Pre/Post Arrival Protocols

Pre-arrival Preparation 

Students, faculty, and staff will begin to observe some best public health practices in the 14 days prior to arrival on campus. During this period students, faculty, and staff should do the following to the best of their abilities and based on their personal circumstances.

  • Complete Wentworth pre-arrival training (more information to follow)
  • Conduct daily symptom monitoring and temperature taking
  • Wear face coverings outside the home and when one cannot physically distance from others to the extent possible
  • Stay home as much as practicable unless it is necessary to leave for medical or work reasons
  • Minimize interaction with others and separate from other household members
  • Limit shared bedroom and bathrooms, to the extent possible
  • Do not share utensils, dishes, cups/glasses, bedding, towels, or other personal items
  • Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces daily including phones, remote controls, countertops, tabletops, doorknobs, bathroom handles, toilets, keyboards and tablets
  • Wash your hands often and thoroughly
  • Encourage family and friends to observe these best practices with you

Student post-arrival protocols 

Students will continue to be extra vigilant in observing some best public health practices in the first 14 days following arrival on campus including:

  • Conduct daily symptom monitoring and temperature taking
  • Wear face coverings outside of assigned residence hall rooms
  • Stay within your room unless it is necessary to leave such as for class, student life or WOW activities, or for meals
  • Minimize interaction with others outside of your residence hall room/suite and classes
  • Do not share utensils, dishes, cups/glasses, bedding, towels, or other personal items
  • Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces daily including phones, remote controls, countertops, tabletops, doorknobs, bathroom handles, toilets, keyboards and tablets
  • Wash your hands often and thoroughly
  • Encourage your roommate/suitemates to observe these best practices with you

Students, faculty, and staff will continue to observe many of the above public health best practices