Many classes will be held in tents on the Main Quad, the Valentine Quad, Webster Circle, and on the Greenway by King and Wieland.
The College’s testing center has been installed outdoors, adjacent to Alumni House.
Tents on the Valentine Quad have been set up for outdoor classes.
Mimi Odgers of the Office of Student Affairs stands in the Orr Rink. When the College transitioned to remote learning in March, most students left their belongings in their dorm rooms. Staff are carefully boxing up and organizing those belongings, in order to reunite them with their owners.
Temperature monitors will be placed at the entrances of Valentine, Lewis Sebring, Keefe Campus Center Friedman Room, and Ford Hall. John Carter (left), Chief of Police and Director of Public Safety, gets the green light! Rick Mears (right), Director of Environmental Health and Safety, demonstrates trying to enter a building without a mask. No mask, no entry!
Plexiglass shields are being installed at reception desks, such as this one in the Loeb Center for Career Exploration and Planning.
Facilities crew are checking and maintaining exhaust systems all around campus.
College Post Office Supervisor Don Kells stands behind newly installed plexiglass, which can be raised and lowered to accommodate packages.
Plexiglass is being installed everywhere from the Information Technology Help Desk in Seeley-Mudd (left) to Schwemm’s Coffee House (right).
Facilities crew begin to prepare the Science Center for safe opening.
Chairs have been removed and furniture spread out to allow for social distancing in the Science Center atrium.
More tents on the Main Quad.
Bathrooms installed on the Main Quad for easy outdoor access.
Disposable face masks are available in the Science Center atrium, while colorful floor markers provided by Campus Print and Mail remind people to stand six feet apart at Valentine.
The entry path for the testing center.