access for students, faculty and staff than in recent months while teaching and learning have been fully remote.
After hours, you can contact the Operations Control Center (OCC) at 303-492-5522 or email@example.com. The OCC is operational 24 hours per day.