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Fall 2020 Reopening Plan FAQs

Last updated: August 6, 2020


What should students expect for their first day of class?

Many courses, but not all, will meet online for their first meeting. Please check your email for specific instructions from your professors.


When will students be informed of what days/weeks they attend each of their classes?

You will hear from your professor no later than Friday before classes begin. This information will also be posted to the D2L course page.

How much of the instruction for fall will be hybrid, online, and face-to-face?

Social distancing requirements limit the number of face-to-face classes to those that can only be taught in that format.

Under the current plan, 75% of instruction for fall 2020 will be offered in a hybrid format, 20% fully online, and 5% face-to-face.  Students can see the type of instruction modality on their tranguid. These percentages may change as additional courses are added to meet demand.

Are required math or English Learning Support courses fully online this semester? Can I avoid taking the course(s) in a hybrid or online format

Contact the director or assistant director of Learning Support to discuss circumstances and request assistance in adjusting class schedules.

What are the different ways classes are being taught this semester?

  • F - Fully at a distance - All or nearly all of the class sessions are delivered via technology. The course does not require students to travel to a classroom for instruction; however, it might require students to travel to a site to attend an orientation or to take exams. (This is generally equivalent to delivering more than 95 percent of sessions via technology.)
  • P - Partially at a distance - Technology is used to deliver more than 50 percent of class sessions, but visits to a classroom (or similar site) are required.
  • H - Hybrid - Technology is used to deliver 50 percent or less of class sessions, but at least one class session is replaced by technology.
  • H1 - Hybrid: 25-50% face-to-face (F2F) instruction - Technology is used to deliver 50-75 percent of class sessions. Segments of the class attend the classroom on a regular rotation based on classroom capacity with social distancing. Students will be notified of their attendance requirements prior to the first day of class.
  • H2 - Hybrid: < 25% F2F instruction - Technology is used to deliver more than 75% of class sessions. Segments of the class attend the classroom on a regular rotation with social distancing. Students will be notified of their attendance requirements prior to the first day of class.
  • H3 - Hybrid: variable F2F instruction - Technology is used to deliver a percentage of class sessions. Segments of the class may attend the classroom on a regular rotation. The class format may necessitate close physical proximity with others. Additional safety precautions may be necessary. Students will be notified of their attendance requirements and additional safety requirements prior to the first day of class.
  • T - Technology enhanced - Technology is used in delivering instruction to all students in the section, but no class sessions are replaced by technology.
  • No technology - No technology is used in delivering instruction.

What should students expect from online finals?

For synchronous exams in F2F and hybrid courses, consult the final exam schedule and the course syllabus.

For hybrid courses, your exam will be scheduled according to the start time of the course (e.g., 8 a.m.) and its meeting format (e.g., MWF) listed in Banner and not based on your individual required attendance directed by your faculty to maintain social distancing (e.g., Mondays only or every other Wednesday, etc.). 

For online courses, consult your syllabus and/or your instructor.

On days students are not in the classroom, will they need to log into their class at certain times?

Students must check the course schedule created by their instructor to find details specific to their class.

Will professors be given microphones to be heard clearly through their masks? 

While we have outfitted many classrooms with microphones, not all classrooms will feature this technology.

Labs & Clinicals

Will nursing students be able to participate in clinicals or will it be an online version of clinicals?

All of our CHSP programs are working with our community clinical partners to return to clinical education in the hospitals and outpatient settings. Our healthcare programs have implemented higher fidelity simulated clinical experiences and virtual clinical experiences to supplement clinical education that has been limited due to COVID-19. 

This is an ongoing operation and is greatly influenced day-to-day by CDC guidelines and current status of viral spread in our communities. 

Due to many faculty and students working in clinical settings, all students and faculty within the College of Health Sciences and Professions will follow CDC infection control guidance for healthcare workers.

How will nursing students be prepared for the NCLEX, if they are unable to have normal clinicals?

The Department of Nursing is working with both the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) to ensure student readiness for NCLEX examination.

How will UNG conduct lab classes online, if need be?

If labs need to be moved online, instructors will make videos of someone performing the actual experiments and then give the data to the students for analysis, calculations, and the writing of a lab report.

In cases where labs cannot be videoed, the data will be given directly to the students with an explanation of how it was collected. Students will then perform the data analysis and write a lab report.

