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Rosemont 2020's Impact on Our Community

Rosemont 2020

The Plan to Reopen Rosemont’s Campus

Rosemont has aligned its plan to reopen campus with Pennsylvania’s three-phase “Red, Yellow, Green” reopening plan. In all cases, everyone on campus must abide by signage placed indicating maximum occupancy based on social distancing guidelines, practice good hygiene, and follow all CDC guidelines.

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The Plan's Impact on Students

Returning to normal for students including residence hall protocol, use of classrooms, and events.

STUDENTS

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The Plan’s Impact on Faculty and Staff

How reopening will affect faculty and staff, including returning to work on campus.

Faculty and Staff

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 The Plan’s Impact on Guests and Visitors

How Rosemont's reopening plan impacts guests and visitors on campus.

COMMUNITY

Red Phase

During the Red Phase, Rosemont’s campus is closed. All instruction takes place online, and all offices operate remotely. Only essential workers are permitted on campus. Masks must be worn at all times, and anyone on campus must adhere to social distancing practices.

Yellow Phase

During the Yellow Phase, Rosemont’s campus partially reopens. All instruction remains online. Residence Halls remain closed. Staff and faculty can return to campus, but no more than 60% of employees may be on campus at one time. Remote work is possible with a supervisor’s approval and encouraged for vulnerable employees.

Sanitation and cleaning will be enhanced. The maximum capacity of all spaces on campus will be posted and must be followed by everyone on campus. Temperature and wellness checks will be conducted on anyone entering campus. Masks must be worn at all times, and anyone on campus must adhere to social distancing practices.

Green Phase

During the Green Phase, Rosemont’s campus reopens. In-person instruction resumes. Residence Halls reopen, but no overnight guests are permitted. Vulnerable students should discuss their return to campus with the Dean. Staff and faculty can return to campus, but no more than 90% of employees may be on campus at one time.

Remote work is possible with a supervisor’s approval and encouraged for vulnerable employees. Sanitation and cleaning will be enhanced. The maximum capacity of all spaces on campus will be posted and must be followed by everyone on campus. Masks, or other appropriate face coverings, must be worn indoors and outdoors on campus, except when students are in their own residence hall rooms or employees are in their own offices without others around them. Masks may be removed during meals. Anyone on campus must adhere to social distancing practices.