Protocol for On-Campus Work
Only for employees who have been pre-approved by supervisor to be on campus ONLY.
Before arrival on campus for the first time:
You are required to complete an online Safety Training prior to arrival on campus the first time.
After completion the first time, the training is required to be completed weekly.
The Day Before each campus visit:
Online health screening must be completed three times for each campus visit:
- The day before your next arrival on campus
- Again at the health care screening area upon campus arrival
- Again before departing campus each day.
Note: For the prior day and health care area screening, you will select “Check-in (Arrival)” in the dropdown box.
Upon Arrival to campus for each visit:
Daily Check-in Procedures
At this time, upon arrival to campus, check in at the designated health care area at Building 10.
At the health care area, you will complete a second Online Health Screening to re-acknowledge health questions and verify that you completed the Safety Training, followed by a temperature scan that is documented on their online health screen.
- Any employee with a temperature of 100.4°F or higher is considered to have a fever and will be sent home.
- The employee can only return to campus after following the CDC guidelines for “How to discontinue home isolation,” which are covered in the online training.
During all times of the check-in process and when in public common areas, employees will use appropriate PPE (mask and gloves).
- Disposable masks will be provided upon entering the health check area for anyone without a personal mask.
Upon Exit from campus from each visit:
Online health screening must be completed before departing campus each day.
- Note: You will select “Check-out (Departure)” in the dropdown box.
Each Week that you intend to continue visiting campus:
You are required to re-complete the online Safety Training weekly.
For Faculty and Instructional Staff Members
We have streamlined the protocols for faculty and instructional staff members who need to work on-campus for one-time visits. Up until now, you have worked through your Dean to receive VP approval to visit campus. Moving forward this will not be necessary and the previous system will be retired. You may now reserve time and space yourself through the 25Live system.
Faculty and staff may request access to their offices Monday-Friday between 7-9am and 3-8pm for one-hour blocks.
These hours allow us to minimize the number of extra people on campus during peak instructional and student support hours ( 9am-3pm). We are also limiting the number of reservations in each building to ensure the safety of everyone on campus.
How the process will work
|1. 25Live Office Reservation Instructions: step-by-step guidance on how to use 25Live to check availability and reserve time||25Live Office Reservation Instructions (pdf)|
|2. Instructional Office Use Procedures: the steps to follow once you’ve successfully made your reservation, including before you arrive, while on campus, and upon exit||Instructional Office Use Procedures (pdf)|
|3. Office Availability: an overview of the number of office reservations allowed at any given time as well as instructions on the building’s entrance/exit and available restroom||Office Availability (pdf)|
Some important notes:
- This process does NOT impact you if you have been assigned specific work hours as part of the approved CECMR. You do not need to use this system to request access during your assigned shift, but DO need to use 25Live to come on campus at other times.
- This process does NOT impact you if you are teaching on-campus and are in instructional areas or your office two hours before or two hours after your instructional time. You DO need to use 25Live to come to campus at other times.
- This process does NOT impact you if you have a scheduled appointment with Information Technology, and are only visiting their space in Building 18 while on campus. You DO need to follow the health and safety guidelines outlined in the Instructional Office Use Procedures document. You DO need to use 25Live to access your office while on campus.
- This system is not intended to be used for scheduling office hours or face-to-face meetings with students or colleagues.
- Although you may reserve multiple time slots, we ask that you do not schedule “just in case” times, as this will reduce access for your colleagues.
- We will monitor use of the system on an ongoing basis and make adjustments to the policies and procedures if possible and as necessary.
Online Teaching Modalities for Fall and Winter Quarter
Fall and winter quarter classes will be taught primarily online, with limited exceptions as approved by the Governor's Office.
Available Teaching Modalities
Traditional Face to Face
NEW Timed Online
NEW Mixed Online
Fall Quarter Testing
Resources to support TCC employees and their families
To our TCC Staff and their families,
During this stressful time in our nation and around the world, we want to make sure that you have all the resources available to care for yourself and your family members. To assist you, we have compiled links and/or phone numbers to multiple state and national resources.
Helping Students in Distress
The Helping Students in Distress booklet contains resources to help staff and faculty assist students in various modes of distress. The resource was created by TCC's Counseling and Advising departments.
Covid-19 Response Report
TCC's response to support students, staff and the community.
Keeping Yourself Healthy
- Coping With Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks (PDF)
- Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health: Tips for Social Distancing, Quarantine, and Isolation During an Infectious Disease Outbreak (PDF)
- Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19