Last updated July 9, 2021
Physical distancing is required in some campus buildings and recommended for those who are not fully vaccinated.
Physical Distancing Requirements
As of June 1, 2021, UND has gone back to full occupancy with fewer physical distancing requirements.
However, we have several programs on campus that have a particular professional obligation in their work with community members in health care or other settings. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, physical distancing should be followed whenever possible, and particularly in the following buildings:
- School of Medicine & Health Sciences Building
- UND Facilities at the Airport
- Student Health Services
- University Children’s Center
To promote physical distancing in these buildings, we need to follow COVID-19 signage to help with traffic control. All changes were made to reinforce distancing, prevent crowding and help with contact tracing should an outbreak occur.
Designated Entrances and Exits
Some UND buildings will have a designated primary entrance and multiple exits. Depending on the floor plan, some buildings may have a secondary entrance and/or emergency only exits. During an emergency, evacuate using all entrances and exits.
Those with circumstances which prevent them from using the designated entrance and exits should use the method that works best to access and exit buildings and rooms throughout campus. For questions about accessibility, please contact:
Inside some UND buildings, follow directional arrows and floor stickers to help maintain a physical distance of six feet in hallways, stairwells and elevators.
Multi-user restrooms in some buildings will have physical distancing reminders on exterior doors.
Stay behind shields that are installed in areas where physical distancing is not possible, or at common points of interaction, such as reception desks and at the front of classrooms.