New Check-In Process & Updated Training
March 1, 2021
Starting today, our campus check-in process is quicker and easier for students, faculty and staff. In addition, an updated COVID-19 training has launched, required of all students and employees by March 31. Safety protocols,
including masks and physical distancing, remain in place.
Read details below:
- The required daily health questionnaire now asks for your temperature.
- Take your own temperature at home, or stop by a self-service station to do so. Stations
are located on wooden stands in Hensel-Phelps and most university buildings. Remember to use a provided disinfectant wipe before and after.
- As usual, you can find the daily health questionnaire on the campus coronavirus website or posted signage.
- No more in-person screening or wristbands required.
- The Hensel-Phelps check-in location remains open for anyone needing in-person assistance.
- Patients, vendors and other visitors may encounter different screening and check-in requirements at their campus destinations. Established check-in processes remain in place at our hospital partners.
Updated Training Required by March 31
An updated training, “CU: COVID-19 Return to Campus-CU Anschutz (2021 update),” is required of all students and employees by March 31.
Please note that this updated Skillsoft training requirement is an addition to the previous “COVID-19: Return to Campus” training.
Safety Protocols Have Not Changed
Remember to follow existing guidelines on campus, regardless of whether you have been vaccinated.
- Wear your CU Anschutz badge at all times. Badge only yourself into university buildings.
- Bring and wear a mask at all times.
- Keep at least 6 feet from others.
- Avoid gathering, congregating or meeting in person.
- Disinfect your workspace, and practice hand hygiene.
- Do everything remotely that can be done remotely.
- Leave campus immediately if you feel sick or may have been exposed, inform your supervisor and self-report.
Visit the campus coronavirus website for the latest updates and FAQs.
Your dedication to keeping our
community safe and healthy has allowed us to make these changes. Thank you for doing your part to keep CU Anschutz moving forward.