Students will be informed of this requirement in advance so that they can plan on arriving within 15-20 days of class start date. Staff working in these areas would be instructed that the areas are closed and to refrain from allowing others from entering into the collections space. 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Class absenteeism due to a medical reason may trigger additional time for students to complete assignments and reschedule tests and quizzes. KU has identified facilities for the temporary housing and care of individuals who cannot go home and must be either quarantined or isolated. PADOH will then begin the contact tracing process to identify any other individuals that may have been affected and need to be in quarantine (see the contact tracing section below for more information). We each have a personal responsibility to our own health and must be mindful of others. Hannah Marie Varn — … The university will provide voluntary COVID-19 testing for all students and employees at the end of the 2021 spring semester, before their return home. Capacity lists of physical distance for individual classrooms and large group spaces will be prepared according to available state and federal guidelines. Dining Services continues our commitment to be a trusted authority promoting a safe food service environment within a holistic student-friendly atmosphere and with a cost-effective approach. Everyone will be asked to: Guidelines such as those published by the Pennsylvania Department of Education will be used as a basis for classroom design and capacity on physical distancing. More information. Employees will reemphasize guidelines and policy requirements as necessary and/or report observations to administration. Students who have been vaccinated for COVID-19 are still required to be tested upon their return to campus. Mobile ordering has been implemented for the Academic Forum Food Court. “I was saddened by the closure of business due to COVID,” said Kutztown Mayor Jim Schlegel. This information will be confidentially managed ensuring only those with a need to know are informed. Confidential exposure information will be provided in consultation with health officials using HIPAA guidelines. Cashier stations have additional plexiglass barriers and touchless payment. Student teachers will have an additional testing date before the semester begins to accommodate spring assignments. If surfaces are dirty, clean them. Although it is clear that COVID-19 places increased mental stress on students as well as people in general, Kutztown University has not increased funding for counseling services for returning students. Alert! Although there is certainly value in meeting in-person from time to time when it is safe to do so, university leadership will model and recommend that regular and non-critical meetings be held via web conference or telephone wherever possible even when all parties are on campus, so that employees can stay in their own offices (a physical distancing measure) instead of traveling across campus for a meeting. All users should wipe keyboards and computer mouse before using. Parents and families are asked to remain in their vehicles during student testing. COVID Alert PA is the official mobile app by the Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH) that uses the Exposure Notification System (ENS) provided by Apple and Google. "It's good to be golden. Returning students to on-campus housing is among the most important goals and it also presents one of the greatest challenges to a healthy and safe residential experience. We enjoy a strong working relationship and will continue to work together as necessary. Riders must wear masks while on the shuttles. Respiratory droplets cause infection when they are inhaled or deposited on mucous membranes, such as those that line the inside of the nose and mouth. More information will be shared in the coming weeks. Supplemental awareness materials will be provided to students related to the university COVID-19's guidelines and expectations. If you must travel, then considerations should be given to areas where you are intending to travel and they should be researched for the status on COVID-19. Monitor student absenteeism in both online and face-to-face classes. Spring internships will continue for the Spring 2021 semester. Students without a meal plan may be charged a nominal fee. Voluntary COVID-19 testing will be available to students who live off campus on four days: Jan. 27-28, and Feb. 1-2. Further information is forthcoming for resident students who tested positive for COVID-19 within 90 days of their return to campus. Immediately wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Masks can be a disposable mask or reusable cloth mask. Students are expected to pay their current bill by their due date, as reductions will occur after Jan. 4. With the current state of the pandemic in mind and utilizing feedback from the KU council of trustees, student government leaders, APSCUF (faculty union) and University Senate representatives and State System officials, Kutztown University has adjusted its reopening plan for the start of the spring semester. University operations may be impacted by winter weather. Several Kutztown businesses closed temporarily after employees tested positive for coronavirus. Negative test results taken at an off-campus facility will not be accepted through this requirement. If soap and water are not readily available, clean your hands with a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Any student who is tested, or who exhibits symptoms of COVID-19, will be advised to isolate until test results are available. Resident students must wear a mask anytime they are outside of their personal room and within a building or with anyone else but their roommate. Those who are new to the university or need replacement masks can pick up new masks at the KU Card Office. During the office visit, they exhibit symptoms and their medical care provider determines they should be presumed positive for COVID-19 pending test results or; They receive confirmation that they have tested positive for COVID-19. Students who were absent due to illness in face-to-face courses may be required to provide return to school documentation from their medical provider before returning to class. 