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Return to Campus Guidelines

Campus access is restricted. If you're an employee or student with approval to be on campus, please follow these safety guidelines and procedures.

Vulnerable Populations
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Vulnerable populations stay at home
No Large Gatherings
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No large gatherings together in a room or building area
Physical Distancing
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Maintain physical distancing (a minimum of 6 feet)
Face Coverings
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Wear face coverings in public. Cloth face covers must be worn in all MC buildings, worksites, vehicles and other work spaces. Face covers must fully cover the nose, mouth, and chin. Face covers should be laundered at end of every day.

 Self Assess
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Do a self-assessment every day. Before coming to MC, assess your own health for new symptoms: fever (100.4 F or higher), chills, cough, sore throat, muscle aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea. If you are experiencing any symptoms, or if you have been in contact in the past two weeks with someone diagnosed with COVID or showing symptoms, consult a doctor before you return to campus.

Do a self-assessment every day. Before coming to MC, assess your own health for new symptoms: fever (100.4 F or higher), chills, cough, sore throat, muscle aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea. If you are experiencing any symptoms, or if you have been in contact in the past two weeks with someone diagnosed with COVID or showing symptoms, consult a doctor before you return to campus.

 

COVID-19 Reporting

Any positive COVID-19 test results, possible exposures, or other concerns must be reported to Public Safety at 240-567-3333 or publicsafety@montgomerycollege.edu. All reports are confidential. Response actions will be initiated by Environmental Safety. See Testing, Tracing, and Reporting for information on confirmed cases and contact tracing at MC.

Required Training

All employees and students must complete the Return to Campus webinar before coming to campus. Supervisors must also complete the Guidance for Supervisors webinar.

To access the trainings, log in to MyMCnew window and go to the Training and Professional Development tab. Go to MCLearns then click the "Required Training" button.

Please note: the trainings will be unavailable from December 5 through December 18, 2020, as we transition to a new training system. 

Number of trainings completed as of December 5, 2020:
Return to Campus webinar: 737
Guidance for Supervisors webinar: 137

Check In Upon Arrival to Campus

  • You must check in with Public Safety at the entrance of the building (buildings listed below) to verify you are permitted to be on campus. 
  • Make sure you have your face covering and have completed the required COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment  prior to check-in. 
  • Unauthorized students and visitors will not be permitted to enter. 
  • Allow yourself some extra time in the event there is a delay at the check-in area. 

Screening: COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment via Questionnaire

 For your health and safety, each day you will need to complete an online self-assessment screening before coming to campus. The data is NOT saved, stored or retained by the College. 

  • Complete the online form prior to leaving your home to travel to campus. If you answer YES to any of these symptoms you are required to STAY HOME. Contact your healthcare provider and your instructor. If you answer NO to all, you may proceed to the campus. 
  • Upon arrival to campus, show the email with the green check and timestamp to the College-appointed designee.
  • If you do not have access to the internet on your phone, a paper questionnaire will be available at the Public Safety check-in area.
  • Anyone self-identifying a health issue SHALL NOT come to campus and is advised to contact a healthcare provider as soon as possible.

Return to Campus Guidelines: Video 

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