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Updated guidance on campus access

MSU Denver employees should continue to work from home. More details on a broader return to campus will be available soon.

By Larry Sampler

May 27, 2020

Denver cityscape with cloud formation.In the past week, Gov. Jared Polis has relaxed certain distancing guidelines and announced the phased and partial reopening of some businesses and services. The governor reiterated, however, that organizations that can continue work-from-home operations should do so. As such, Metropolitan State University of Denver employees will continue to work remotely for the foreseeable future.

Employees can continue to seek one-time campus access approvals by working with their supervisors and filling out the access approval form. Employees who need a broader exception to the one-time access rule must discuss their critical and ongoing needs with their supervisor as well as their chair or department head.

University senior leaders, the Roadrunner Safe Return Committee, and our AHEC and tri-institutional partners are continuing to develop safety guidelines, protocols and expectations to allow some employees to return more consistently to campus to support critical or timely work duties. The University also continues to plan for some face-to-face classes later this summer. More details on evolving approvals, processes and operations will be available by mid-June.

Any return-to-campus decisions will be made in the spirit of inclusive leadership. As we move toward hybrid operations, all employees will continue to be heard and included.

Topics: Access, Health, Safety

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