As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s up to all of us in the Bradley family to unite. By doing your part, on and off campus, you can help ensure everyone’s health and minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19 on our campus.
The best way you can help the Bradley family stay safe is to follow campus health and wellbeing protective measures as well as those from the city of Peoria, Peoria County and the State of Illinois. Following these guidelines greatly reduces the chances of becoming ill or placing others at risk.
Those members of the Bradley family who have previously tested positive for COVID-19 should follow the expectations and guidelines outlined below.
Let’s all agree to take personal responsibility for our own health and make a commitment to support one another during this unprecedented time. Let’s remind each other — when necessary — of these expectations and advocate for healthy practices for all.
By doing your part, you can help keep the Bradley family safe and strong!
Expectations and Guidelines
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Wear a face covering. Accommodations will be made to comply with the ADA requirements for those who shouldn’t wear masks.
Practice physical distancing by keeping a 6-foot distance from others at all times.
Use proper handwashing and hygiene.
Participate in campus surveillance testing.
Adhere to campus isolation and quarantine guidelines.
Complete the Symptom Tracker every day you’re on campus.
Stay home if you don’t feel well.
Limit gatherings of any size. Defer to occupancy numbers posted in individual campus spaces and campus guidelines related to number of guests allowed.
Complete a training module so you have a thorough understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic.
University policies surrounding COVID-19 extend to behaviors on and off campus, including for students who are remote learners residing in the Bradley campus area.
Students who violate these expectations and guidelines — including when under quarantine or isolation — will be referred to the COVID-19 Conduct Violation Review Team. Disciplinary actions range from written warnings and fines to suspension and dismissal from campus. Student organizations may face disciplinary action, including warnings, fines, suspending the organization and loss of housing releases.
All university employees are expected to comply with these expectations and guidelines. Employees who fail to do so and/or consistently disregard Bradley's safety requirements (distancing, masks, testing and contact tracing, etc.) may be subject to disciplinary actions, up to being placed on administrative leave without pay.
Please direct any questions or concerns to your supervisor or you may contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.