There are few things that can replace a Hamilton campus visit, but our virtual tour comes close.
Events and Visitors
General Public – Use of Grounds
The Hamilton campus is open to the general public, although visitors without a specific purpose will generally be discouraged in order to reduce the risk of unknowingly bringing the COVID-19 virus to campus. If the volume of general public visitors increases risk, this policy will be reconsidered by the Task Force. Campus Safety will continue regular patrol, observation, and appropriate intervention under the guidelines of the department and in the spirit of protecting the campus community. All visitors must wear face coverings and adhere to physical distancing guidelines when on campus. Campus buildings are closed to the general public.
The Admission Office has paused its campus visit program to keep students and community members safe and healthy, but we hope to offer visit opportunities later in the year. Prospective students visiting the area may stop at the Siuda House for Admission and Financial Aid during regular business hours to register, pick-up a campus map, and get instructions for taking an informal self-guided tour of campus. Maps are also available at the Siuda House after hours. Visitors should wear face coverings, maintain a six-foot distance from others, and refrain from entering any campus buildings.
Regrettably, the allowance for spectators for spring sports is restricted to students, faculty, and staff who are in the Hamilton testing program. No other spectators are permitted.
Job Candidates and Interviews [rev., mar. 15]
The majority of recruitment and interviewing should happen virtually. Job candidates who are finalists may be invited to visit campus and must follow all safety protocols as they pertain to the current operating status [COVID Normal (Green) as of March 8]. Tours should be minimized, including guided tours inside facilities and self-guided tours of the campus.
EXTERNAL Service Providers [REV., Feb. 2]
Contractors, vendors, and service providers must comply with state, local, and campus protocols and must provide company-specific and/or project-specific COVID-19 safety plans as part of contract requirements. Providers are subject to an evaluation of the essential nature of the services in relation to the alert level status in place. Hamilton employees should contact Roger Wakeman for permission and credentialing for service providers to visit campus.