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Working On Campus

Taking care of our faculty and staff is important. We will work together to create healthy work spaces.

Rotating Schedules

When possible, supervisors are creating rotating and alternative schedules for staff to reduce the number of people on campus at any one time; schedules are created to ensure that students have access services both in person, online or over the phone.

COVID Cleaning Carts  

Carts with disinfectant cleaning supplies have been placed throughout the campus for use by staff to assist with cleaning their work areas.


All OLLU students and employees are required to conduct a self-screening using the #CampusClear app before coming onto campus. The app is available through the AppStore on IPhones and Google Play for Androids. Detailed instructions on downloading the app and additional information about the app are available at this link .

Using the app to conduct a self-screening

  • Open the app before coming onto campus.
  • Answer the one question #CampusClear asks.
  • Follow the guidance provided by the app. The app will tell you whether you are clear to come onto campus or not.
  • Students and employees must self-screen via the app every day they plan to come to campus. You do not have to self-screen via the app on days you are not coming to campus.

Report COVID Diagnosis or Close Contact 

Do not attend work if you are feeling ill or have any COVID-related symptoms or have tested positive for COVID or had known close-contact exposure* to someone who has tested positive for COVID; self-report symptoms or illness by calling the OLLU Reporting Line at 210-431-3949 or by using this online form: Health Self-Reporting .

*Note: Close contact is defined as “someone who was within 6 feet of an infected
person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period starting from 2 days (48 hours) before illness onset (or, for asymptomatic patients, 2 days prior to specimen collection) until the time the patient is isolated.” This is referred to as the 6-15-48 principle.