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COVID-19 Updates and Resources

COVID-19

Frequently Asked Questions

This guidance is based on currently available data and on the recommendations of public health experts and is subject to evolve as conditions continue to change.

Page last updated: Nov. 5, 2020

Federal Contract Vaccine Requirements for Covered Employees

General Vaccination Information

MASKS AND FACE COVERINGS

TESTING AND TESTING REQUIREMENTS

ACCESSING UNIVERSITY FACILITIES

  • Will buildings remain locked this semester and if so, how will I gain entry? 

    Yes, the exterior doors on most buildings will remain locked. The University has important responsibilities for the health, safety, and security of persons and property within its buildings.  Access to buildings for students, faculty, staff, and affiliates will be by access control using your TigerOne credential (ID Card and/or Mobile ID).  Check the operating hours for your building, always carry your credentials with you, and never hold the door for individuals or large groups. If you do not have access, please:

    1. Check your COVID-19 Clearance Status.
      1. If you are listed as Not Cleared:
        1. obtain a negative test through Rymedior 
        2. submit an accepted negative test result or an accepted positive test that is greater than 10 days old with an accompanying medical clearance letter using the Test Upload Tool
    2. If a door is not operating properly, contact TigerOne (tigeronecard@clemson.edu.)
  • Will my access to buildings be revoked if I do not follow the university testing requirements? 

    Yes, if testing requirements are not met, individual access to buildings will be revoked to ensure the health, safety, and security of our campus community. View Ongoing Testing Requirements.

  • What do we do if we are expecting a visitor to campus? 

    To ensure we maintain a healthy and safe campus, it is important to review the Visitor Guidelines when planning to have a visitor. Communicate with those visiting campus to plan ahead and make arrangements to contact their host upon arrival. In addition to planning for parking, it will be critical to communicate with visitors where to meet their contact so they can be escorted into the building. As conditions change, it will be important for the host to ensure visitors know what is required and the protocols in place to ensure the best possible visit to campus. 

ISOLATION AND QUARANTINE

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FACULTY AND STAFF

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