Announcement: Reminders and updates on returning to campus

Announcement: Reminders and updates on returning to campus

Announcement: Reminders and updates on returning to campus


6/17/2021

UOG Announcement

TO: UOG Students and Employees
DATE: 
June 17, 2021
SUBJECT:
Reminders and updates on returning to campus

Håfa Adai, UOG Community!

We've been making great strides as a university community in keeping the campus safe for face-to-face learning. Thank you to all students and employees for being part of the vaccination and testing efforts and continuing to follow COVID safety protocols on campus.
 
As we approach the start of Finakpo' Session C on July 6, please remember that all employees and students who will be on campus for work or class, regardless of the amount of time, need to provide one of the following:
  1. proof of vaccination
  2. a weekly negative COVID-19 test
  3. a letter of accommodation from the UOG EEO Office (more info below)
The deadline to submit these documents for Finakpo' Session C is Tuesday, June 29. 
 
Both students and employees may submit your documents securely online at this link.
 
Vaccines and testing
Free vaccination clinics are ongoing at the UOG Calvo Field House and other locations around the island. Free COVID tests are also ongoing at locations around the island.
Reasonable accommodations
 

For employees or students unable to receive the COVID-19 vaccination or submit weekly tests due to health or other reasons, you may seek reasonable accommodations regarding the COVID-19 vaccination or testing requirement. Please contact Larry Gamboa, Acting EEO/ADA/Title IX Director, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, at 735-2971 or lgamboa@triton.uog.edu. 

However, students with disabilities seeking reasonable accommodations in order to attend their classes online or in person should contact Sallie Sablan, Senior Academic Counselor - ADA Specialization, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, at 735-2460 or anytime at sssablan@triton.uog.edu.

Medical documentation or proof of condition may be requested to assess and provide appropriate accommodation options. Accommodations are considered “reasonable” if they do not create an undue hardship or a direct threat to the health and safety of others.

General safety protocols

Please continue to follow these safety protocols:

  1. If you're sick, stay home.
  2. Wear a mask correctly and at all required times.

  3. Sign in upon entering offices and buildings for contact-tracing purposes. 

  4. Do temperature checks as required.

  5. Maintain six feet social distancing at all times.  

  6. Sanitize hands and all contact surfaces frequently.

  7. Do not congregate in buildings or parking lots.

For more information
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