Face Coverings and Masks

Will wearing masks be mandatory for students?

Yes. Effective July 15, use of face coverings is required by students, faculty, staff, and visitors in UNG buildings and facilities where six feet of social distancing may not be possible. Face covering use will be in addition to and is not a substitute for social distancing. Face coverings are not required in one's own residence hall room or suite, when alone in an enclosed office or study room, or in campus outdoor settings where social distancing requirements are met.

Anyone not using a face covering when required will be asked to wear one or must leave the area. Repeated refusal to comply with the requirement may result in discipline through the applicable conduct code for faculty, staff or students. Reasonable accommodations may be made for those who are unable to wear a face covering for documented health reasons.

Will the school provide masks to students?

Yes. UNG will provide all students and employees with a reusable, washable cloth face covering. Students will be able to receive these masks through various distribution events and activities when they come to campus this fall.

When and where will the face masks be distributed for all students?

The masks will be distributed prior to the start of the semester through drive-in events and at welcome tents on campus during the first week of classes. The UNG bookstores will also have masks available for purchase.

How do I report someone not complying with wearing a mask?

Contact the Dean of Students for the campus or use the See Something, Say Something form, which can be submitted anonymously.

A university representative will follow up with the student to determine either if the student has an approved accommodation or if the university can assist the student in complying with the current mask policy.

Intentional disregard for the mask mandate can result in disciplinary action.

How do you request to be exempt from wearing a face mask?

Students with a documented disability that prevents them from being able to safely wear a mask should contact Student Disability Services for assistance with obtaining accommodations.

Events & Social Distancing on Campus

How will student organizations and events function?

Student organizations and the opportunities they provide students are critical components of the student experience. Social distancing will not allow for many of the traditional activities and events that students have come to enjoy and expect. In that spirit, UNG will plan for providing alternate activities and experiences that promote social distancing and engagement at the same time.

The university will also plan for ways to support student organizations in planning for different types of organizational meetings, activities, fundraisers, etc.  

The Office of Student Involvement will develop and distribute guidelines for student organizations regarding recruitment, event planning, and the approval process. 

Off-Campus Events

All student organizations and UNG departments are discouraged from hosting events off-campus.

Any student organization wishing to do so should consult with the Office of Student Involvement; all other units should consult with the Office of University Events

All student organizations and UNG departments must follow public health guidelines regarding social distancing and sanitation and should abide by guidelines set for on-campus events in terms of the number of attendees.

Will students be expected to socially distance in the dining hall or at events?

Students will be expected to abide by health and safety measure set forth by the CDC. As such, dining and event spaces will be set up to meet social distancing requirements.

Will students still be able to socialize on campus or in dorms?

Spaces around campus will be set in a manner to meet social distancing requirements but also in a manner for students to be able to interact with one another.

For residence halls, in-room visitation will be prohibited to adhere to social distancing requirements, and guests will not be permitted. Students must meet and visit with any guests, even friends who live inside the residence halls, outside of the residence halls

What are the restrictions regarding group/event size? How will this be enforced? What happens if an assembly exceeds the limit?

Meeting and event capacities will be limited to the new room capacity limits that allow for proper social distancing.  In many cases room capacities are at 25% of fire code. Current CDC guidelines are that groups should be no larger than 50 people.

When requesting space, groups will be asked to give expected attendance and a room for that size will be reserved if available.  Groups that violate room capacities will have their reservation privileges removed.

What will in-person orientation be like?

Will graduation be scheduled for before or after Thanksgiving break?

A celebration for graduates will be scheduled for after Thanksgiving break.

Student Life

How will UNG be helping incoming freshmen with their transition to college, given limited events?

While things will look different, all of our offices and services are open and available to students to help with their transition. Students will be able to interact in person and virtually with departments. Student Life events will still be available in a variety of formats.

Will the libraries be open?

Yes, the libraries will operate as needed. Social distancing will be actively encouraged throughout the libraries, which may result in a reduced number of students in study rooms, additional online checkout protocols, and delays in some services.

Will the Rec Center be open? How will it operate safely?

UNG is planning to open the Campus Recreation and Wellness facilities on campus.

