COVID and Your Visit
We are glad to be able to welcome to you to campus for a visit. We understand that walking around campus and seeing it in-person can be one of the best ways to make your college decision, and we look forward to hosting you! Our current health and medical landscape provides a number of considerations and limitations to providing on-campus visits. We ask for your partnership and cooperation in establishing expectations and preparing for your visit.
Restrictions and Requirements
There are a few important restrictions and requirements in place for any visitors to campus, as well as UW-Green Bay staff members, including:
- Please do not attend your visit if you or anyone in your household is ill.
- Follow your local and state guidelines regarding travel.
- All visit attendees (including staff members and tour guides) who have not received a full administration of the COVID-19 Vaccine (all doses as appropriate more than 14 days prior to the date of the visit) will be required to wear a mask. We ask those who need or wish to use a face covering to bring their own mask. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you.
- The total group size for all visits will be limited to 25 people (including the staff and/or tour guide). Therefore, we ask you to be as accurate as possible when reporting your total in party for this visit. We further ask that you limit your total party to three people if possible. If you have extenuating circumstances, please contact us at 920-465-2111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- When possible, we will be maintaining a physical distance of six feet between your household and other visiting families throughout your visit, both inside and outside.
In addition, the visit experience during this time will be a bit different than what was typically included in campus visits, in terms of building access and activity. We ask for your understanding in these necessary changes, including:
- Dining facilities throughout campus are open with limited seating, delivery and pick-up options.
- A number of buildings will be open and accessible during your campus tour, including: Mary Ann Cofrin Hall, Kress Events Center, a residence hall building and the University Union. Access to other areas of campus is likely to be limited.
- Special requests such as appointments with faculty or services may not be possible to accommodate on campus; however, we would be happy to assist in coordinating a virtual meeting.
Please note that by registering for a visit, you are acknowledging that you have read, understood and will comply with these restrictions, requirements and visit expectations. For questions regarding your campus visit, please contact us at 920-465-2111 or email@example.com.
Thank you for your patience and kindness during this time.