Return to Campus Workplace

Icon of a briefcase and clockSeattle University’s faculty and staff are on the front lines of the educational and co-curricular experience we deliver to our students. It is imperative that the university provides a teaching environment and workplace that is safe and supportive.

Safe Start Health Check

Faculty, staff, student workers and other employees who are returning to a campus workplace must complete the university’s online health screening Safe Start Health Check and receive approval to be on campus every day before reporting to work.

Students, faculty and staff who complete the health screening and are approved to be on campus will receive an automated email from the university with a notice of approval and the current date in large font, suitable for displaying to others from a distance of six feet away. Individuals on campus without this approval must immediately complete the screening and receive approval or leave campus. Willful or continued violations of this requirement should be reported to campus Public Safety.

Safe Start Health Check

Complete the self-assesment form to receive your notice of approval email.

Mandatory Online Health & Safety Training for Return to Campus Workplace

All faculty, staff, and student workers must complete the mandatory online health and safety training before returning to work on campus.
Learn More about the online training

Essential Toolkits for Returning to Campus

Resources ready to print and post. Check back for updates and additional resources.

 
Guide for Returning to the Campus Workplace

Guide for Returning to the Campus Workplace

Symptoms and Exposure Checklist

Symptoms and Exposure Checklist

COVID-19 Safety Practices Communications Templates Catalog

COVID-19 Safety Practices Communications Templates Catalog

COVID-19 Face Covering Policy

COVID-19 Face Covering Policy

COVID-19 CAMPUS SAFETY MATRIX

COVID-19 CAMPUS SAFETY MATRIX

COVID-19 Community Protection Supply Procedure

COVID-19 Community Protection Supply Procedure

Page last updated
September 22, 2020

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