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You must be wearing a face mask properly and securely before entering the library.
The wearing of face masks is required in all campus buildings
Bandanas, scarves, or stretched shirts are not considered safe alternatives for face masks.
Masks must cover the nose and mouth and have tension that reasonably seals both the top and bottom of the mask.
During the fall semester, mask dispensing stations will be offered at five locations on campus: the former University smoking huts and a drive-up depot located at the top of Arute Parking Lot. Additionally, during first two weeks of the semester, supplies of masks will be in tents outside of academic buildings.
Individuals who have underlying medical conditions and have been advised by a medical professional to refrain from wearing a face mask or other PPE, shall not come to campus. Students, before coming to campus, must contact the Office of Student Disability Services for further instructions. Students who do not comply with this policy will be asked to leave the classroom and reported to the COVID Hotline at (860) 832-3200. The Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities (SRR) will follow up and sanctions may result.