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Spring 2022 Updates/COVID-19


We are still required to follow the health and safety guidelines that were communicated on June 21, 2021.

These health and safety protocols do not apply to instructional activities (classroom/laboratory) or intercollegiate athletic events. Guidelines for these activities and events will be provided in the near future.

Indoor Meetings and Events (On-Campus/Off-Campus)

  • Make room reservations using 25Live or the applicable scheduling process for a particular space.
  • Reduced room capacity is no longer required.
  • Provide hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes. (Request supplies online from the campus Warehouse)
  • Contact Facilities Management to schedule any additional cleaning services.
  • Face Coverings:
    - All members of our campus community (students, employees, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated) are encouraged but not required to wear a face covering indoors. 
  • Physical Distancing:
    - There are no longer any physical distancing requirements.
  • Event guests (who are not employees or students):
    - Event invitations to community guests should include the reminders shared below. 
    • Event organizers may download this information to post at the event entrance and for use on social media and event flyers. 
    • Guests should complete the Daily Health Screening Questionnaire in advance of coming to campus. If the screening questionnaire results in the guest receiving a red X, the guest should not attend the event. 
    • If guests become ill within two (2) days after the event, they must notify the event host. The host will then contact the campus Office of EHS/Risk Management at 559.278.6910 or via

Outdoor Events and Activities

  • Face coverings are not required regardless of vaccination status, but highly encouraged if cannot socially distance.
  • There are no physical distancing requirements.

If you have any questions about following these guidelines, contact Lisa Kao, director of Environmental Health and Safety/Risk Management at or Amy Luna, manager of Emergency Operations at