Yes, campus organizations can meet in person outdoors, with a limit of 20 people. If your organization is larger than 20 people, you could meet virtually or employ a hybrid model. Campus organizations cannot meet indoors at this time.
In addition to in-person meetings, campus organizations may begin planning outdoor events, with no more than 20 attendees. In order to begin advertising your event, you must first meet with a Student Development staff member and/or your faculty/staff organizational advisor to ensure the event has been designed in accordance with our COVID-19 health and safety guidelines. At this time, organizations may not host parties.
Campus organizations that violate the Community Care Agreement, including social distancing or mask guidelines, will lose the privilege of accessing space for the remainder of the semester.
Virtual meetings are still strongly encouraged.
Student Development can provide funding through innovation and collaboration grants, to support a vibrant social experience. Does your organization have an idea to propose? Submit an application here.
NOTE: This information is sourced from an August 28 letter to the student community from Alex Miller, Vice President for Student Development.