It's also our mission to provide quality education to our community. Our Riverhawk Recovery teams are working behind the scenes to develop guidelines and procedures that will allow us to fulfill our mission in the safest way possible.
We're working hard to protect our community. This is what we need you to do to help.
All students, faculty and staff are required to complete an attestation form. This is a health pledge that you are not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, do not have reason to believe you have or have been exposed to COVID-19, and will monitor your health. This is required even if you are taking online classes or working from home. Starting in the spring term, student attestations were included as part of the registration and they are not required to complete an additional form.
Complete instructions are below.
All students must complete an attestation form. This is required even if all of your classes are online. If you are enrolled in classes, your attestation is automatically included when you register so you don't have to complete another one.
All employees are now required to submit a health attestation form.
The attestation is now set up as a Microsoft form. Log in as you normally would on the college’s sign-in page, read each statement and, if appropriate, click on the “Agree” box, sign and complete the form.
The information will be stored securely and you no longer need to email a PDF to the COVID safety email box. You will receive an email confirmation with a copy of the attestation for your records. If you have any questions, contact Suzanne Boyer, executive director of Human Resources at email@example.com. A Spanish version of the form will be available soon.
To protect the safety and public health of the AACC campus and community, AACC requires that visitors, including guests, volunteers, invitees and other participants complete an attestation form prior to coming to campus.
Download, print and sign the form below. Email the form to COVIDsafety@aacc.edu when completed.
To protect the safety and public health of the AACC campus and community, AACC is detailing its approach to managing critical vendors, contractors and suppliers that are required to be present on property owned, leased or operated by the college to complete necessary work.
Anyone within a college building must wear an appropriate face mask, covering their mouth and nose. Masks are required outdoors when social distancing may not be possible.
Some classes may require students to wear additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Students, faculty and staff should remain six feet away from others at all times. AACC has reduced overall in-person class size and in some cases will break classes into multiple groups.
These additional guidelines will also help maintain social distance:
If you are sick, please stay home. Seek medical advice if you develop COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath).
The Anne Arundel County Department of Health’s website has current and extensive information regarding testing, face masks and current case loads in our county.
If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, do not come to campus.
All students, faculty and staff must complete the COVID Safety form within 24 hours of:
A college representative will contact anyone that you have come into close contact with. Local health departments will also conduct contact tracing and advise employees and students of next steps regarding testing and quarantine requirements.
Vendor employees may not work on campus if a vendor’s employee is:
If a vendor’s employee was physically present (includes the 48 hours prior to the person experiencing symptoms) or appears on campus with any of the above criteria having been met, the vendor or the vendor’s employee must immediately leave campus and submit a report to COVIDsafety@aacc.edu, including the dates and buildings, floors and rooms where the vendor’s employee was on campus.
Education is important, but so is self care. Here are few tips and resources for doing just that.
Learn more about coping with pandemic stress.
Talk to a health care provider or counselor.
If you, or someone you know, is experiencing intense sadness, depression, anxiety or feeling like you want to harm yourself or others call:
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Faculty and staff should also visit our page specifically for employees.
Yes, all students, faculty and staff must wear a face mask in campus buildings. Masks must be worn outside on campus when social distancing cannot be maintained.
Some students may be required to wear additional personal protective equipment if their class requires it.
You must provide your own face covering. Some courses may require students to wear additional protective equipment.
Students, faculty and staff are responsible for their own face coverings. However, if a student forgets their mask, there will a limited supply of extras.
An attestation form is a document in which you pledge something is true. In this case, by signing the attestation form, you're pledging that you’ve had no known potential exposure. Potential exposure means being an intimate partner, housemate, or caregiver of, or having unprotected close contact (less than 6 feet apart for 15 minutes or more without PPE) with an individual with confirm or suspected COVID-19. The timeframe for having contact with an infected individual includes the period of time from 48 hours before the individual became symptomatic until they meet CDC criteria for discontinuing home isolation.
Students with an in-person class must complete and submit an attestation form each term.
Employees coming on campus must also complete an attestation form.