What You Can Expect For Fall 2020

Coronavirus Information

Housing and Dining
Assessment, Testing, and Tracing
Visitors and Guests
Student Life

Assessment, Testing, and Tracing

Testing is one element of an overall plan to reduce the risk of COVID-19. Alaska Christian College has secured free testing kits and is able to conduct tests on campus. ACC will have a Campus Health Professional on campus with regular hours. They will also be on-call during hours when the health clinics nearby are not open.

  • Before lunch or dinner, every student will have their temperature taken daily by a COVID Care Team member
  • Students who miss multiple meals will be checked in on and have their temperature taken by the COVID Care Team member
  •  If a student has a fever temperature, they will be taken to their healthcare provider
  •  Any student with concerning symptoms, potential contact with an infected person, or unknown travel exposure may be required to take a test. If a student chooses not to test, they will be assumed positive and will be required to quarantine. Based on medical recommendations, a quarantine time may accompany the request for testing
  • If a student has non-COVID related symptoms, they may be asked to return to their room and will be reassessed the next day.
  • Students leaving campus in an ACC vehicle will be added to a contact tracing log-book located in each campus vehicle
  • At the level of high risk, students, faculty and staff will complete a daily screening form (following CDC and Alaska Department of Health Guidelines) that will provide contact tracing. This is a mobile-friendly form that takes a few seconds to fill out.