We will follow the protective safety/wellness measures and guidelines as recommended by USG which include actions such as: 

  • Re-organizing and designating which pieces of fitness equipment are operable to accommodate social distancing.
  • Sanitizing equipment after each use and utilizing a green and red colored, flip card system, to easily identify which equipment pieces are ready (green) for use or which require sanitizing (red) ("green is clean").
  • Face coverings will be required to enter and move throughout the facility but will not need to be worn while working out.
  • Consistent and additional cleaning/sanitizing protocols and schedules are in place.
  • Rooms and areas will have specific capacity limits to meet social distancing requirements.
  • Programming activities that allow for social distancing. For example: use of outdoor spaces, formats that involve performing specific sport skills and/or stamina challenges rather than contact sports.

Will students be required to bring dining hall food to their dorm rooms?

No. While capacity may be limited in the dining hall, students may still enjoy their meals there. There will also be an abundance of tables and chairs outside on the upper plaza. On certain days when there is inclement weather, the Banquet Hall may be available for seating.

Chow House Diner will be a pick-up only location through the Transact Mobile Ordering App.

Are the grab-and-go meals included in the student's meal plan?

Yes, the grab-and-go meals are included in the student's meal plan. Chow House Diner will be a pick-up only location through the Transact Mobile Ordering App.

How will the shuttle buses run with reduced capacity?

Will there be intramural sports?

Yes, there will be intramural sports. These will be more skill-based challenges than team-based. There were also be many virtual leagues and events to join for a variety of eSports.

Corps of Cadets & FROG Week

What is the plan for cadets testing positive during FROG week?

If a cadet tests positive, the cadet will be sent home to recover. Once fully recovered, the cadet CAN return to the Corps of Cadets. While the cadet is recovering at home, the Commandant's staff will work with the cadet and UNG professors on ways for the cadet to participate in academic classes.

The Commandant will determine, on a case-by-case basis, to determine if the cadet should participate in FROG week next semester.

Will the corps still accept cadets if they are not able to complete or attend FROG week?

Yes, the cadet will be accepted into the Corps of Cadets. The Commandant will determine, on a case-by-case basis, to determine if the cadet should participate in FROG week next semester.

If a cadet tests positive during FROG week, will this prevent them from receiving their ROTC scholarship?

The positive test would not impact their ROTC scholarship unless the student was unable to return to campus and the ROTC Scholarship was paying for the cadet's room and board. ROTC Scholarship pays tuition and fees or room and board.

The Military Department and Office of Financial Aid will work with the cadet to address this. This would only be a challenge if the cadet is unable to return to campus. The cadet would go home and return to the UNG campus once they have met the CDC requirements to return to campus.

Depending on when the cadet tested positive, they will work with Cadet Command to determine when they would need to complete FROG week.

Will cadets be expected to wear a mask while they do PT every morning?

All PT formations, exercises and running will account for social distancing, so no masks will be worn during PT.

Do COVID-19 measures differ for cadets?

Cadets will follow the same COVID-19 measures as other students, with a few additions. Cadets will carry a face covering as part of their uniform.

Cadets will participate in a health screening when the cadet first arrives on campus and on a routine basis to mitigate the health risks. Cadets will maintain social distancing during formations, physical training, labs, and field training.

Cadets will follow university guidance on the use of face coverings in university facilities, including classrooms, and will be asked to put on face coverings when social distancing cannot be maintained during training. 

Residence Life

How will things work in the residence halls?

Residence Life is working hard to create a residential community where students can still feel connected and engaged even in these socially distant times.

Virtual and socially distanced opportunities are carefully being planned for students to interact with one another within the residence halls as well as across campus.

Visit information for residential students to learn more.

Will I be allowed to have off-campus students as visitors?

In-room visitation will be prohibited during the social distancing phase. Students must meet and visit with any guests outside of the residence halls.

What are the social distancing requirements in the residence halls?

  • Community bathrooms will be limited to no more than 3 people at a time.
  • Community kitchens will have limited capacity, which varies by building.
  • Students must provide their own cooking utensils.
  • Common area lobbies will be closed for fall 2020.
  • Elevators will have a one-person capacity.

Will students be able to have visitors in their room if they live in the same building?

No. Only students who live in the room may be in the room. In-room visitation will be prohibited while social distancing is required. Guests will not be permitted within the residence halls. Students must meet and visit with any guests, even friends who live inside the residence halls, outside of the residence halls.

