Clubs holding in-person general meetings on campus will still need to submit an event form on PackLife but will not need to attend a SEAB meeting. Club leaders and/or attendees may be asked to complete an updated COVID-19 safety training and/or waiver.
During general meetings, it is the responsibility of Presidents and Treasurers to enforce COVID-19 Safety Protocols.
SEAB will continue to require that attendance be recorded at all gatherings for the purpose of contact tracing. These records must be kept for six weeks. Sign-in sheets are not recommended. Instead, clubs are encouraged to use the check-in feature on PackLife.
Per the current CDC guidelines, all participants are required to wear face coverings at indoor venues. See the section on face coverings below for what constitutes a face covering.
Extra face coverings, hand sanitizer or hand washing stations, and cleaning supplies are required at meetings and can be picked up at the ASUN front desk.
ASUN student group (this includes clubs and ASUN departments) meetings hosted on campus may include external guests, attendees, or guest speakers.
Groups must abide by the Food and Catering and Fundraising Activity protocols (see sections below).
External guests or vendors are allowed to table with student groups but additional requirements may need to be completed through SEAB.
Groups should make sure members and attendees know that if they are sick they should not attend in-person activities, events, or meetings.
Groups should provide the following information to all members regarding appropriate action steps if a member reports being ill/sick and/or may have been exposed to COVID-19: If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or if you need to be tested based on potential exposure, please contact your primary care provider or Student Health Center (775) 784-6598. You may be instructed to come in for an appointment or go to another designated testing site. If you need emergency care, you should contact 911.
Failure to adhere to COVID-19 Safety Protocols will result in the cancellation of your meeting and may impact future in-person events for your organization.