Otterbein University is concerned for your safety and the safety of our campus community. We are continuing to monitor the presence of and changes in COVID-19 and we remain in contact with public health officials. Our campus community safety is a shared responsibility. In the interest of ensuring a safe and healthy campus environment, Otterbein requires all visitors to follow the Otterbein Self-Screening Assessment as described below prior to arriving to the Otterbein campus. Your entry onto campus is your certification that you completed Otterbein’s Self-Screening Assessment. We thank you for your cooperation with our shared responsibility of keeping you and our campus community safe and healthy.
Visitor Self-Screening Assessment
1. Please take your temperature and if you have a temperature of 100.0 or greater, do not come to campus.
2. Do I have a cough or shortness of breath? If yes, do not come to campus.
3. Do I have at least two of the following symptoms:
• Repeated shaking with chills
• Muscle pain Headache
• Sore throat
• New loss of taste or smell
If you have at least two of the above symptoms, do not come to campus.
Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning to you. If you have trouble breathing or have persistent pain or pressure in the chest contact your health care provider immediately. We will provide notice if public health officials require an update to our Self-Assessment.