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Coming to Campus

The following protocols do not apply to visitors in student housing but do apply to the rest of campus facilities.

  • Visitors must check in at the main entrance (by the statue facing Green Bay Road) and must:
    • Be connected to a RFU community member who notifies Campus Safety in advance that the visitor is expected.
    • Provide proof of a laboratory-based negative COVID test within 48 hours of their visit if arriving on campus between Jan. 4-17, 2022.
    • Provide proof of vaccination or a laboratory-based negative COVID test within 72 hours of their visit if visiting prior to Jan. 4, or on or after Jan. 18, 2022.
    • Enter the facility through the main entrance (RWCLC circle drive doors) only.
    • Successfully complete the RFU screening process.
    • Register/sign in with Campus Safety at the front desk and obtain a Visitor badge.
    • Be escorted throughout the building by the RFU community member.
    • Display the Visitor badge at all times while on campus.
    • Comply with mask-wearing, physical distancing and other protocols in place at the time of the visit.
    • Sign out with Campus Safety at the conclusion of the visit.
  • Personal guests of RFU community members without an identified educational or business interest are not permitted inside the campus buildings.
  • No minors (under age 17) are permitted inside the campus buildings.
  • Faculty, staff and students must be vaccinated and have documentation submitted and approved to HR or Student Affairs. 
  • Vaccine exemptions are also permitted for religious and medical reasons.
  • Masks are required in all public spaces and, if you are unvaccinated, masks are required in your offices.
  • If you are sick or symptomatic, do not enter.

Submit your Documentation

Beginning with the fall term 2021, we require all faculty, staff and students to be fully vaccinated.. This means that you must have been vaccinated by August 3, 2021 to ensure full effectiveness of the vaccine for a return to campus on August 17. Vaccination documentation must have been uploaded to ADP if you are a faculty or staff member. If you are a student, documentation should be uploaded to Castlebranch and/or MedProctor.

For Faculty and Staff

To upload your vaccine documentation in ADP, follow these procedures:

  1. From the home screen, select "Myself" > "Employment" > "My Documents"
  2. On the right side of the screen, select "Upload"
  3. Click to select or drag your document onto the screen.
  4. Change the display name to "Vaccine Document" and select the subcategory "Confidential-Medical Folder,” then "COVID Vaccine" in the drop down menu.
  5. Do not include any effective or expiration dates and select "Save". Your document will be saved in a confidential folder with HR access only.

Contact HR if you have any issues or questions on this process

For Students

All students who are not in a 100% online program have immunization and health history requirements as a condition of their enrollment. The requirements are recorded and managed in Castlebranch (continuing students) or MedProctor (new students April 2021 or after). Within the appropriate system, you will see a COVID-19 vaccination question which asks you to report “yes” or “no” to whether you have received your COVID-19 vaccination.

Vaccine Exemptions

You may request an exemption for the COVID-19 vaccination by submitting an Exemption Form for either Faculty/Staff or Students. and selecting one of the reasons below for exemption.

Allowed Exemptions:

  • Medical Exemption
  • Religious Exemption

Further explanation of the above exemptions is provided on the form.