Health & wellbeing
in accordance with the palm beach county executive order, facial coverings are required on campus.
signage in common areas across campus help define best practices. social distancing of six feet should be practiced to the maximum extent possible, even when facial coverings are worn.
limited capacity in shared spaces
signage across campus indicates room capacity and traffic flow for common areas, including classrooms, lounges, elevators and laundry rooms. seating arrangements in other community spaces such as dining areas and study rooms maximize physical distance.
there’s no place like home, so community living environments require extra care. assigned rooms have a maximum of two students, and residents cannot have visitors, including guests from the same or other residence buildings.
residents may enter only their own residential building, unless otherwise posted (i.e., staff offices).
select screening procedures help students, employees and campus guests remain aware of their wellness.
students and employees must conduct daily self-checks for symptoms of the coronavirus.
campus safety may administer additional precautionary screening before granting access to campus.
lynn partnered with cvs health to provide on-site rapid result covid-19 testing services in the event testing is required. testing is available to on-campus students and employees, only. appointments are required.