Campus Safety During COVID-19

Safety is our First Priority

It is the expectation that all Atlantic Cape visitors, students, faculty, and staff will take personal responsibility in helping to keep our Atlantic Cape family safe by following safety protocols while on campus and by limiting their personal exposure to the best of their ability. Per CDC Guidelines, if you feel unwell, stay home. Everyone has a part to play, and we know that you will continue to make smart decisions in order to keep everyone safe.

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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.

The following is required for anyone to enter our campuses.

temp check

Wellness Checks required before entry.

This applies to all visitors, students, faculty and staff at all campus buildings. Those with a temperature of 100.3 or higher will not be admitted.

Masks must be worn at all times.

The only exception is for while eating or drinking. Masks should also be worn on campus grounds whenever social distancing is not possible, per Governor Murphy's orders.
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Maintain Social Distancing.

Maintain a distance of 6 ft or more between yourself and other parties. Social distancing should be maintained at all times, even when both parties are wearing masks.
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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.

Enhanced 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
  • Social distancing and mask requirements for our campus locations
  • Remote learning/work opportunities and staggered schedules to reduce the amount of people on campus

To see the full list of precautions, view our safe reopening plan which was reviewed and approved by the state of New Jersey and is in accordance with all local and federal guidance for mitigating the risk of COVID-19.