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Today's Phase:

 

 

YELLOW: PHASE 1

Phased Return to Operations

The UAH plan utilizes a phased approach in accordance with the parameters of the plan below.  Circumstances may necessitate modifications to this approach as determined by the President, in consultation with the Chancellor and Board of Trustees.

 

RED

Access Severely Limited

  • <25% capacity
  • Maintenance and security only
  • No research, athletic or academic activity
  • Face coverings, social distancing, and sanitizing/ disinfecting as indicated in the health and safety protocol

ORANGE

Limited Business Operations

  • Up to 25% capacity
  • Limited business operations with essential services only
  • Remote and online learning
  • Suspension of on-campus events and activities
  • Face coverings, social distancing, sanitizing and disinfecting as indicated in the health and safety protocol
  • No non-essential travel; all essential travel must be approved through a waiver process
  • Food pick-up only

YELLOW: PHASE 1

Modified Business Operations

  • 25 - 75% capacity
  • Continuation of essential services
  • Research activities as operational plans are approved
  • Student clinical experiences with operational plans and restricted personnel approved
  • Remote and online learning
  • Face coverings, social distancing, sanitizing and disinfecting as indicated in the health and safety protocol
  • No non-essential travel; all essential travel must be approved through a waiver process
  • Recreation center and gyms open with limited capacity; social distancing enforced, cleaning supplies readily available for users to clean after use, enhanced cleaning of equipment and high-contact surfaces
  • Food pick-up only

YELLOW: PHASE 2

Modified Business Operations

  • 25 - 75% capacity
  • Critical administrative, academic, student affairs and business operations as communicated from university and college leadership based on approved operational plans
  • Research activities as operational plans are approved
  • Limited professional educational activities
  • Limited on-campus events and activities, including athletics, maintaining compliance with health and safety protocol
  • Remote and online learning
  • Face coverings, social distancing, sanitizing and disinfecting as indicated in the health and safety protocol
  • No non-essential travel; all essential travel must be approved through a waiver process
  • On campus dining with limited occupancy ans tables arranged in accordance with social distancing guidelines
  • Child care expanded provided centers can comply with CDC guidance and local ordinances; parents are required to complete the Charger Health Check for everyone in their household

YELLOW: PHASE 3

Modified Business Operations

  • 25 - 75% capacity
  • On-campus housing open
  • Resumption of on-campus learning with a hybrid remote / in-person model
  • Expanded faculty, administrative, academic, student affairs and business operations as communicated from university and college leadership based on approved operational plans
  • Research activities as operational plans are approved
  • Some faculty, staff and students working remotely
  • Face coverings, social distancing, sanitizing and disinfecting as indicated in the health and safety protocol
  • All essential travel must be approved through a waiver process
  • On campus dining with limited occupancy ans tables arranged in accordance with social distancing guidelines
  • Resumption of child care operations in compliance with CDC guidance and local ordinances

GREEN

Modified Normal Operations

  • 75%> capacity
  • Modified normal operations for all faculty, staff and students
  • Face coverings, social distancing, sanitizing and disinfecting as indicated in the health and safety protocol based on the advice of medical experts

  Consistency in guidance across all campuses for expansion is required for re-entry.  Decisions to progress or retreat from a defined phase will be evidence-based and not date- or event-driven.  Phase changes will account for dynamics of community transmission.  Parameters will be developed and monitored by campus incident command centers as outlined in the UA System Healthy and Safety protocols.  The gradual addition of campus operations in each phase should be based on the campus's ability to manage the population density within these guidelines.