Updated June 2020
The university's plan for an in-person fall semester experience comes with adjustments for the health and safety of the campus community during the pandemic.
BYU-wide announcements, resources, and FAQs are updated at the links below:
- Obtain ID card access entry to the buildings from your instructor, advisor, or supervisor if needed.
- Campus buildings should only be used by those who do not have the resources they need (such as reliable internet access), not to provide a convenient place for student groups to congregate. Do not come to campus unless it is essential.
- Students who require access to facilities will now also need building access after building closures issued 4/1 (see Building Access).
- Work with your instructor, advisor, or supervisor to get ID card access to closed facilities.
We are grateful to many alumni and students who have reached out inquiring about ways they can help use their unique engineering knowledge and resources to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
One effort to help combat COVID-19 that is currently underway is the creation of 3D-printed protective masks for first responders. Visit the link below to find opportunities and resources to get you started.
If you do end up joining in any of these organized efforts, we’d love to see photos of your machinery, process, etc. to help showcase the effort of our talented students and alumni. Send those to email@example.com or via our Facebook and Instagram pages (@byuengineering).
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Hygiene Best Practices
- Keep 6 feet between yourself and others
- Use your own study table
- Avoid gathering in groups > 10 people
- Avoid public areas
- Wipe down shared surfaces such as tables, computer equipment, remotes, etc. before use
- Wash hands immediately after using shared surfaces
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