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Coronavirus: Stay Informed

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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., Oct. 19

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.

Campus Guidelines for Students and Visitors

  • Complete a Daily Health Screening Questionnaire each day you will be on campus. If you are not cleared to be on campus, stay home and contact your instructor.
  • 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. Complete the Student Self Report form and you will be contacted for us to gather more information and to determine next steps including notifying your instructor(s) if necessary.
  • The college is requiring face coverings to be worn at all times inside all campus buildings. All individuals on campus in outdoor areas are expected to wear a face covering whenever others are present while physical distancing from others.
  • Maintain six feet distancing from any person (e.g., three average steps/two arms lengths apart). 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 hugging or shaking hands.
  • Avoid group gatherings, congregations of people and unnecessary visitors.
    • Do not linger or congregate in the parking lots, hallways or outside the main doors and while entering and exiting classrooms and buildings.
    • 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, breakrooms, couches, benches and open seating areas.
  • Practice good personal hygiene.
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or utilize hand sanitizer, especially before eating, after going to the bathroom, using handrails or touching common surfaces.
    • Avoid touching your nose, mouth or eyes.
    • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or elbow. Dispose of used tissue properly.
    • Do not share food, drink or other products that can easily transmit the virus.
  • Avoid common surfaces where possible, including chairs, door handles, etc.
    • Use automatic door openers or panic bars where present deploying them with your elbow or a barrier such as a paper towel or gloves.
    • You may be asked to help by cleaning and disinfecting areas before you use them (such as your desk or lab area).
  • Be aware of classroom and lab requirements in regard to COVID-19 protocols.
    • Eating and drinking is not permitted in any classroom or lab area.
    • Follow your instructor’s guidelines for seating as some areas may be closed or unavailable to ensure social distancing.
    • If you bring a backpack to class, keep it with you at your desk or personal area. Backpack storage areas or hooks will not be available for use.
  • Student services offices continue to work remotely with limited face-to-face services.
    • Be aware that some services will require an appointment. It is advisable to call ahead before coming to campus to use services such as advising, financial aid, the student success center, etc.
    • To allow more students in specific areas of student affairs (such as in the Student Success and Advising Services area), you are asked not to bring others with you when coming to campus. This would include parents, children, and friends.
    • While, TSIA testing will continue to be offered remotely, the Testing Center will be open for limited TSIA testing on Mondays and Tuesdays. For more information, email them at leetesting@lee.edu.
  • Set a good example. When you do your part to keep the campus safe and healthy it makes it easier for others to do theirs. Wear a face covering and keep your distance to let others know how important those actions are.

Employee Workplace Expectations & Guidelines

  • Complete a Daily Health Screening Questionnaire each day you will be on campus. If you are not cleared to be on campus, contact Human Resources. Faculty and supervisors must verify that their students and employees completed the Daily Health Screening and were cleared to be on campus.
  • 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. Notify your supervisor and Human Resources right away.
  • Always have a face covering on campus. The college is requiring face coverings to be worn at all times inside all campus buildings — unless you are alone in a private office. All individuals on campus in outdoor areas are expected to wear a face covering whenever physical distancing (e.g., six feet or more, three average steps/two arms lengths apart) is difficult. Other locations may be added as conditions warrant.
  • Maintain six feet distancing from any person (e.g., three average steps/two arms lengths apart). 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 hugging or shaking hands.
  • Avoid group gatherings, congregations of people and unnecessary visitors.
    • Do not linger or congregate in the parking lots, hallways or outside the main doors and while entering and exiting classrooms and buildings.
    • 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, breakrooms, couches, benches and open seating areas.
    • Convene meetings in ways that allow for social distancing and the inclusion of anyone joining remotely.
  • Practice good personal hygiene.
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or utilize hand sanitizer, especially before eating, after going to the bathroom, using handrails or touching common surfaces.
    • Avoid touching your nose, mouth or eyes.
    • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or elbow. Dispose of used tissue properly.
    • Do not share food, drink or other products that can easily transmit the virus.
  • Avoid common surfaces where possible, including chairs, door handles, etc. If not possible, use gloves or disinfect surface after use.
    • Use automatic door openers or panic bars where present deploying them with your elbow or a barrier such as a paper towel or gloves.
    • 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.
    • Routinely clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces in your workspace/office.
  • Ensure adequate infection control supplies are available for use in your department/office space: paper towels, hand sanitizer, facial tissues, disinfectant and personal protective equipment (if needed). Contact Maintenance to request new sanitation supplies or refills.
  • No eating or drinking in classrooms. In kitchen areas and open spaces, food must not be shared. Use disposable plates and utensils. Consult your continuity plan if you are planning to serve food.
    • In situations where food is served on campus, it must be in individually wrapped portions. "Buffet" style, self-served food (e.g., pizza, cake) is not allowed, even if the group is eating outside and socially distanced.
  • Set a good example. When you do your part to keep the campus safe and healthy it makes it easier for others to do theirs. Wear a face covering and keep your distance to let others know how important those actions are.

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