SAU Tech

SAU Tech warns faculty, staff and students who travel during spring break that they may be subject to quarantine.

SAU Tech in East Camden has established rules for faculty, staff, and student returning to the campus after spring break, who has traveled internationally, or by public transportation, or visited domestic areas of a significant COVID-19 outbreak.

They will be required to be screened and may be subject to quarantine guidelines for up to 14 days.

For example, under these guidelines, those who choose to travel to any of these significant outbreak locations, such as Jefferson County in Arkansas, New Orleans or Dallas will be required to be screened and subject to the quarantine timeline.

Public transportation is defined as those traveling by bus, airplane, and train.

Any faculty, staff, and student that have traveled (March 16 to present) internationally, utilized public transportation, or visited domestic areas of a significant outbreak, and plan to return to the SAU Tech campus, are asked to self-report so that screening instructions may be outlined.

Faculty and staff should contact Olivia Clack at 870-574-4481 or oclack@sautech.edu for instructions. Students should contact Marcella Joe at 870-574-4529 or mjoe@sautech.edu for instructions.

Faculty, staff, and students that have experienced or are currently experiencinga temperature of 100.4 or greater are asked to not return to the campus at this time. Faculty and staff should contact Olivia Clack at 870-574-4481 or oclack@sautech.edu for instructions. Students should contact Marcella Joe at 870-574-4529 or mjoe@sautech.edu for instructions.

Earlier, SAU Tech extending spring break for students starting March 16 through March 27, 2020. The extended break does not include students in the College’s Aviation Maintenance Program or Cosmetology Program. Unless the situation with the Coronavirus changes, students will return to classes on March 30.

SAU Tech's campus will be closed March 20-March 27 and reopen on March 30 for staff and students.

SAU Tech students who live in housing have the option to remain in campus housing during the extended break or return home. However, if students return home, they will be required to have a health assessment to check for illness upon returning to the campus. Students who have compromised immune systems, asthma, or other diseases that could be complicated by contracting the virus are encouraged to take precautions and speak with their families about whether or not they remain on the campus.

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