The following is a quick reference guide of the things that you need to know regarding campus life and COVID-19. if you have any questions or concerns, please contact Andrew Pollom, Dean of Student Affairs, at .
When an individual enters your residential space that is not a roommate all students
must put on a mask.
There are instances were a University official may approve a student to not wear a mask. For example, during athletic practice when a staff member is present.
- Single room: 2
- Double room: 4 two students assigned to a triple room are still expected to observe the double occupancy standard
- Cheshire common rooms: 8 masks must be worn
- Mountainview and Northwood: 8
- Lakeview Efficiency: 4
- Lakeview Townhouse: 12
Lakeview efficiency residents are not considered roommate and if are in the townhouse masks must be worn, and vice versa.
- Sawmills 2 person apartment: 4
- Sawmills 3 person apartment: 6
- Common Spaces: If there are common spaces in your residential area please abide by posted occupancy limits, if unsure please contact your Resident Director.
If a student is non-compliant with the COVID expectations, it may result in the following outcomes:
First or second offenses of particularly high-risk behavior, such as blatant disregard of expectations and safety precautions, an act that provides a heightened risk and threat of transmission or infection to others, or the hosting and attendance at a social gathering, whether alcohol is present or consumed or not, on or off campus in violation of precautionary requirements and expectations, may result in your immediate dismissal and removal from campus if found responsible.
If a report is made that a student is allegedly in violation of the COVID-19 policies
that student will receive notification of charges by a representative of the Office
of Student Conduct and Community Standards.
Call Campus Safety at 603-899-4210
Call Student Affairs at 603-899-4176
If any member of the community (student, faculty, staff, or outside community member) feels that an incident has occurred violating the COVID policy, or any other University policy, the concerned person can submit an Anonymous (or non-anonymous if the submitter chooses) Incident Report about concerns that have happened on or off campus.
Questions or concerns regarding any of the above information can be directed to one or all of the following staff members: