As colder weather becomes a daily concern, the Campus has created some building spaces for students, residents, faculty, and staff to eat in, if they do not have their own office space to retreat to.
The rooms available to eat in are ED 2 South 1307 and 2201. There will be room for 20 people at a time to eat in each of the two rooms, however, if you wish to utilize one of these rooms to eat lunch, you must sign up for a 30-minute time slot.
Room 1307 is available from 12:00pm - 12:30pm and Room 2201 is available from 12:30pm - 1:00pm. After each group’s use of these rooms, the rooms must remain empty for 15 minutes; this fallow time allows for any viral particles to settle. Remember
that eating with others creates a chance of exposure, as you will be unmasked. At the end of your lunch, you need to clean-up and disinfect the area where you were seated as you exit the room.
All social distancing protocols need to be followed while in these rooms.
We understand, the time is limited and at present there are no other options except eating in a closed office (if that is available to you), eating in your car alone, or going home to eat.
Please click on the appropriate link below for the day that you would like to sign up. For same-day reservations, please sign up before 10:00 am MST.
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