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How Campus Life Will Be Different
Facilities and Operations has implemented several changes to improve health and safety on campus. Check back frequently for updates.
Classroom capacity will be limited to accommodate physical distancing. Classrooms will also be updated with technology that facilitates hybrid learning.
Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting that meets or exceeds CDC, New York State Department of Health, and OSHA standards
Elevator capacity will be limited. Follow the instructions on the sign nearby whatever elevator you plan to use.
On campus and in outdoor spaces, everyone must follow University health policy.
Students have until August 9 to declare their intention to be on campus in the fall. This information is required for registration in the COVID-19 Testing Program.
In his letter to students, Dean Costis Maglaras mentions HyFlex instruction and classroom upgrades; networking events and professional development; international students; and health, safety, building, and hygiene protocols.
To resume University activities in a manner that limits the potential spread of SARS-CoV-2, Columbia is instituting critical public health measures.