Show the faculty member or screener the following information if your responses are
accepted (populated at the end of your survey), along with a photo ID (if name confirmation
The faculty member or screener will take your temperature before you enter the classroom.
If a faculty member or screener is not present, you can follow the UAS flight operations
process at approved locations to conduct temperature screening for the day.
Exception: Robin Hall 139 UAS Flight Lab - students practicing to fly UAS on their own time
are required to complete the online screening form prior to entry, but temperature
is not required. Students are required to remain six feet from other students using
the designed spots to stand while flying, and only use and handle personal UAS equipment.
What is UND doing to stay safe during the current COVID-19 pandemic?
A temporal thermometer will be available at Robin Hall 3rd floor reception if anyone has concerns regarding a student, instructor, or staff
employee exhibiting symptoms at any time.
Hand sanitizer will be provided at each entrance and required to be used by all persons
entering the UAS classroom laboratory.
Gloves and masks will be provided; rubber gloves must be worn if any equipment is
being used by MORE than 1 person between disinfecting.
Classroom and laboratory presenter computers are restricted to instructor use only.
Commonly shared documents located in the simulation labs will be removed and/or restricted
to instructor use only; students will use their own reference materials.
Food eating and drinking is prohibited in the classroom laboratories.
CDC separation guidelines (six feet) will be adhered to in all public and classroom
Masks are required to be worn when interacting, regardless of physical distancing.
University COVID-19 signage, in addition to UND Aerospace-specific signs, at each
entrance will be utilized to remind staff and students of key safety recommendations.
Public areas are disinfected on a regular schedule.
Disinfectant materials, and directions for instructors and students to wipe down classroom
laboratories, will be provided in the classroom.
Employees in a high-risk category have the option to work remotely if their job duties
allow, and are encouraged to contact their HR consultant for further information on
the accommodation process.
All laboratories will be thoroughly disinfected each day.
Each classroom will be given materials and instructions to wipe down stations prior
to starting computer/simulation/UAS activity.
No guests or non-enrolled students will be allowed to observe a computer/simulation/UAS
activity within the classroom.
Per University Policy for the Fall 2020 semester, all written Final Exams will be
completed remotely/online for both on-campus and online courses. Final written exams
will be held during the days and times indicated by the Final Exam schedule.
All classrooms have been assigned a COVID-19 seating capacity. This means there will
be fewer students allowed in the classroom/laboratories than during previous semesters.
Your individual professors will be explaining how these requirements will be met.
All courses and laboratories will use Blackboard to post course/lab materials. Paper
copies of the syllabus will not be distributed during classes/labs. Students will
be encouraged to bring their own device to class/lab. Information on general technology
requirements for students are available at the UIT Help Center. Students who do not have the appropriate technology should work with UIT by calling
701.777.2222 or emailing email@example.com to discuss their needs.
Blackboard will be used for sharing class resources and submitting/returning assignments.
Physical papers will not be handed out or exchanged during classes or labs. Students
should use electronic resources or their own printed copies of resources during class.
Hand sanitizer will be provided for each building. Students, faculty, and staff will
be encouraged to use it as they enter and exit buildings and classrooms.
Students will be expected to maintain physical distancing prior to classes. Students
should not congregate in the hallways and should arrive just a few minutes prior to
class in order to avoid close proximity in hallways.
Disinfectant equipment will be available for each classroom. Students should take
a sanitizing wipe when they enter the classroom to clean the chair and table they
will be using during class.
Class attendance will be taken each class period to facilitate contact tracing should
it become necessary (in case of a COVID-19 positive test).
In the classroom, students must sit six feet apart (unless classroom laboratory procedures
are followed), and must be six feet from the teaching podium. Chairs will be marked
to distinguish between those that should and should not be used for seating.
UND will require students, staff, and faculty to wear face coverings out of respect
for one another and to diminish the spread of COVID-19. Students will be given two
cloth face coverings. Face coverings should be worn in class and in any other interactions
on campus. In cases where a student forgets their face covering, faculty members may
have additional disposable face coverings available for use.
Students choosing not to wear a face covering during class will be asked to leave
UND will require a minimum of six feet of physical distancing in all classroom, laboratory,
and office settings wherever possible.
Faculty members will address concerns with individual students not following established
safety protocols (assigned seating, the wearing of face coverings, physical distancing,
Accountability falls on everyone. If you observe someone not following protocol, say
something. Feel free to submit an Aviation Safety Report online, and UND can use it as a means to track the organizational compliance.
If a student repeatedly refuses to follow established safety protocols, the faculty
member can ask the student to leave the classroom/laboratory and refer the situation
to the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.