Are parents allowed inside the residence halls at move-in?

Non-cadet students may bring no more than two guests to assist with move-in. All guests must be out of the residence halls by 8 p.m. on move-in day.

If we go virtual and students are sent home, will students keep their dorm assignment for when they return?

Yes, students will keep their dorm assignment.

Is there a fall move out date/schedule? 

North Georgia Suites, The Commons, Owen Hall, and the non-cadet floor in Patriot Hall will remain open between fall and spring semesters. 

Traditional residence halls (Lewis Hall, Lewis Annex, and Donovan Hall) will close for Thanksgiving on Wednesday, November 25, at 6 p.m. and will reopen at noon on Sunday, November 29. Traditional residence halls will close again when finals complete at 6 p.m. on Friday, December 4.

Will students be required to wear mask in dorm common areas?


If myself or my roommate is exposed to the virus, what are the procedures for quarantining?

Residential students (cadets and non-cadets) who test positive for COVID-19 or who are in direct contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 will be advised to make arrangements to leave campus and remain in self-isolation.

Direct contacts are individuals who have been within 6 feet of a person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 for more than 15 minutes without the use of masks or other protective measures.

Will RA's be enforcing cleaning of student rooms?

Students will be responsible for cleaning their own rooms/suites/apartments. Basic cleaning tips will be provided to residents prior to move-in via video and addressed in their first virtual hall meeting.

Student staff will check-in virtually with their residents using GroupMe, texts, and social media applications.

Facilities & Classroom Set-Ups

Will water fountains be functional?

As a safety precaution, only the water bottle filling mechanism on water fountains should be used.

How are classrooms being changed to support social distancing requirements?

Classrooms have been arranged to allow students to sit six feet away from each other.

Some courses requiring a lab, clinical or practicum have developed customized plans to allow students to complete assignments.

Will there be cleaning of classrooms between classes?

Hand sanitizer and cleaning materials will be available in every classroom for use in sanitizing the instructional space.

How were the original occupancy targets obtained?

Facilities staff visited each instructional space and determined the maximum seats a room should be able to accommodate based on the floor area and the type of furniture in the space (moveable or fixed).

These assessments were compared to other information being shared by other USG institutions.

Typically, this assessment indicated that most spaces on UNG campuses could accommodate between 25% and 50% of full capacity while still maintaining 6 feet of separation between the students.

How was 6 ft of separation determined?

Prevailing research indicates the COVID-19 spreads primarily due to transfer of water droplets from one person to another through the respiratory system, and the CDC recommends 6 feet of separation to prevent the spread of the virus. 

At UNG, this measurement was based on the distance between each masked individual. This may result in situations where parts of seats are closer together than six feet, but the position of the person in the seat should maintain the 6 feet of separation.

Can less than the stated occupancy be scheduled in a space?

Yes, the occupancy limits represent the largest number of occupants a space can accommodate. Faculty may schedule less students in each room as long as they do not change the stated modality of instruction without approval.

How will spaces be configured for the start of classes?

Facilities staff will relocate furniture in instructional spaces to achieve the highest number of possible occupants while maintaining 6 feet of separation between each occupant.

Information Technology staff will collaborate on furniture and computer equipment arrangement in spaces utilizing fixed computers.

How will we know how to reconfigure rooms if the seating gets rearranged?

There will be a seating layout and occupancy limit information posted in each room.


What academic accommodations are available for students who are at a higher risk for COVID-19 infections or have concerns about attending face-to-face classes?

UNG is updating the modalities of courses with hybrid or totally online and we encourage students to review their schedule to verify the modality of their courses and then to make adjustments, if necessary. If a student has a documented disability or is immune-compromised, we will do our best to accommodate them. These students should contact Student Disability Services to establish the need for accommodations.

Members of my immediate family are high risk and I do not want to expose them. How do I get into online classes that I need that are already full?

Many of our practices at UNG have continued to evolve to try to keep our students safe and to meet their academic goals. Faculty have been making adjustments to the academic schedule to provide various types of modality to deliver courses. Many of the hybrid courses will require minimal face-to-face participation. Please see our various course modality or delivery options. 

