Fall 2020 Return to Campus
The safety of the Grambling State University community is our top concern. This week, we've started our gradual return to working on campus while ensuring appropriate physical distancing, cleaning and sanitizing of workplace surfaces, and availability of personal protective equipment for on-campus team members. The university will assess when to transition to the next phase based on mission-critical operations and our ability to control and manage specific work environments.
The need to reduce the number of people on campus to meet social distancing requirements will continue for some time. Support units that can continue to effectively work remotely will likely continue to do so until restrictions are eased for larger gatherings. It is important that we use caution in growing our presence on campus to reduce potential risks and ensure the safety of faculty and staff, as well as the community we serve.
Units and departments must gain approval from the appropriate dean or vice president in consultation with Human Resources before increasing the number of team members reporting to campus. Once decisions to expand on-site staffing in certain areas have been made, team members should follow the policies and protocols detailed in this guide for returning to work on campus.
As a team, we can keep each other safe by adhering to all policies and remaining flexible with changing needs.