Fall Semester 2021:
LIFE at UCF Policies Regarding COVID-19
It is on each of us to take the personal precautions necessary to protect our campus community
LIFE at UCF will offer members three options for participating safely.
- In Person attendance in the Pegasus Ballroom/UCF Student Union
- Live streaming made available on Tuesday mornings (after 9.14.21)
- Links to recorded sessions to be viewed at members’ convenience
On campus, LIFE members must adhere to the prevailing guidelines and protocols put in place by UCF for the protection of students, staff, faculty and visitors can be found at https://policies.ucf.edu/documents/PolicyEmergencyCOVIDReturnPolicy.pdf We will immediately communicate any changes to these guidelines. UCF guidelines state:
- Follow CDC guidelines regarding facial coverings. Consistent with these guidelines, we expect that individuals wear face coverings while indoors.
- Follow good hygiene guidance, such as regular hand washing (or use hand sanitizer), avoiding touching your face, and disinfecting touched items
- UCF expects members of the campus community to follow CDC guidelines and wear face coverings while indoors. We also ask that visitors monitor their symptoms using the COVID Self-Checker available online. UCF’s Covid Self Checker can be found at: https://ucf.service-now.com/self_checker?id=public
- Take personal responsibility by following all Florida Department of Health and CDC health measures, including remaining at home as advised by a healthcare professional and/or in the following circumstances: when you (or, if you are unvaccinated, a housemate) are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19; if unvaccinated, after close contact with a person who is sick with or positive for COVID-19; until released by a healthcare provider or a public health official after receiving a positive COVID-19 test result; and for the period advised by a healthcare provider or public health official while awaiting COVID-19 test results. Do not come to campus if you have tested positive for COVID-19, even if you are asymptomatic, until such time as you are cleared by a healthcare provider to return to normal activities.