Trinitas School of Nursing COVID-19 Response - 2021
Safety is the number one priority. Each of us has a duty to protect his or her own health as well as the health of everyone they encounter.
TSON maintains the Mission of the School of Nursing and UCC by providing a high-quality, affordable, and accessible education to our students, while protecting academic integrity and excellence, whether instruction is face to face, online, or remote.
All TSON classroom lectures will be delivered remotely on our Canvas (LMS) platform.
Computers with webcams and microphones are required. - If needed, contact UCC Loaner Laptop Program for assistance.
Faculty will post Virtual Office Hours.
Union County College and Trinitas Identification are required to enter the Kellogg building
Learning Simulation Center (LSC) will be open to faculty and TSON students on a scheduled basis:
A. Students requiring skills practice and testing must adhere to pre-arranged self-scheduled appointments. No walk-in appointments. Masks and face shields are required and will be provided.
B. Maintain 6-ft Social distancing at all times.
C. Self-monitor for signs and symptoms of COVID or illness. If ill, please self-quarantine/isolate and contact your primary care provider. On-site screening will occur prior to accessing the LSC.
D. Face masks are mandatory upon entry of the building and in all common areas.
E. Frequent Hand hygiene as per Health Department Guidelines will be enforced.8. Clinical experiences will occur at our designated clinical facilities
F. Appropriate PPE will be provided to faculty and students.
G. Guidelines will be followed specific to each clinical facility (i.e. COVID Testing).
Only TSON students are permitted on the third floor, Kellogg Building and only for Lab instruction or when scheduled by the LSC or arranged by their clinical faculty.
The on-site cafeteria is closed.
The TSON 3rd floor computer lab and the study-hall in Room 316 are closed.