Fully restoring campus operations requires patience, careful consideration and deliberate implementation. As the situation is still fluid, some of these details may change. We will update these pages accordingly.
Stay 6 feet apart when possible and do not congregate.
Limit face-to-face interaction and campus footprint as much as possible.
Move quickly and observe social distancing in hallways.
Face coverings are required in campus facilities (Exceptions: private work areas, ADA restrictions for face coverings, etc.).*
Face coverings are to be properly removed, cleaned, stored or disposed of, to avoid contamination of self, others or the environment.
Wash hands frequently and use alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
Avoid touching your face, eyes, or nose.
Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing.
Limit number of participants per college requirements, depending on safety plan phase.
Practice social distancing during meetings and allow a remote option.
Keep meetings minimal and reserved for critical activities.
Clean and disinfect all table surfaces, chairs and computer equipment before and after each on-campus meeting.
All employees and students are expected to follow College safety guidelines.
Any person not wearing an applicable face covering when required, or abiding to social distancing requirements, may be asked to leave the facility.
*If you are unable to wear a face covering, please visit one of our pre-screening stations and obtain a wristband.
The CDC says those with COVID-19 report a wide range of symptoms, ranging from mild to severe. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms or combinations of symptoms may have COVID-19:
If you are tested for COVID-19, you may continue to work from home, if possible, while in quarantine and/or self-isolation. If you test positive for COVID-19 you are not permitted to return to campus until you fulfill the state’s self-isolation or quarantine requirement.
As we complete this most unusual semester, we are already planning for Fall 2020. While uncertainty abounds, one thing is certain: We care about you and want you to be successful! We want you to know that our plan, at this time, is to be operational and open with face-to-face classes in the fall.
We may look a little bit different as we implement practices for physical distancing when you arrive for classes, but we will remain focused on providing the best education for you. We care about your physical safety, your mental well-being, and your academic success. Just last month, in fact, we earned the unsolicited ranking of “Safest College in the State.” We trust you feel our concern in our response to COVID-19.
Since early March, the members of our campus community have responded to the pandemic threat in remarkable ways. Faculty, staff, and students have shown amazing resilience, flexibility, and creativity during this unprecedented period. You are to be commended as you stay on track with your educational pursuits. We at Snow College value each of you individually, and our greatest purpose is your educational success.
To fulfill that purpose, we make a promise to you. We are here to support you. Our faculty and staff are here to help you get settled into college life. Please contact us at 800-848-3399 or with any questions you have; housing, registration, scholarship, financial aid, and health service experts are ready to make your life easier as you become a Snow College Badger.
Please let us know how we can help you feel confident in taking the next steps in your academic journey. We know that “Great Stories Start at Snow,” and we look forward to being a part of YOUR story.
Bradley J. Cook
President Melanie Jenkins
Chief of Public Safety
Assistant to President
Public Information Officer