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Employee Guidance                                         

If you experience symptoms of COVID-19, please see your healthcare professional and contact your supervisor.  Supervisors are obligated to protect the privacy of your health information, but will need this information to facilitate smooth office and classroom operations.

For employees experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, your supervisor will require you to stay home, and you should seek guidance from your healthcare provider. The university has leave policies that encourage faculty and staff to stay at home when they are sick, when household members are sick, or when they are required by a healthcare provider to isolate or quarantine themselves or a member of their household.

Managers and supervisors are reminded they have an obligation to protect the privacy of employee health information.

High-Risk Employees

If you or a family member are in high-risk categories for this virus, please consult with your supervisor as soon as possible.  Individuals with health-related concerns, daycare/school disruption or other personal matters should engage in discussions with your supervisors as soon as possible. Some modifications may include remote work, use of accrued leave or leave without pay, adjusted work hours or other options that allow for isolated work spaces.  Review campus policies and procedures – HERE.

College-Related Travel

In-state travel is restricted and should only be allowed when there is clear instruction from the MSC Regents or is an essential duty that has been approved by the college president.  There will be no out-of-state travel unless restrictions are lifted and travel is related to accreditation and authorized by the college president.

Normal traveling for recruitment of athletes and others students should be adjusted to include safety and hygiene recommendations in these guidelines.

Guidance for Planning & Organization of Campus Events

Spaces should be selected and arranged to allow for social distancing requirements.  Means of remote delivery should be considered and contingency plans should be on hand in case information from health officials requires cancellation.