DePaul University Newsline > Sections > Campus and Community > On-Campus Events Phase 4 Protocol
By Cheryl Hover /
July 15, 2020 /
Posted in: CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY /
The following information does not apply to in-person classes. Summer I and II classes will be held remotely regardless of class size or the current “Protecting Chicago" phase.
In accordance with recommendations from the
Chicago Department of Public Health and DePaul's commitment to keeping the community safe,
virtual meetings should be considered first and foremost. Departments considering an in-person gathering must be able to demonstrate why a virtual option is impossible.
If your department is considering an on-campus event or activity while in Phase 4, the following guidelines apply:
Request and approval process
To request an on-campus event or activity, please complete the
form at least five business days in advance of the planned event. Conferences Services and the Community Health and Monitoring team will review the request within three business days.
The form asks for the following:
Criteria to approve an event includes:
Adjustments may be necessary to ensure there is sufficient time before and after the event to clean the room and to ensure other events in nearby rooms do not create the potential for bottlenecking/crowding in one area.
Please refer to the
CDPH's travel order issued and be sure to communicate with all event attendees that they may need to quarantine due to their recent travel. Every Tuesday, CDPH will update the list of states included in the order and will go into effect the following Friday.
For more information or questions, please contact Kyle Janis in Conferences Services