Visitors to Campus
Updated: Friday, Oct. 16, 2020
Monmouth University is committed to safeguarding the health and safety of its community members. Therefore, the University will significantly curtail the number of visitors to campus during the fall 2020 semester.
When individuals enter the campus, they must stop at the greeter’s booth and provide their identification and a number at which they may be reached, along with the name of the person whom they are visiting and the location of that person/office. They will also be required to complete a brief COVID-19 health questionnaire upon arrival. While on campus, visitors will be required to comply with campus safety protocols, including practicing social distancing and wearing a mask or face covering in all buildings and public areas. Visitors can avail themselves of a limited supply of disposable face masks in the Student Center if they fail to bring a mask or face covering to campus.
All visits will be logged by the University and the information will be made available to State contact tracers, if needed.
We are excited to be offering prospective student tours of our beautiful and historic campus. More information is available on our Campus Visit webpage.
Outside Vendors and Contractors
Vendors and contractors must stop at the greeter’s booth and provide their identification and a number at which they may be reached, along with the name of the person whom they are visiting and the location of that person/office. Visitors are also required to complete a brief COVID-19 health questionnaire, but they do not need to leave their vehicles to complete this task.
Offices Receiving Visitors
The area/department receiving the visitor(s) is responsible for keeping visitor logs of all non–Monmouth University community members such as delivery persons, maintenance and repair persons, prospective students and families, or others who are entering any building of the University. These logs should be stored in digital format wherever practicable. Information Management will provide assistance in meeting this requirement to include digitization of paper logs and/or software implementation such as EMS Room Management system. Visitor logs will be made available to State contact tracers, if needed.
The University’s plans and protocols are subject to change in response to evolving guidance from local, state, and federal government and public health officials. We will continue to update this website regularly and encourage you to check back often for the most up-to-date information.