UNG will provide alternate educational arrangements for students who fall into one of the CDC categories as high risk for COVID-19, but cannot guarantee the same options for students who live with someone at high risk. Instead, we encourage these students to reach out to their instructors to determine if there are reasonable ways to manage the concerns. Alternatively, students may explore UNG online and eCore options available and to adjust their schedules accordingly. While students may adjust schedules on their own, students should seek the advice of their Academic Advisor to assist in choosing course options that apply to the student’s Plan of Study.  

UNG continues to look for ways to support our students and their academic goals. If students have extreme circumstances, they may contact the Dean of Students at

If a student is required to quarantine, will they be able to livestream their class? 

No, UNG does not have the capacity to livestream from all classrooms. Students need to communicate with their instructors for alternative options; the Dean of Students can facilitate this process if requested.

Contingency Plans

If the university switches to fully online instruction during the semester, and we have no more face-to-face classes, would it be financially cheaper and would students receive refunds to match this change for the invoice we paid for the fall semester?

The mode of instruction for fall semester is subject to change due to covid-19. Please note that the tuition rates for face-to-face and online instruction are the same, so it is unlikely that there would be any refunds on tuition if the mode of instruction changes. If the USG and UNG convert to a fully remote instruction mode at any point during the semester, we would receive guidance from the USG about refunds for mandatory fees and communicate that information to students.

If courses go fully online later in the fall, will the withdrawal without academic penalty deadline be extended as it was during spring?

An extension of the academic withdrawal deadline was implemented in the spring based on the late move from a predominantly face-to-face schedule of courses to online.

A number of variables will be considered in making future determinations, which will likely include the timing of implementing contingency operations as well as the impact of the contingency on existing course formats. However, UNG will continue to make student success a top priority.

Is there a plan currently in place to move classes online in the event that an outbreak occurs? Under what conditions would those plans apply?

Upon determination by the University System of Georgia (USG) and the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) that the number of COVID-19 cases has made it so that the university can no longer function safely, alternative plans will be enacted. Any alteration of current plans will be in coordination with the USG.

What happens if there are hotspots in our area, but not other parts of the state; will the USG allow institutional decisions about operations?

Yes, there will be some flexibility in how we can respond to local conditions.

COVID-19 Testing & Protocols

Can I be required to participate in a temperature check?

Students are asked to check their temperature as part of self-screening for COVID-19 related symptoms before returning to campus and before coming to campus each day.

Student workers may also be asked in certain situations to take their temperature. Additionally, in certain labs where social distancing may not be achievable, temperature checks are required as an additional health safety check.

All members of the UNG community are encouraged to conduct self-monitoring and students are encouraged to bring a thermometer when they return or come to campus to assist in this effort.

Will there be any implementation of testing for all incoming students, staff, and faculty?

This strategy is not recommended by the CDC; the recommendation is to test when COVID-19 cases are suspected. Those who suspect they may have been exposed to COVID-19 or who have COVID-19 symptoms should complete the UNG COVID-19 Health Form to receive direction about testing and isolation protocols.

Will students be required to wear gloves?

Gloves will not be required for the general student populations.

Will a student need to be tested every time they have a symptom (coughing/sneezing)?

No. Students are asked to self-monitor all their symptoms. Students who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms can make an appointment with Student Health Services, but will be evaluated to determine if COVID-19 testing is appropriate.

If a student is tested for COVID-19, what are the protocols for while they wait for the results?

UNG Community members are asked to complete the COVID-19 self-reporting form.

This will allow a university representative to assist the student with communicating with faculty and others regarding class assignments, attendance, or other university obligations.

The student should self-isolate until they receive test results or are given additional guidance by DPH or their healthcare provider.

Residential students will be encouraged to leave campus and return home to self-isolate.

COVID-19 Reporting

Will there be a campus COVID-19 report that tracks the number of infected students and employees (similar to the reports from nursing homes and hospitals that we have seen in the county)?

Yes, confirmed cases of COVID-19 among the UNG community and their impact will be reported on the COVID-19 Reporting and Confirmed Cases page. We will use this information along with data from other sources in any decision making.

How do I report someone I know has COVID-19?

For UNG community members who are positive for COVID-19 or who have been directly exposed, use the COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form.

