College During COVID: Are UAA buildings and facilities open? How do I access them?
by Green & Gold News |
Today's College During COVID question is: Are UAA buildings and facilities open? How do I access them?
Hear more about campus access and cleaning protocols from Kim Mahoney, associate vice chancellor of Facilities & Campus Services:
Campus access is generally restricted, meaning keys and WOLFCards are required to access campus buildings.
Employees and students who do not currently have a WOLFCard should obtain one from the University Center Cashiering Office or the UAA/APU Consortium Library. For more details, visit the WOLFCard website.
Students will have access to the buildings where essential services* are located and they will have access to face-to-face classes.
Essential services available to students during this time include:
- UAA/APU Consortium Library*
- Student Health and Counseling Center, Rasmuson Hall (RH)
- Dean of Students Office, Rasmuson Hall (RH)
- Information Technology Services (ITS), Social Science Building (SSB)
- University Cashiering Office, University Center
- University Police Department, Eugene Short Hall (ESH)
- Residence Life and Housing Facilities
*NOTE: The Consortium Library is the location of the newly combined testing center which was previously located at Gordon Hartlieb Hall and the University Center.
Students, faculty and staff entering UAA facilities must adhere to on-site safety guidelines.