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Compliance

At all times, the CCSU community, campus visitors, and vendors are expected to comply with the University’s COVID-19 health and safety protocols, which include wearing an appropriate face mask, social distancing, and following posted guidelines such as directional signs in stairwells. To report an individual who is noncompliant, call the CCSU COVID Hotline at (860) 832-3200.  

Noncompliance  

Resident students: After a first offense, students will meet with the Hall Director and receive a warning. 

Second offense: The student will meet with the Student Rights and Responsibilities Office (SRR) and will be placed on probation for one year.   

Third offense: The student will meet with SRR and will be removed from housing and campus. 


Commuter students
: After a first offense, students will meet with SRR and receive a warning. 

Second offense: The student will meet with SRR and will be placed on probation for one year.   

Third offense: The student will meet with SRR and will be removed from housing and campus. 

Student violations in class: Faculty are encouraged to direct students in their classrooms to comply with face mask and safety requirements. Students who do not comply will be asked to leave the classroom. 

Faculty members also should call the COVID Hotline to report the incident. SRR will manage the complaint and investigate.  

For incidents involving student athletes, an additional report will be made to the Athletic Director. 

Employee violations: Human Resources will provide assistance and direction to managers, deans, and supervisors to address instances of noncompliance, working within collective bargaining agreements where applicable. Continued noncompliance will be addressed as with any other violation of University policy by Human Resources. 

Visitor/Vendor violations: Employees and students who observe visitors and outside vendors and contractors who are not abiding by the University’s health and safety protocols should call the COVID Hotline at (860) 832-3200. 

Prior to conducting business on campus, vendors will work with Facilities Management to provide pertinent, timely information about the health and status of their workers. 

Any contractor/vendor found in violation of the University’s protocols will receive a written reprimand and may be removed from campus. 

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