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Preparing to Return to Campus

In accordance with the guidelines of public health officials, Loyola will begin a phased reopening of our campuses, taking careful precautions to ensure that students, faculty, and staff are able to return safely. Individuals should consult with their dean/vice president, department or program director, or supervisor for more information about returning to campus.The following section provides details about the workplace during our gradual and phased return to campus.

Workplace Guidelines

Loyola employees should consult with their department leadership and come to campus as directed by their supervisor.

Phase 1 of the Return to Campus Plan allows for up to 60 percent density in the workspace. Starting with Phase 1, schedules of occupancy will no longer need to be submitted; department leaders should establish their own plans for maintaining no more than 60 percent density in their workspace at any time, and communicate those plans directly to their teams. Also during Phase 1, employees are permitted to gather in conference rooms at no more than 25 percent capacity, and are allowed to hold 1:1 meetings in their offices.

Phase 2 of the Return to Campus Plan allows for up to 100 percent density in the workspace, and no more than 50 percent occupancy in conference rooms.

Phase 3 of the Return to Campus Plan allows for up to 100 percent density in conference rooms.

The Rambler Promise

We ask our students to pledge to honor the Student Promise to care for self, care for others, and care for the greater community by putting into practice health safety measures.  Our individual choices and actions can greatly impact the well-being and safety of our campus and wider community. Safety is the responsibility of everyone on campus, including you. As a member of the Loyola community, you agree to help maintain a safer environment for students, staff, faculty, and our neighbors by following health and safety guidelines.To remain informed about the latest COVID-19-related University updates, you agree to frequently check LUC.edu/returntocampus. Failure to comply withany Loyola policies or guidelines regarding COVID-19 or other applicable laws, rules, regulations, guidance or policies regarding COVID-19 (international, federal, stateor localmay result in a referral to the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution. 

In accordance with the guidelines of public health officials, Loyola will begin a phased reopening of our campuses, taking careful precautions to ensure that students, faculty, and staff are able to return safely. Individuals should consult with their dean/vice president, department or program director, or supervisor for more information about returning to campus.The following section provides details about the workplace during our gradual and phased return to campus.