1. Repopulation of the Campus for Fall 2021 (as of June 10, 2021)
    1. Establishment of a COVID-19 coordinator/campus team
    2. Contact information and procedures for reaching the local health department
    3. Students' initial return to campus for classes
    4. Education/training of students: consider COVID-19 prevention education as part of student orientation. (vaccinations, hand washing, staying home if ill, etc.)
    5. Physical distancing, according to CDC guidance
      1. Strategies to allow physical distancing in classrooms/learning environments. (e.g. Occupancy, staggered schedules, classroom layouts, workspace distancing, etc.)
      2. Outside the classroom (e.g. Limiting visitors, changes to dining services, extracurricular activities)
      3. Communal, shared spaces such as lounges, exercise rooms, dining halls, etc.
      4. Gatherings
      5. Food/Dining Services
    6. Hygiene practices and cleaning/disinfecting protocols
      1. Cleaning and disinfection protocols to include frequently touched surfaces; transport vehicles; schedules for increased cleaning, routine cleaning, and disinfection; ensuring adequate cleaning supplies and correct use/storage
      2. Provisions for hand sanitizer/handwashing stations
      3. Minimize shared objects and ensure adequate supplies to minimize sharing to the extent possible (e.g. dedicated student supplies, lab equipment, computers, etc.)
    7. Consideration of vulnerable individuals (e.g. 65 years or older, underlying health conditions)
      1. Policy options to support those at higher risk for severe illness to mitigate their exposure risk
      2. Implement flexible sick leave policies and practices that enable faculty, staff and students to stay home or self-isolate when they are sick or have been exposed
      3. Develop policies for return to class/work after COVID-19 illness
    8. International student considerations (e.g. COVID-19 travel health risks, CDC returning travelers guidelines, travel registry, etc.)
    9. Partnership and communication/information sharing with the local community, health systems and other stakeholders
    10. Face coverings
    11. Large events, including athletic events, and others such as ceremonies or performances
    12. Communications strategy
    13. Orientation and education/training - Including anti-stigma training