SFCC Student On Campus Protocol during COVID-19

  1. Students should take the KnowBe4 COVID training before coming on campus. Link will be sent via SFCC email.  Or you can sign into MySFCC to log into the module. (Optional resource for employees and students: COVID-19 Stop the Spread of Germs)
  2. Student requests for campus access must be approved by faculty or staff and the Dean or Supervisor of the staff for the area; Security will also have on-ground course rosters to use for access requests.
  3. Students should do the CDC Self Check for symptoms before coming on campus.
  4. Students must wash/sanitize hands before coming on campus.
  5. Students must come alone (no family, visitors, or children).
  6. Students are required to wear masks at all times.
  7. Students will need to be screened for COVID risk factors. Students must enter at screening station designated by instructor to be checked in. Be prepared to show identification if requested (i.e., college ID or driver’s license).
  8. Students must maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet at all times including in hallways, classrooms/labs, bathrooms, and inside/outside gathering spaces.
  9. Do not use microwaves, vending machines, and break rooms. (Bring your own prepared food and drinks).
  10. Only water filling stations will be open; avoid water fountains and bring your water bottle.
  11. No students are allowed in the copy rooms.
  12. Only two people in a bathroom at one time.
  13. Wash/Sanitize hands before touching and after using shared equipment such as phones and computers or use gloves when using any shared equipment (immediately dispose of gloves after).
  14. Sanitize shared equipment with alcohol (monitors, electronics, copier touchpads) or cleaning wipes (table/desktops and phones, etc).
  15. Sanitize any surface such as desktops before and after use
  16. Avoid touching doors when possible with hands (use elbows, arms, shoulders, etc.)
  17. Access to campus is restricted to the area approved for students. No loitering or wandering around campus will be allowed.
  18. Time on campus should be limited as much as possible to 4 hours or less.
  19. If a student gets ill while on campus, the student will notify security and faculty and then leave campus immediately; faculty should work with student to make arrangements for any work missed due to the illness. Students who become ill should seek medical attention or stay home in isolation until they are asymptomatic for at least 24 hours before coming back on campus.

Eating Areas on Campus

Students and employees are discouraged from eating on campus. However if needed, students and employees are allowed to eat on campus only in the designated eating areas. The designated eating areas set up are designed to maintain 6-ft social distancing and the furniture in the areas must not be moved. If students or employees have decided to eat their meal on campus, they are encouraged to eat in their offices if possible or use the nearest available designated eating space. After students or employees finish their meals they are expected to either return to their classrooms / office spaces or leave the campus. No loitering on campus will be allowed. PLEASE SANITIZE YOUR EATING AREA BEFORE AND AFTER USE . Contact security (505-428-1224) if no cleaning supplies are available.

The following areas have been designated as authorized eating areas:

  • Health Science student lounge and atrium by the bio-wall
  • Study space outside of woodworking lab
  • Study space outside of culinary lab
  • Study space outside of the radio station
  • Study space outside of media lab
  • Campus center
  • Atrium outside of student development office
  • TATC: tables along the walls
  • TATC entrance lounge (after 5 PM)
  • Arts entrance
  • Arts: tables by the photography lab