Campus Safety During COVID-19

Safety is our First Priority

Anyone planning on visiting our campuses must complete the Daily Health Assessment form prior to arrival. After you complete the form, if you receive a green checkmark with a confirmation code, permitting you to be on campus. When you arrive, you will have your code verified by a security guard, and a wristband will be issued.

If you receive a red stop sign, do not come to campus and follow the instructions on the screen.

If you are permitted on campus, you will receive a wristband which must be worn at all times.

mask

You MUST wear a mask on campus.

All persons on campus, fully vaccinated or otherwise, are required to wear mask on campus.
social distancing

Continue to Maintain Social Distancing.

We encourage maintaining a distance of 6 ft or more between yourself and other parties.
wash hands

Wash or Sanitize Hands Often.

Thoroughly wash your hands for at least 20 seconds whenever you are able. Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the campus for your convenience.

stop graphicNot Feeling Well? Be Considerate of Others.

If you do not feel well or think that you have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19, stay home. Do not visit Atlantic Cape. We would be glad to assist via phone, email, or a virtual appointment.

 

All students and visitors are asked to complete the following wellness check before visiting campus

FOLLOW THIS LINK FOR THE DAILY VISITOR AND SELF-MONITORING FORM

Campus safety protocols at Atlantic Cape

Atlantic Cape has enacted numerous safety protocols in order to keep visitors safe. These measures include but are not limited to 

  • Sanitizing frequently touched surfaces and common areas
  • Implementing hand sanitizing stations across each of our 3 campus locations
  • Installing plexiglass barriers between staff and visitors for transactions
  • Masks are required of everyone in indoor locations on campus
  • Recommending social distancing of at least six feet
  • Remote learning/work opportunities and staggered schedules to reduce the amount of people on campus

Where can I get more information on Coronavirus?

Anyone who has questions or concerns about COVID-19 may call the state hotline at 1-800-222-1222, which is available 24/7 with multi-language capacity. People in New Jersey with a non-New Jersey cell phone may call 1-800-962-1253. Operators are not able to diagnose or provide specific medical recommendations. Those seeking medical advice should contact a healthcare provider.