A university official will then reach out to the individual to confirm their COVID-19 status, provide resources, and assist with communicating with faculty and others regarding class assignments, attendance, or other university obligations.

The reporting forms can also be found in the UNG Mobile app and the LiveSafe app.

If a student shows COVID-19 symptoms or tests positive, will there be a process for notifying parents?

A representative from the Dean of Students Office or the Commandant's Office will reach out to all students who have reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 to provide resources and assistance to the student while the student remains in self-isolation. Parents will be contacted to assist only if the student grants permission.

COVID-19 Exposure & Quarantine

What should I do if I have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 or if I have symptoms of COVID-19?

If you are experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19, you should not come to campus.

UNG students should report COVID-19 exposures, symptoms, or confirmed cases using our COVID-19 self-reporting form. Reports for students are routed to the Dean of Students to initiate guidance and appropriate accommodations. For additional guidance, please refer to UNG Guidance on COVID-19 (PDF).

If you believe that you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to it, please contact your healthcare provider. If you are having chest pain, serious difficulty breathing, or another type of medical emergency, please call 911. The State of Georgia has a COVID-19 hotline: 844-442-2681. You may call this number for additional screening and testing information.

What will happen if there is a positive case on campus?

The Dean of Students or the Department of Public Safety will follow-up with every report to ensure that any necessary notifications of potential exposure are communicated and applicable public health guidance is followed. Areas known to be used by an individual infected with COVID-19 will be isolated, and facilities staff will use most readily available and efficient sourcing for individual space decontamination, to include use of UV disinfection equipment and fogging techniques.

UNG will closely monitor cases on our campuses, and the USG will be monitoring case levels collectively across all system institutions. If evolving conditions present unacceptable risks, a decision may be made to alter environments or plans in some way.

Who do I contact if I need to quarantine? Who do I tell that I will be missing classes?

Complete the COVID Self-Reporting Form.

A university representative will contact students and assist them in communicating with faculty and others regarding coursework, attendance, or other university obligations.

Do I have to leave campus (including the residence halls) if I test positive for Covid-19? What happens if I’ve only been exposed to COVID-19?

The student must leave the residence hall immediately upon being diagnosed (test or clinical diagnosis) of COVID-19. He/she is to follow CDC guidelines and must meet the criteria before coming back to campus:

  1. Symptoms improved
  2. No fever for 24 hours without fever reducing medicine
  3. It has been at least 10 days since first day of symptoms. The student cannot return sooner than 10 days even if improved.

The student must self-isolate and not return to any campus without meeting these criteria.

If a student has been notified that he/she has been in direct contact with someone with COVID-19 and potentially exposed, the student must leave campus and quarantine for 14 days. He/she can return after the 14 day quarantine if no symptoms develop. A negative COVID-19 test does not take the place of quarantine.

When someone at the school tests positive and they have been in these hybrid classes, how are you going to address the situation?

Contact investigation will begin after disclosure of a positive COVID-19 case. Students in direct contact with a COVID-19 case will be directed to self-isolate as directed by the CDC and GDPH guidelines.

Direct contacts are individuals who have been within 6 feet of a person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 for more than 15 minutes.

Terms to Know


As defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Department of Public Healthy (DPH), exposure to COVID-19 may occur by living in the same household as a sick person with COVID-19, caring for a sick person with COVID-19, being within 6 feet of a sick person with COVID-19 for about 15 minutes, and being in direct contact with secretions from a sick person with COVID-19 (e.g., being coughed on, kissing, sharing utensils, etc.).


According to the CDC and DPH, isolation is staying at home and separating from others within the household by staying in a specific room or area and by using a separate bathroom (if available). You can be around others after 3 days with no fever without the use of medicine that reduces fever, AND after symptoms improve, AND 10 days since symptoms first appeared. 

Personal Protective Equipment

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as gloves, masks, eye protection, gowns and aprons. Certain situations call for different PPE. Right now, cloth face coverings are required to be worn by all students, faculty and staff indoors when social distancing is not possible.


To quarantine, a person must stay at home for 14 days, monitor their health by checking their temperature 2x/day, and watch for symptoms of COVID-19 as defined by the CDC and DPH. 


The CDC and the Georgia Department of Health define self-monitoring as continuing to perform normal functions while taking preventative steps, and to be alert to the development of symptoms.

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