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Coronavirus: Stay Informed

COVID-19 CAMPUS RISK LEVEL 2, Orange: Significant Uncontrolled Community Transmission. See Campus Risk Level in right sidebar for more information.
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Daily Health and Safety Report

Students, dual-credit students, faculty, staff, and visitors must complete the Daily Health Screening Form every day that they go to the Main Campus, McNair Campus, LCEC Liberty Center, or to a high school classroom where a dual-credit course is taught.

Daily Health and Safety Form


LATEST UPDATE: Mon., Sept. 21

Here are Campus Guidelines for Students and Employees:

Safety Protocols for Students

Be safe. Be prepared.

Our top priority is your safety. If you are coming to a face-to-face class on any campus (including our high school dual credit classes), please be sure to follow these protocols:

  1. Complete the daily Health and Safety Form prior to arriving to campus.
  2. If you answer ‘Yes’ to any of the health questions, stay home. Complete the Student COVID Exposure Self-Report.
  3. Bring a mask or face covering every day. It must be worn at all times. See additional guidelines below.

The Lee College Main Campus Safety Checkpoint will be located in Parking Lot 1 between ATC and Rundell Hall. Follow the guidance of Campus Security and the Security Monitors as they direct you where to go.

  1. Stay in your vehicle through the Safety Checkpoint
  2. Present your picture ID (student ID, driver’s license, etc.) by holding it next to the window. Your name will be checked against the daily Health and Safety Report submissions.
  3. Once approved, you will be given a colored wristband for the day. This must be worn at all times while on campus.
    1. If you are not approved, you will be instructed to return home and complete the Student COVID Exposure Self Report.
  4. After you have been processed, you may park near your classroom and go to class. Don’t forget your mask.

We are excited to welcome you back to campus! Please be sure to follow all guidance provided to ensure the safest possible learning experience.

Here are some additional guidelines you should follow while on campus:

Campus Guidelines for Students

  1. Wear a protective face mask while on campus. We want to protect students, staff, and faculty as well as our families and friends at home.
  2. Maintain six feet distancing from any person. Practice gracious behavior by being mindful and respectful of where others are located as we begin the process of reopening the campus in the midst of a pandemic.
  3. Do not linger or congregate in the parking lots, hallways, or outside the main doors and while entering and exiting classrooms and buildings.
  4. Common areas will be closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to help maintain social distancing. These areas include water fountains, vending machines, couches, benches, and open seating areas.
  5. You are permitted to bring water with you if drinks are permitted in your classroom. Bottled water will be provided in some areas; check with your instructor.
  6. Some longer classes will allow breaks for meals. Check with your instructor regarding seating as most common areas will be closed.
  7. If you bring a backpack to class, keep it with you or at your desk. Backpack storage shelves or hooks will not be available for use.
  8. Avoid hugging, shaking hands, and touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  9. Carry tissues to sneeze, cough, or blow your nose.
  10. Wash hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds. Before eating, after going to the bathroom, using handrails, or touching common surfaces.
  11. Avoid common surfaces where possible including chairs, door handles, etc. If not possible, use gloves or disinfect surface after use.
  12. Use automatic door openers where present deploying them with your elbow or a barrier such as a paper towel or gloves.
  13. Stay home if you are experiencing any COVID-19 related symptoms or think you have been possibly exposed to a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Employee Workplace Expectations & Guidelines

All employees are expected to fully comply with the policies, protocols and guidelines. Failure to do so may result in corrective action.

  1. Wear a protective face covering while on campus and in the presence of others. We want to protect students, staff and faculty, as well as our families and friends at home.
  2. Maintain six feet distancing from any person. Practice gracious behavior by being mindful and respectful of where others are located as we begin the process of reopening the campus in the midst of a pandemic. Avoid congregations of people and unnecessary visitors.
  3. Do not linger or congregate in the parking lots, hallways or outside the main doors and while entering and exiting classrooms and buildings.
  4. Common areas will be closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to help maintain social distancing. These areas include water fountains, vending machines, break rooms, couches, benches and open seating areas.
  5. Avoid hugging, shaking hands and touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  6. Carry tissues to sneeze, cough or blow your nose.
  7. Wash hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds where possible or utilize hand sanitizer before eating, after going to the bathroom, using handrails or touching common surfaces.
  8. Avoid common surfaces where possible, including chairs, door handles, etc. If not possible, use gloves or disinfect surface after use.
  9. Ensure adequate infection control supplies are available for use: paper towels, hand sanitizer, facial tissues, disinfectant and personal protective equipment (if needed).
  10. Use automatic door openers where present deploying them with your elbow or a barrier such as a paper towel or gloves.
  11. Doors to classrooms should be propped open for students to arrive and leave without touching the door knobs. Depending on the nature of the business operations performed, offices with frequent visitors may also do the same.
  12. Ensure good air exchange in all rooms; AC working properly and bay doors opened in shop areas while occupied.
  13. Stay home if you are experiencing any COVID-19 related symptoms or think you have been possibly exposed to a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.

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