Welcome to Campus

As part of the Campus Plan, we are sharing information about expectations and procedures to keep our campus clean and our students, staff, and community members safe.

Triton's Campus Safety Guide

Campus Safety Guide

As we continue to welcome staff, students, guests and community members back to campus on a daily basis, we invite you to download Triton's Campus Safety Guide. The guide provides details on the progress we have made as a campus community to maintain a safe campus environment.

Click here to download the guide.

On-Campus Responsibilities

Face Coverings

All non-vaccinated persons on campus must wear a mask upon entering buildings, while using shared equipment and technology (such as a printer), and if you encounter others on campus.


Triton College utilizes CampusClear, a free mobile app that allows unvacinnated students, faculty, and staff on campus to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms.

Employees may be asked by the Director of Health Services to self-certify as part of the campus contact tracing protocols.

Download from the App Store button

Get it on Google Play

CampusClear Web Interface


Regular Hand Washing

To reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19, it is important to follow good hygiene protocol, including regular hand washing. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends:

  • washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds;
  • avoid touching eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands; and
  • avoid close contact with people who are sick.

Additionally, automatic hand sanitizer dispensers are available throughout campus.


Additional Information

for Students

for Employees



Positive COVID-19 Case Procedures

Following are Triton’s procedures for addressing positive employee and student COVID-19 cases:

Click here to see on-campus COVID-19 confirmed cases.


FAQs on employee COVID-19 vaccine status

Triton has updated guidance for supervisors and employees about what can and cannot be asked regarding employee COVID-19 vaccination status. This information will be updated as we navigate this evolving guidance. Send your questions to covid19@triton.edu.


Can a supervisor ask an employee about their vaccine status?

Does an employee have to disclose their vaccination status?

Can supervisors share the vaccination status of their employees with others?

Can non-supervisory employees ask other employees about their vaccination status?

Can a supervisor ask why an employee has not been vaccinated?

Can an employee get time off from work to receive the vaccine?

Do supervisors provide special provisions for unvaccinated employees?

Can employees request specialized work space if they are vaccinated but their colleagues are not?