Reporting and Enforcement

All students, faculty and staff must hold one another accountable in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19 on our campus and within our community.

Reporting

All students, faculty and staff must help in holding each other accountable.

Unsafe and/or non-compliant behavior should be reported using this form or by calling (309) 677-2000. Please be prepared to provide specific addresses/locations, names and details. The university will increase monitoring of activity around campus, particularly at night.

Enforcement

Violation* Sanctioning Ranges**
Not wearing mask Written warning up to suspension/dismissal
Not physically distanced Written warning up to suspension/dismissal
Not Approved large gathering of people in public spaces on campus Written warning up to suspension/dismissal
Guest(s) in residence exceeding approved number $100 fine up to suspension/dismissal
Non-essential errand or activity off-campus - within Peoria area $100 fine up to suspension/dismissal
Unreported travel outside Peoria area $250 fine up to suspension/dismissal
Quarantine violation - willful disregard of policy Banned from campus up to suspension/dismissal
Isolation violation - willful disregard of policy Banned from campus up to suspension/dismissal
Organization hosting an unregistered in-person event $250 fine up to loss of privileges
Organization hosting social event/party $500 fine up to Suspension/dismissal of the organization; additional consideration may be made for an organization, such as loss of housing releases
Organization Non-Compliance not wearing masks/not physically distancing at house or sponsored event Warning Email to President and Advisors up to Suspension for 12 months or Two Full Semesters

*Egregious, significantly threatening and/or multiple violations may be escalated in the sanctioning process

** Sanctioning may consider both individual, host, guest and organization non-compliance

Non-compliance is serious as it may jeopardize the health and safety of other members of the Bradley and the Peoria community; therefore, sanctions will take into consideration the impact of the behavior, prior conduct history and willingness to make the necessary changes. Accordingly, sanctions related to non-compliance are not necessarily progressive. Sanctions may be modified as needed.