Housing and Dining
- All Market Places have returned to a self-service mode of service for all customers.
- In-person dining is available, as well as, Market2Go, a program where students can take their food from the market places to-go.
- Touchless payment with IowaOne and credit cards will be maintained.
- The Street Hawk food truck will resume operations.
- Custodial procedures will continue to follow CDC guidance.
- Faculty, staff, and students are expected to follow campus health guidelines.
- On-campus housing options are being provided for students in accordance with public health and university guidelines.
- Housing professional staff, resident assistants (RAs), and on-campus students are creating a living learning environment.
- RAs are present and available to support students. All RA floor meetings will be held in-person, with a virtual component.
- All Living Learning Community events and opportunities are held in-person, with a virtual component.
- Residents that wish to have a one-on-one meeting with their hall coordinator can choose if it is in person or virtual.
- Residents do not have visitor restrictions in the halls.
- Common spaces, such as lounges, are set up following state and federal guidance regarding gatherings.
- Rooms are set aside for emergency use, such as for illness, student interaction concerns, or other matters, per protocol.
- Custodial procedures continue to follow CDC guidance.
Self-isolation and quarantine
The university will provide isolation space for students diagnosed with COVID-19 who live in residence halls and space to quarantine close contacts.
If you live on campus in a residence hall, self-reporting your status will initiate the process for arranging your isolation/quarantine space. Please self-isolate, wear a face mask, and order your meals online until a member of the Housing & Dining team contacts you to discuss your relocation needs and next steps.
Students who live off campus and need to isolate or quarantine, should follow the latest guidance from the CDC.
Medical care will be provided virtually by Student Health, the provider who made the diagnosis, or the student’s personal primary care provider.