What does the covid-19 pandemic mean for student living?
How to stop the spread of coronavirus:
- Wear a cloth face mask covering your mouth and nose.
- Practice 6-feet of social distancing at all times.
- Disinfect objects and surfaces.
- Do not touch your face.
- Cover coughs with a tissue.
- Wash your hands and use alcohol-based sanitizer.
- Stay home if you feel sick, except to get medical care.
- Strictly follow the CDC guidelines.
We are working with a company called Aerifysolutions to deep clean to stop the spread.
“Our highly specialized process disinfects up to 99% of your environment with an EPA-registered solution for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. We then apply an antimicrobial coating that protects against any new microorganisms including bacteria and viruses from surviving on the surface for up to 30 days.”
Living away from at-risk individuals decreases the risk of exposure.
Living at the University Park apartments will increase your academic and social success. It will also provide a safe and focused learning environment for online learning!
“Many traditional four-year colleges have a strong foundation in campus culture. And experts worry that missing out can be detrimental to a student’s academic and social success.” – US News
“Schools provide critical services that help meet the needs of [students], especially those who are disadvantaged, through supporting the development of social and emotional skills, creating a safe environment for learning, identifying and addressing neglect and abuse, fulfilling nutritional needs, and facilitating physical activity.” – CDC
It’s very hard to have the entire college experience if you’re not living close to campus. Let’s face it, you’re going to have way more fun living at 345 Flats than you would living in your mother’s basement.
University Covid-19 Updates
For more University Covid related updates, please visit the University of Cincinnati’s official website.
Centers For Disease Control Covid-19 Updates
For more Covid related updates, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention official website.