2020 Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. Students experiencing COVID-like symptoms should contact KU Health and Wellness Services, Beck Hall, for examination and testing at 610-683-4082. In the event that circumstances change, the university will provide an update to the 2020-2021 housing accommodations plan. "The administration of our university … Students returning home or to their off-campus residence for isolation will be provided the following services: H&WS, along with Housing and Residence Life, has also developed a plan and identified facilities for those resident students that cannot isolate or quarantine off-campus, or may need to remain on-campus for a short period until being able to transition to the off-campus residence. Disposable masks will be placed in selected areas of high interaction. The Borough urges all residents to comply with this ordinance and thanks you for doing so to protect yourself, your family and your neighbors. Students will have 24 hours after their last final to move out of their residence hall, or by 6 p.m., Friday, May 8, 2021, whichever comes first. Cover your mouth and nose with a cloth face cover when around others. The mask is not a substitute for social distancing. Faculty or staff required to quarantine must contact Human Resources to request flexible work arrangements or leave due to medical conditions. The masked men and women were Kutztown University faculty members. Working in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Co-County Wellness Services (CCWS) has been contracted to conduct contact tracing for COVID-19 for Berks County. Rooms have been identified for quarantine of individuals who may have been exposed and may be infected with COVID-19, but are not yet ill (asymptomatic). Students who test positive for COVID-19 will be required to return home and follow the isolation guidelines of the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Kutztown University has announced an update to the spring semester plan and new testing protocols. Those who are new to the university or need replacement masks can pick up new masks at the KU Card Office. Such decisions will require consultation with Human Resources. All food concepts are served by an attendant and have additional plexiglass barriers. We will continue to coordinate with those agencies, as well as our local municipal officials. In addition, desks/work spaces will be modified as needed in offices utilizing communal work space to ensure proper distancing. I'm excited to begin the reopening of our campus next week for our employees and the return of face-to-face instruction and residential life in August. Reopening our institutions of higher education in a healthful manner is critical to advancing our commonwealth’s rich tradition of producing the next generation of leaders. Kutztown University has not assessed or provided adequate academic resources for students unable to attend face-to-face or access and participate in online classes. This is not required for students who live off campus, but is strongly encouraged to mitigate the risk to the campus community. The university will cover all costs of testing for all students and employees during the week of May 3-7. The university continues to field inquiries through its public channels. A group of faculty members protested Kutztown University's Reopening Plan on Aug. 20. Employees are required to wear a mask while at the workplace, unless they are secluded and alone. University and State System decisions about the Spring semester are likely to pique media interest. Kutztown University reopening plan amid coronavirus pandemic prompts exceptional backlash Kutztown University is among the majority in deciding to open its campus this fall, both in the Lehigh Valley and across the state. Students and faculty should not enter a classroom until the room is completely vacant. According to the CDC, people in quarantine should stay home, separate themselves from others, monitor their health and follow directions from their state or local health department as well as their medical doctor. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. They put on plague masks and held signs on campus to show their concerns with the university's reopening plan. The university will provide voluntary COVID-19 testing for all employees of Kutztown University on four days: Jan. 27-28, and Feb. 1-2, and during the university’s "wellness days" in the spring semester. At this time, all students wanting to live on campus are being accommodated. Signage will be placed at elevators, conference rooms and other meeting spaces on campus to ensure proper distancing. To ensure compliance, library staff would periodically monitor the space. Not only do we offer educational help but also emotional, cultural and physical support as well. Health and Wellness Services has the means for diagnostic testing for COVID-19. When classes are not in session, Campus Update will continue twice/week (Tuesday and Friday). Alternate instructional pedagogies including distance education and virtual instruction to student segments to classrooms with synchronous presentation. Use detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection. The university offers a variety of student support services which will help students make the most of their time at KU. The ultimate success of the university response to a positive or presumed positive case for a faculty and staff member relies heavily on the individual promptly self-reporting their medical exam/test results to the university. Kutztown University is planning to welcome students, faculty and staff back to campus when the fall semester begins Aug. 24. In addition, the university will provide voluntary COVID-19 testing for all students and employees during the university’s "wellness days" in the