Covid-19


The Hidden Benefits of Real-time Occupancy Data

The Hidden Benefits of Real-time Occupancy Data

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted campus life like no other event before it. Some campuses closed completely, others were partially open.

Preparing for the Unpredictable

Preparing for the Unpredictable

Organizations of every kind, particularly higher education campuses, were forced to navigate and adjust to several changes throughout 2020.



CARES Act 2: Larger, but Still Insufficient

CARES Act 2: Larger, but Still Insufficient

Even as the Biden administration has begun pushing for the next recovery package, educators are still sorting out the details of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, otherwise known as "CARES Act 2."

Create a Trusted Experience

During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, leadership at the private college began exploring how they could safely resume on-campus classes in the fall of 2020 and maintain operations should isolated parts of the community contract COVID-19.

How Technology Can Be Used to Keep Schools and Students Safe

Using Technology

The COVID pandemic has changed how we educate young people in this country.

Dixie State University to Require Masks Through End of Semester

Last week, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox signed a bill set to take effect on April 10 that revokes the statewide mask mandate. On the campus of Dixie State University in St. George, Utah, however, wearing masks will still be required through the end of the Spring 2021 semester.

K-12 Schools Lead Michigan in COVID Outbreak Sites

According to data recently released by the state of Michigan, K-12 schools are the leading site of COVID outbreaks in the state. However, state and school officials caution that these statistics can be misleading.

Duquesne Announces Fall 2021 Return to In-Person Learning

Duquesne University, located in Pittsburgh, Pa., announced this week that it will resume a “full, on-campus learning environment and regular student life operations” for the fall semester. During the summer, it will integrate faculty and staff back into offices and buildings and make any updates to campus necessary to optimize health and safety practices.

UC Davis Spring Break

UC Davis Offers Financial Incentive for Stay-at-Home Spring Break

The University of California, Davis is offering its students a monetary incentive to stay home for spring break. Students who opt for a quiet “staycation” over a more traditional college spring break experience will receive $75 in gift cards. The offer comes as the U.S. approaches the one-year anniversary of coronavirus-related shutdowns and restrictions all around the country.

Texas Education Agency Updates Public Health Guidance

Following Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement that he was revoking the statewide mask mandate the Texas Education Agency (TEA) has updated its public health guidelines for state schools.

Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - May / June 2022

    May / June 2022

    Featuring:

    • Traffic Management
    • Secure Campus Awards
    • The Next Evolution of Campus Security
    • Enhance Environmental Hygiene for K-12 Schools

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