As CU Denver gradually returns to campus in fall 2020, we are committed to providing quality learning experiences, robust support services, and opportunities to be a part of the Lynx community.
If you are returning to campus for any reason, please read and follow the steps below before coming to campus.
One-time: You must take the one-time SkillSoft training “COVID-19 Return to Campus - CU Denver” before returning to campus for the first time. Once you have finished the training, take a screenshot of the certificate of completion on your mobile device. You may be asked to show this at a health check-in station.
Daily: Every morning before coming to campus, you should take your own temperature and then complete a daily health attestation. You will receive an approval confirmation email, which you should be prepared to show at a health check-in station.
Health check-in station locations and hours are listed below. Allow a minimum of 30 minutes to check in.
Starting Aug. 17—the first day of fall semester—all students are authorized to be on campus.
Daily on-site check-in at a designated health check-in station is required for everyone returning to campus. Health check-in station locations and hours are listed below. Follow these steps each day:
Visibly wear your CU Denver ID badge. Follow all safety protocols below, including wearing a face covering at all times, indoors and outdoors. The only exception is working alone in a closed workspace.
Most buildings will have one entry point and one exit point during regular class/business hours. Outside of these hours, building entrances will remain locked and accessible only by the ID badge reader. Make sure your CU Denver ID badge is activated and you have permissions for the buildings you need to access. For questions about your access permissions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reporting on COVID-19 exposure and testing is essential to our campus community. You must self-report your status if you fall into any of the following groups.
If you fall into any of these groups, please take the following steps.
These last three steps are especially important as we monitor the impact of COVID-19 within the campus community and beyond. Gathering pertinent health information is essential to the well-being of the campus community.
Do you know of someone who needs support or do you have a concern about something happening in regards to COVID-19? Submit a referral form to get assistance.
This dashboard displays a number of campus COVID-19 metrics, including the number of asymptomatic tests conducted by our campus testing operations and positive cases among CU Denver students, faculty, and staff.
Allow a minimum of 30 minutes to check in.
Lynx Crossing Residence Hall
Enter through main doors on east side of the building, station located at check-in desk inside lobby
Hours: 7 a.m. – noon, Monday – Friday
North Classroom Building
Beginning tomorrow morning, Sep. 23, the North Classroom health check-in station will be relocated to Atrium A along the wall of windows, closest to Speer.
Hours: 7 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Friday
Student Wellness Center
Enter through the 12th and Walnut entrance of the building and follow signage to station
Hours: 7 – 9 a.m., 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., 4 – 6:30 p.m., Monday – Friday
Enter through the Lawrence Street entrance to the building and follow signage to station
Hours: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., Monday – Thursday
CU Denver Building
Enter through the 14th Street entrance to the building and follow signage to station
Hours: 7:15 – 9:00 a.m., 12 – 2:00 p.m., Monday – Friday
If a health check-in station is closed, please proceed to a nearby health check-in station. If it is after-hours, on the weekend, or on a holiday, please complete the daily attestation and save your approval email.
Everyone has a role in keeping themselves and our campus community safe. Please follow these guidelines at all times when on campus. Read more detailed safety protocols.