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Guidelines for Fall 2020 in COVID-19 Situation

SUNY Koreaㅣ2020-08-07 15:59

1. Guideline for instructors

  • Each student should check his/her temperature at the entrance of the classroom. If anyone has a fever (37.5°C or higher) or respiratory symptoms, the student has to report it to the instructor and return to home. 

  • Instructors have to wear a mask during the class including while lecturing and keep a distance of at least 2 meters from students during their class.

  • Instructors who are using a microphone can get microphone covers from the office of Academic Affairs.



2. Guideline for students

  • Students should wear a mask while on campus.

  • Each student is advised to check their health condition and temperature at their home or dormitory before coming to the classroom.

  • Anyone who is entering the building should follow the directions in order to check the temperature. 

  • Each student will need to double-check their temperature at the entrance of the classroom.

  • If a student has a fever (37.5°C or higher) or respiratory symptoms, he or she should go back to home or dormitory and report it to the instructor via email.

  • Avoid spaces that are highly likely to be dense in buildings, and elevators.

  • Hand sanitizers are available throughout the building, so please disinfect your hands frequently.

  • Students should make a reservation to use the library, study room, and computer lab and sit on the assigned seats with a sticker.

  • Students are responsible for reviewing precautions for the university facility (such as libraries, study rooms, MEC Labs, FIT Labs, Computer Labs, etc.) before they make a reservation to use it.


3. Precautions

    1) Academic Building Access

  • Opened: 

        - Zone A: B1 Floor (Parking lot entrance) 

        - Zone B: 1st Floor

        - Zone C: 1st Floor 

  • Closed: All the other entrances

  • All people entering the Academic Building should wear masks, have their body temperature checked, and use hand sanitizers to disinfect their hands at the entrance.

  • All visitors should write their body temperature and contact information on the building access log as well. 

  • If anyone experiences fever (37.5°C or higher) he or she is required to report it to the staff and leave the campus.


    2) School attendance

  • If a student experiences fever(37.5°C or higher) or respiratory symptoms (such as coughing, difficulty  breathing, etc.), he or she should not come to school and notify the instructor of the fact via email. If the instructor is not reachable, please contact the Academic Affairs or the Department Coordinator. 

  • For students who have left the class due to suspected symptoms or who are unable to attend the class due to the COVID-19 symptoms, they should not get any disadvantage in attendance score due to the absence of the class.


    3) During the class

  • Masks should be worn at all times while on campus. Students who do not wear masks should leave the classroom immediately.

  • After entering the room, make sure to have as much distance as possible between individuals. If seat movement or temperature check is required, please cooperate.

  • Students should use only designated seats in order to maintain the distance between individuals.

  • The distance between students should be maintained during group discussions and intermission.

  • Students who have fever or respiratory symptoms (coughs, difficulty breathing, etc.) during the class should immediately notify the instructor of the incident and move to the designated classroom for COVID-19.


    4) After the class

  • Students should not take off their masks outside of the classroom.


    5) During supplementary activities 

    *For Library,  Study Room, and Study Lounge

  • Each department should make a rule to control the number of students who use the study room.

  • Students should make a reservation to use the department study room through each department coordinator via email. Students should contact the department coordinator at least 1-week prior to the date they want to use the room. (In the case of using the library study room, students will have to contact the librarian, with equal rules)

  • Every student is responsible for cleaning their hands by using hand sanitizer and checking their temperature before entering these university facilities.

  • Students with fever, cough or any other symptoms should not use these areas and return to home or dormitory.

  • Every student will sign up on a log sheet when they enter the department study room.

  • Stickers will be put on desks to indicate available seats in the library and study rooms. If possible, chairs and desks will also be relocated in order for students to keep enough distance. 

  • Every student should wear a mask while they are staying in the library, study room and study lounge.

  • Every student should maintain a social distance of at least 2m while they are staying in the library, study room, and study lounge. 


4. Specific guidelines for labs

    1) For SBU computer labs (A313) 

  • Students are responsible for disinfecting hands by using a hand sanitizer before they enter the lab.

  • Before using the lab, students should wear the prepared disposable gloves and check their temperature.

  • After checking their temperature, students will sign up on the log sheet and seat on assigned seats with a sticker. 

  • Every student should wear a mask while they are staying in the lab. 

  • Students should maintain a social distance of at least 2m in the lab. 

  • Before leaving the lab, students need to clean their desks, keyboards, monitors, and mouses using antibacterial wipes. 

  • No food or drinks are allowed in the classroom.


    2) For FIT lab courses

        FIT follows all general precautions and guidelines of SUNY Korea. In addition to the general precautions,

        below is the FIT-specific precautions.


        A. <All Classes> include FF211 / FF111 / AR101/ TD112

  • When students enter the classroom, they should check their body temperature. 

  • When students enter and leave the classroom, they are responsible for using hand sanitizer.

  • After each class, students should clean their desks using antibacterial wipes.

  • A small number of student groups will be formed to prevent any possible spread. 

  • Students need to avoid speaking to each other in the classroom unless absolutely necessary.

  • No food or drinks are allowed in the classroom.


        B. <FD117 / FD217 / FD243 / FD133>

  • Students will be assigned one dress form, a sewing machine and a table for the entire semester.

  • For other equipment(special sewing machines, iron etc) which they need to share, they should clean with antibacterial wipes right after they use it. 

  • Labs will be operated for limited hours.

  • All students will be assigned to one of the 3 apparel labs (C703, C706, C708)

  • All lectures and demos will be recorded to be provided for students.

  • Students need to avoid speaking to each other in the classroom unless absolutely necessary.

  • No food or drinks are allowed in the classrooms.


        C. <FF143 / FF245 / FM223 / MG 153>

  • Computers are set 2 meters apart from each other in A314.

  • Students need to avoid speaking to each other in the classroom unless absolutely necessary.

  • No food or drinks are allowed in the classrooms.

  • All students should clean the keyboard and computer mouse with antibacterial wipes after use.


        D. <TS131>

  • For lecture hours, students will follow the guidelines of regular classes. 

  • For lab hours, A group of 10 students will be assigned to C308 and C505 respectively for the first half of the lab hours and take turns in the second half of the lab hours. (C308: a lab room and C505: a regular classroom).

  • Students need to avoid speaking to each other in the classroom unless absolutely necessary.

  • No food or drinks are allowed in the classroom.

  • All students should clean the keyboard, computer mouse, and/or lab equipment with antibacterial wipes after use.

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