spring semester. Cleaning and sanitation efforts throughout campus have been increased to meet appropriate CDC guidelines. The originally-scheduled April 2 “wellness day” may be moved to Friday, Jan. 29, to accommodate a socially-distanced student move-in process, along with new testing protocols. This is not required for employees, but is strongly encouraged to mitigate the risk to the campus community. Using teams of tracers comprised of part-time staff and volunteers, CCWS will provide contact tracing to Kutztown University. Pre-registration will be available at a later date. Employees with their own offices will be encouraged to close their office doors whenever possible. Donning plague masks, a group of faculty members protests Kutztown University reopening plan For an hour Thursday, five people stood silently along Main Street in Kutztown. Meetings involving food or beverage service will be prohibited unless express permission is given by management, and in that case, food and beverages will be limited to single serving beverages and packaged food items in lieu of communal/shared platters and utensils. The Borough of Kutztown is committed to the health and well-being of our entire community. I want to thank the Emergency Management Committee for its tireless efforts in putting this plan together, and the many others who have contributed their time and ideas to this endeavor. Staggered shifts/work times would permit employees to be on-ground when necessary, but lessen the possibility of inadvertently overcrowding workspaces and offices. International students who live off campus will self-isolate in their off-campus housing. Students should plan for increased wait times, and may need to leave for classes earlier than they have in the past, if using the shuttles. HIPAA information is confidential and should not be shared with anyone. Detailed instructions regarding how to properly isolate and when isolation can be discontinued. Students observing non-compliance of recommended guidelines or university policy will report observations to class faculty or staff. At this point, the patient will be required to isolate to prevent further transmission. You have been diagnosed with, or tested positive for COVID-19. It is expected that employees will work at their campus locations as they had done prior to the pandemic. Because of the delay (2-14 days) in receiving test results, and out of concern for the members of the KU community, the university has taken the position that a person will need to isolate immediately while awaiting test results if they are presumed positive for COVID-19. We will continue to update the campus through the remainder of summer as we approach the fall semester. If a positive test result is received by H&WS, they are responsible for notifying the patient and PADOH. An Open Letter to the Kutztown University Administration on ... ... Signatories Classrooms are being upgraded with technology (audio and video) to allow for concurrent in-person and remote learning wherever possible. Employees may use personally owned masks – these masks should be approved by their supervisor prior to being used. Students and faculty should wipe desks, keyboards and computer mouse devices before using them. They will need to take all items personally needed for winter break, as they will not be able to return to campus for forgotten items. You could spread COVID-19 to others even if you do not feel sick. To compensate for the decreased days students will reside on campus, Kutztown University will provide prorated reductions for students’ housing cost, base meal plan cost, as well as other select fees. Learning Management System shells will be used to house course contents for all courses. Avoid adjusting and touching outside of mask. Condiments and silverware have been relocated and are provided at each station upon ordering. Kutztown University has announced an update to the spring semester plan and new testing protocols. Spring break will be canceled. Full details on each of these new initiatives, and many more, can be found online at the website mentioned above. The university will cover all costs of testing for resident students upon their return to campus. Socially distanced seating areas comply with state, KU and Aramark guidelines. Reminders to call their personal physician or seek other medical care should symptoms warrant. Decisions on the resumption of intercollegiate athletics are made based on campus policies, local, state and national governmental guidelines, as well as guidance from the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. Counseling and Psychological Services will be available during the Spring 2021 semester. Additional protocols for students' return to campus are being developed and will be communicated to campus at a later date. Ben Hasty - MediaNews Group A protester, wearing a plague doctor mask with a beak, a graduation gown, and mortarboard, holds a sign that reads "Save Kutztown's Grandmas". We have studied the recommendations of the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the framework provided by our State System of Higher Education. Facilities employees should wear gloves while working in high-touch areas. The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education has designed and created expectations for all universities to use as a framework for a return to campus for Spring 2021. KU will provide information and reinforce proper personal care and good hygiene practices in accordance with CDC and the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Kutztown University Announces Spring 2021 Reopening Plan November 20, 2020 Dear Kutztown University Community, Thank you for your continued support of our fall reopening plan. At least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared and, At least 24 hours have passed since last fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and, Symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath) have improved, At least 10 days and up to 20 days have passed since symptoms first appeared and, Consider