This winter, Stanford will be welcoming over 2,000 undergraduate students on top of the 7,000 graduate students on campus. In order to limit the transmission of COVID-19, necessary precautions and guidance for community living are in place.
After months of physical distancing, we know that many of you are eager to gather with friends upon returning to campus. However, the State of California still prohibits most forms of in-person gathering. To provide more clarity on this topic, it is important that you check out this document on the Stanford Health Alerts site that summarize the restrictions currently applicable to in-person gatherings. Check it out!
Public Health requirements issued by the State of California call for colleges and universities to limit external personnel from entering campus grounds and using campus resources. In order to adhere to these requirements, we have initiated a campus zones program. The original messaging for this program can be found below, as can the two updates:
You may be wondering how you can maintain your social well-being while you are here on campus while still upholding the Campus Compact. When considering your social contacts and weighing risks of COVID-19 it may be helpful to think through a “contact budget,” similar to creating a financial budget for yourself.