Campus Entry Procedures
North Seattle College will admit the following groups to campus:
- Faculty and students in approved classes and programs for which on-campus access is essential
- Essential staff, approved by their supervisor
- Students that have confirmed appointments with Student Services
All other instruction and services will continue remote operations and campus will remain closed to the public.
North Seattle College is opening its physical locations in compliance with all public health and state higher education guidelines. Those authorized to enter campus are asked to follow processes, actions, and procedures below:
- Take your temperature at home – Please take your temperature at home each time you plan to come to campus. If you have a fever 100.4° F or above, or do not feel well, remain at home.
- Wear a face mask – You need to wear a face mask that covers your mouth and nose. If possible, please bring your own. We have a limited supply on hand for those who do not have one.
- Check-in and check-out daily at established locations – Everyone entering and leaving a campus will be expected to check in and check out by completing a form (Students | Employees) at established entry/exit points. Upon arriving to campus, students must check-in at the Bookstore, and employees must check-in at the Security Office. See the map below.
- Take the Required Health and Safety Training – You will be expected to complete health and safety training that details recommended social distancing and hygiene best practices.
COVID-19 safety training for employees is available with live Q&A through zoom or on your own schedule here.
Got questions? Need support? Join our Health and Safety Virtual Open Office Hours every Thursday at 3:00 pm. Register here for Zoom meeting details.
COVID-19 safety training for students
Follow-up training is required on a weekly-basis for all employees and students working and studying on-campus.
Covid-19 weekly follow-up training for all employees and students
If you have additional questions, students should ask their instructors, and employees should ask their supervisors. We appreciate everyone’s patience and diligence in working to keep everyone safe.