NEW CDC GUIDANCE REGARDING FACE COVERING
April 7, 2020 | College Communications
Dear North Central College Community,
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently issued new guidance regarding the use of cloth face coverings. Individuals are now strongly encouraged to wear a face covering when they are making unavoidable visits to public locations, especially where maintaining at least six feet of physical distance between themselves and others may not be possible.
The College’s COVID-19 Institutional Response Team (IRT) is writing to share how this new guidance will affect some of those individuals who are still performing essential functions on campus, and to encourage all members of the campus community to follow the CDC’s new guidance regarding face coverings. Please be advised that you may see individuals—particularly those in Campus Safety, Residence Life, Food Service, and Operations—wearing a face covering when interacting closely with others as part of their work.
The IRT appreciates your cooperation with the CDC’s new guidance and your ongoing commitment to each other’s health and well-being, within the campus community and throughout the broader community. Below are some helpful CDC links.
Best wishes for the remainder of the Spring Semester!
The Institutional Response Team,
Dr. Kimberly Sluis, vice president for student affairs and strategic initiative, IRT Chair
Adrian Aldrich, executive director of development and alumni affairs
Jeremy Borling, director of communications
Matt Burden, vice president for Information and technology, CIO
Joshua Davis, senior director of dining services, Chartwells
Whitney Ewing, assistant director, center for global education, education abroad
Jim Godo, assistant vice president for external affairs and special assistant to the president
Mike Hudson, vice president for operations
Dr. Steve Johnston, Roger and Nadeane Hruby professor in the liberal arts and sciences; professor of biology
Ashley Klco, director of campus safety
Kimberly Larsson, executive director, center for global education; assistant dean
Kevin McCarthy, assistant vice president for student affairs and dean of students
Marty Sauer, vice president for enrollment management and athletics
Tatiana Sifri, director of the Dyson Wellness Center
Maryellen Skerik, vice president for finance
Mary Spreitzer, assistant vice president of human resources
Matthew Tyberg, environmental health and safety manager
Jesus Velasco, assistant director, center for global education, international student services and engagement
Natalie Vivacqua, director of operations
Judith Ways, college health nurse
Steven Weaver, assistant dean of students
Dr. Julie Williams, assistant provost for student success and dean of academic services
Andrew Zobac, director of residence life
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