7 Ways to Keep Our Community Safe
As Roadrunners return to campus, they should follow these health and safety guidelines. See the video >
These protocols were developed to protect the health and safety of all Roadrunners. Please keep in mind that this is a shared responsibility. Each of us needs to act with a spirit of generosity and do our part to keep our community healthy.
Per Denver Department of Public Health and Environment's face coverings public health order updated May 6, 2021, we have updated our mask protocols:
Masks are required indoors. Masks will not be required in:
Bandanas and buffs are not acceptable face coverings.
While teaching, faculty may wear face shields if they can maintain a minimum of 12 feet from students during class. Once lecturing has concluded, the faculty member needs to wear a face mask.
Each member of the campus community is required to perform this self-assessment prior to leaving home.If you are not feeling well or have any of the following symptoms, please do not come to campus.
If you answer "yes" to any of the following symptoms/circumstances, please call the Health Center at Auraria at 303-615-9999 for a phone consultation. A medical provider will assess your health status and advise you as to next steps. Do not come to campus until you are medically cleared to do so.
Do you have any of the following symptoms? Yes or No
Situational questions - Yes or No