consultation with infection control experts. Signs will be placed to remind students and faculty not to move chairs, tables and desks. If possible, maintain six feet between the person who is sick and other household members. Excuse notes will not be given on a routine basis. Close contacts will be asked to quarantine for up to 14 days. Continue to keep about six feet between yourself and others. When Clinical Services is closed, please contact Public Safety and Police Services at 610-683-4001 for immediate assistance. International students who are able to return to KU from abroad will be required to self-isolate for 14 days before attending classes or visiting university offices/facilities. Hot spots and other electronic/IT items may be provided to employees on an as-needed basis so that they may perform their job duties remotely. Campus shuttles shall operate at a reduced capacity. Residence halls will open Friday, Jan. 29. As per the university’s Spring Reopening Plan, students who test positive for COVID-19 are expected to contact their professors to discuss a plan for absenteeism. COVID-19 results fall under HIPAA guidelines. The four “wellness days” would then be scheduled for Jan. 29, Feb. 11, March 10 and April 20, in which classes will not be held. Our primary focus is to complete our mission of providing a quality education for our students, and doing everything possible to provide a nurturing environment for all those who work and learn on our campus. These employees must wear an N95 facemask, gloves, gown and goggles or safety glasses or shield. When the Governor and the commonwealth started to implement the color-coded response plan for COVID-19 in the 2020 spring semester, the Emergency Management Team identified that all areas which have a Continuity of Operations Plan would benefit from preparing and enhancing their operational continuity by including the color codes, and specific planning into their existing COOP plans. Previously self-service areas, such as salad bars and breakfast nooks, have been relocated to be served by an attendant. Academic Support Services will be available during the Spring 2021 semester. At this point, the patient will be required to isolate to prevent further transmission. Secondary channels to reinforce university messaging include; Announcements (new, urgent non-emergency messages). Spring Semester Plan Updated | COVID-19 Information, Information for Parents of Prospective Students, Department and Office Plans and Resources, Download the Spring 2021 Planning COVID-19 Response Document, Frequently asked questions about Spring 2021 Plan, Monitoring Student Health and Class Absenteeism, Physical Distance and Cleanliness in Classrooms, Labs, and Library, Stay at least six feet (about two arms' length) from other people, people who are at higher risk of getting very sick, Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS). Not everybody is happy about that. Testing protocols for the 2021 spring semester were announced Dec. 23, 2020. Please be aware that this is a “living” document and we will adjust our plan based on guidance provided at any time as necessary, prudent and based on what is reasonable and feasible. Pennsylvania Department of Education guidelines shall be used as the basis of classroom design and capacity on physical distancing and will be used to arrange tables, chairs and study carrels in KU's library. If an individual is in violation of the ordinance, they are subject to a fine. This page provides course descriptions and prerequisite lists for all Geology courses offered at Kutztown University. All students are asked to quarantine at their home for seven days prior to their return to campus or to the local Kutztown area. Each employee and student received two reusable masks at the start of the 2020 fall semester. Exceptions will be made for health reasons. Eastern Central PA Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition Reopening August 24 - September 13, 2020 Kutztown University's Miller Gallery is pleased to be reopening to the public after its sudden closing in March. Not everybody is happy about that. As Governor Wolf and his respective staff weigh and develop the best options for opening our institutions during these unprecedented times, we hope that this document will serve to inform you of those decisions. Kutztown wants to see students succeed, and with the support of numerous services, students will be sure to reach their professional aspirations. Students and professors will need to work out a plan for absenteeism. Separates individuals who are infected with COVID-19 from others who are not infected (Symptomatic or tested positive without symptoms). Students who test negative will not be required to quarantine and will be permitted access to their residence hall. KU students on campus suspecting they have COVID-19 should report to H&WS for examination and testing. If conditions warrant, KU may need to close/lock building lounges and common area kitchens/recreation rooms. At this point, the patient will be required to isolate to prevent further transmission. The plan will adapt to the guidelines and protocols as they are updated, and decisions are made at the university level. Residence Life will email move-in assignments to resident students in January. In general, students residing on campus will be encouraged to isolate or quarantine at home and students residing off campus will be instructed to isolate or quarantine at their off-campus residence. Napkins, disinfecting table wipes and hand sanitizer stations are available for guest use through all locations. It will be prepared by Dining Services and brought to the doorstep. The hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. 12. This information will be confidentially managed, ensuring only those with a need to know are informed. Do NOT use a mask meant for a healthcare worker. Financial Aid: for any student who uses financial aid, any overpayment of aid that occurs after disbursement, will be refunded to the student. 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