Face masks are required everywhere on campus! You are allowed to remove your face mask in your assigned apartment only.
No Overnight visitors, only Redlands students that are assigned to apartment are allowed to stay overnight
No outside visitors are allowed inside the apartments. If Redlands students gather in an apartment absolutely no more than 10 individuals per apartment and face masks must be worn.
Apartments must be cleaned and disinfected often! This is extremely important in shared areas such as kitchens, bathrooms, and living rooms. Redlands staff cleaned and disinfected all apartments in depth before move in. Once the students move-in, it is the responsibility of the students to keep apartments clean!
Students not feeling well should stay in their room and contact your instructors and the housing director for further instructions. According to the CDC website, you should watch for these symptoms:
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
* If students travel home and are exposed to anyone with COVID-19, please stay home! If you have already returned to campus, stay inside your room and self-isolate. Contact the housing director and let her know of your situation. It is the students responsibility to reach out to their instructors.
RA’s, the housing director, as well as other Redlands employees will be monitoring to make sure these procedures are followed. Violations of this Health and Safety Protocol are as follows:
- 1st Violation- Verbal Warning, Housing Director will document the warning, including student name, date and time of violation
- 2nd Violation- $50 Fine charged to your Redlands Bursar Account
- 3rd Violation- $100 Fine charged to your Redlands Bursar Account
Violations above 3 will be charged a $150 fine and face possible eviction from Cougar Crossing Apartments.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a lot of helpful information. Please refer to the CDC for additional details.