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Attention MSC Staff & Faculty: New Campus Access Procedure Announced

March 27, 2020

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All Murray State College Employees,

I would like to take this time to let you know, starting Monday March 30th, when you arrive on Campus, you will be directed to go to the front door of Patton Hall and call Campus Police at (580) 371-1140 , this will only take place on weekdays between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You will be instructed to stay in your vehicle and Campus Police will come out and take  your temperature, your temperature must be under 100.4 ยบ F, according to the CDC guidelines.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. This is in an effort to keep our Campus Community safe.  All essential employees should be performing work duties between the hours of 8 am to 5 pm on Monday through Friday. Please only be on campus during the above hours and days.

Thank You!

Sam Holt
Assistant Vice President of Facilities and Security

UCSO Campus - Ardmore

Starting Wednesday, April 1st, access to the UCSO main building will be by appointment only.  Please let us know at least one day in advance if you will need to get into the building to access your computer, phone, or materials.  You may also teach classes from the building during regular hours, which will be 9 a.m. to 6p.m.  on weekdays.  Once again, if there are compelling reasons for exceptions we will try to accommodate them.

Please notify me or Kim Price and tell us when you need in and how long you expect to be there. We will make sure someone is there to let you in.
Kim's contact is kprice@ucso.osrhe.edu or 580-465-1440 (call or text).

Also, the UCSO will not be able to allow students in the building to access the internet, but we have tried to extend the WiFi network outside a little farther.  They should be able to pick it up from the picnic tables on either end of the building, the benches in the circle, and the parking places nearest the Learning Center in the back parking lot.  We will not advertise this availability publicly, so if instructors have students who have no access to WiFi we ask them to inform those students themselves.

Peggy Maher

President/CEO
University Center of Southern Oklahoma