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Yes. LIU will offer its regular selection of in-person and online courses in fall 2020.
All members of the campus community will be required to wear face covering at all times while on campus. As well as, practice social distancing wherever feasible.
All Employees and students are required to follow basic infection prevention protocols: maintain social distancing, wear a face covering, and practice hand hygiene as well as respiratory etiquette. Sanitizer dispensing devices have been installed at most entryways and stairway access and egress points on both campuses. Signage has been posted in all facilities to remind the campus community to follow recommended protocols. Throughout campus, cleaning and disinfection have been enhanced to ensure that public areas, offices, and residence halls are sanitized more often.
Screening is in place to monitor possible COVID-19 symptoms and to prevent the spread of infection on campus. All campus spaces have been modified to promote social distancing and health hygiene. Touchless fixtures have been installed in all buildings. Courses are being modified to enhance remote components even when taught in-person. Student Affairs has planned an array of virtual or socially distanced events to encourage safe interaction among students. Residence hall occupancies are limited to single or double rooms and dining operations have been reconfigured to allow for safe food service, delivery and consumption.
Vulnerable student populations should contact the Office of the Dean of Students Office at 718-488-1573 (Brooklyn) or 516-299-2480 (Post) to discuss possible alternative arrangements. Employees who are seeking accommodations or alternative working arrangements should contact the LIU Human Resources Office at 516-299-4217.
All academic support services are available. Some services will be offered virtually and online with students and will continue to do so until it is safe to return to normal operations. A list of services can be found on the LIU Website under campus life.
LIU Libraries Services continued to offer learning support to students as they studied remotely in the spring and summer. They will continue to do so this fall in conjunction with reduced in-person services that meet social distancing guidelines in the library facilities.
Employees should contact their healthcare provider.
Students who suspect they may have COVID-19 symptoms should contact Health Services on their campus. They will be screened by health care providers over the phone and then directed to the proper facility for an appointment, if necessary.
Health Services at LIU Brooklyn are offered through The Brooklyn Hospital Center on Dekalb Avenue across from campus. Call 718-246-6450.
At LIU Post, students in need of further medical attention are referred to the Riland Health Center located adjacent to LIU Post. Call 516-299-3468.
In an emergency, call Public Safety at 516-299-2222.
***Exposed is defined as being less than six feet from a person for a period of more than 15 minutes.
If you are an employee, you must leave campus immediately and remain in quarantine for 14 days. You should follow your healthcare provider’s instruction and contact your supervisor and LIU Human Resources Office at 516-299-4217 for further information. Arrangements should be made to teach your class remotely or a substitute should be identified.
If you are a residential student who has been exposed to a positive COVID-19 case, you may choose to return home to quarantine for 14 days, or you may quarantine for 14 days in a designated residence hall on campus. If you remain on campus, Student Affairs will work with you to ensure that your basic needs are met, including food, medicine, counseling, and academic needs. Your department chair or academic dean will work with you to arrange for remote instruction while you are quarantined.
If you are a commuter student who has been exposed to a positive COVID-19 case, you must leave campus immediately and remain in quarantine for 14 days. Your department chair or academic dean will work with you to arrange for remote instruction while you are quarantined.
If you are an employee, isolate. You should follow your healthcare provider’s instruction and contact your supervisor and LIU Human Resources Office at 516-299-4217 for further information.
If you are a residential student and test positive for COVID-19, you should return home for medical care. If you cannot return home, Student Affairs will work with you to provide housing in an isolation dorm on campus and to ensure that your basic needs are met, including food, medicine, counseling, and academic needs. Your department chair or academic dean will work with you to arrange for remote instruction while you are ill.
If you are a commuter student and test positive for COVID-19, you should leave campus and seek medical care at home. Your department chair or academic dean will work with you to arrange for remote instruction while you are ill.
Everyone on campus will be required to wear a face covering in public. This rule will be enforced by the LIU Student Code of Conduct and by Human Resources policies.
For LIU Post students who test positive for COVID-19, Nassau and Suffolk County health officials will conduct contact tracing with the assistance of LIU Post staff and administrators. For LIU Brooklyn students who test positive for COVID-19, contact tracing will be conducted by the University with the assistance of county health authorities in Brooklyn.
It is natural to feel stress and anxiety in this situation, and it is helpful to talk to someone who can offer guidance and coping options. In Brooklyn, please contact Psychological Services at 718-488-1266. At Post, please contact the Center for Healthy Living at 516-299-3468.
Isolation and quarantine help protect the public by preventing exposure to people who have or may have a contagious disease.
Isolation separates sick people with a contagious disease from people who are not sick.
Quarantine separates and restricts the movement of people who were exposed to a contagious disease to see if they become sick.
IT Summer 2020 Training Resources
List of Workshops: June 25 thru August 19 (11am-12:30pm)
Tutorials and Resources
Upon an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org , ITRC also offers 1on1 training that is tailored to meet specific departmental needs. If your department is interested in a 1on1 Departmental Workshop session please send an email request to IT@liu.edu and include the following information: