Welcome Back 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 persons on campus must wear a mask upon entering buildings, while walking through any public or shared spaces, while using shared equipment and technology (such as a printer), and if you encounter others on campus.

Disposable masks for guests are available at the greeter station at the B building entrance. Triton will provide two (2) face coverings per employee, which can be picked up in the Bursar’s Office in B Building. Please make sure all Triton-issued and homemade masks are properly washed and disinfected on a regular basis.

Everyone entering buildings on Triton’s campus is expected to wear a mask.

Self-Certification 

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

All employees, students, and campus visitors are required to self-certify each day within two (2) hours prior to starting their arrival on campus. 

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 Return to Campus Information

for Students

for Employees

 

What Triton is Doing to Keep Campus Safe

  • Reconfigured classrooms to maximize social distancing
  • Providing hand sanitizer to each department
  • Conducting most academic and student support services remotely until further notice
  • Conducting meetings virtually
  • Posted ample social distancing signage and markings in all buildings
  • Requiring everyone on campus to wear a face covering
  • Posted signs in all restrooms on campus promoting frequent and thorough hand washing.
  • Added plexiglass barriers in student service areas with high student traffic
  • Offering call-ahead to-go ordering through TriCafe
  • Maintaining thorough cleaning and disinfecting:
    • The College’s Operations and Maintenance (O&M) staff have been trained in cleaning and disinfecting procedures.
    • In alignment with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other federal, state, and local guidelines, they are maintaining regular sanitizing practices, including routine cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces, equipment, and other elements of the work environment.

 

Positive COVID-19 Case Procedures

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

 

Campus-wide Safety Signage

Operations and Maintenance (O&M) has installed signage across campus outlining social distancing guidelines. This includes in building lobbies, reception areas and elevators.

Wash hands, wear mask, watch distance
stay 6 feet apart
Elevator Signage
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What happens if there is an outbreak of COVID-19 cases in our district or at Triton College?

Are there any requirements prior to my return to campus that I need to meet?

Are there any expectations on campus that I need to know?

Who is required to wear masks on campus?

What are Triton’s cleaning procedures?

Is TriCafé open?

What will Triton's response be should someone on campus become ill due to COVID-19?