What You Can Expect For Fall 2020

Coronavirus Information

Academics

Housing and Dining

Assessment, Testing, and Tracing

Visitors and Guests

Student Life

Housing and Dining

 

Alaska Christian College Food Service wants to assure our students and guests that we are working to adapt our practices and procedures to deal with the added challenge of COVID-19. As part of our response, we continue to rely on the direction of the state of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, industry leaders and CDC guidelines. We seek to improve upon best practices, methods, and standards in our continued commitment to lowering the health risks and providing a welcoming campus environment for our students and guests.

 

The following protocols are based on the current executive orders and recommendations from the state of Alaska. Protocols will be updated as state requirements change.

 

DINING

The following protocols are based on the current executive orders and recommendations from the state of Alaska. Protocols will be updated as state requirements change.

 

  • Everyone must wash or sanitize hands before entering the PCC dining area. Sanitization stations are available at the entrance and throughout campus
  • Breakfast will be served grab and go with a kitchen staff member handing out food
  • Lunch and dinner will be pre-plated
  • There will be a max of two students at a rectangular table
  • Students must face the same direction while keeping at least 3 ft. social distancing at dining tables
  • Lunch will be served twice in two 45 min. shifts. Student meal times will be determined by the Director of Student Services.
  • 6 ft. social distancing is required while standing in line
  • Staff and volunteers cannot sit at student tables
  • Tables and touch points will be sanitized between use.

 

As we continue to adjust and adapt, Food Service remains committed to the safety, health and well-being of our community. Our focus is to continue monitoring and tracking directives and guidelines from the state of Alaska, remaining flexible and able to effectively and rapidly adjust our plans.

As always, if you feel sick or are running a temperature, please do not come to the Dining Commons to eat.

RESIDENCE LIFE

Residence Life

  • Depending on the assessed risk level, residence hall access may be limited to residents of each building. We recognize that interacting with others in the residence halls is a valued part of our campus community. During this season, however, we will need to minimize interaction in these living spaces to slow down the possibility of getting the COVID-19 virus. 
  • Overnight visitors will not be allowed in the Residence Halls for at least the fall semester.
  • Residence halls will be set up to provide for physical distancing and to slow down getting the COVID-19 virus. Each student will have their own room, but will be sharing a bathroom with one to three other students.