Provost Edward Feser offers updates in a message to OSU faculty and staff and a message to students regarding the university’s plans to resume in-person teaching and provide for a gradual and phased resumption of on-site university activities, in keeping with Oregon Health Authority and local health authorities’ guidelines.
The university continues to refine this plan and invites feedback from the university community on how to best achieve the objective of keeping everyone healthy within OSU’s campuses, labs, Extension offices and experiments stations around the state. Please send your comments, advice and questions to email@example.com.
Local health authorities and hospitals must certify these requirements for OSU to begin resuming localized onsite activities.
Cooling off period - if required
What would occur on-site
What would be remote
Oregon State University will deploy primary public health controls to prevent and slow the transmission of COVID-19. OSU’s public health measures are multi-pronged and include prevention, testing, contact tracing, isolation and quarantine protocols, containment measures, and personal and community care.