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Campus Cleaning Measures

For the Spring 2022 semester, the College continues to employ rigorous cleaning measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as we have since March 2020.

Cleaning Measures & Frequency
  • Cleaning and sanitizing common and high touch areas is done continually from 7:00am-11:00pm daily
  • Sanitization of occupied areas is completed daily between 11:00pm - 7:00am  
  • Hand sanitizing stations are installed throughout campus
  • Paper towels are in every restroom and hand dryers have been disabled

  • Ultraviolet (UV) disinfecting wands, which kill 99.9% of bacterial are used in areas where foggers and disinfectants are impractical 
  • Disinfectant handheld fogger machines are used in office areas 
  • Backpack disinfection machines are used in larger rooms, the Design and Media Center atrium, and Tower Auditorium
  • Wheeled disinfectant foggers are used in hallways
  • Air flow meters are used to test air flow from all unit ventilators and air handlers
  • Water testing equipment is used in all buildings to ensure  safe, drinkable water
  • Kaivac machines are used to sanitize restrooms 
  • Sneeze guards are installed in reception, security, cash register, and food service areas
  • All toilets are self-flushing and all sinks are hands-free
  • Hands-free openers are installed on many restroom doors 
  • UV lamps are installed in the phone charging kiosks

  • Air flow meters areused to test air flow from all unit ventilators and air handlers
  • Outside air dampers allow larger volumes of fresh air to enter our spaces 
  • HVAC systems operate 24/7 for continuous air circulation 
  • New ventilation equipment installed in Collins and Kennedy buildings allow digital control of temperature as well as outside air coming into the building (over 70 new units have been installed) 
  • High efficiency air filters have been installed in all air handling equipment 
  • Portable air filter units with high-efficiency filters are used in spaces that require additional filtered air flow