Gear up FLC
Some of the most important aspects of an authentic college experience are the activities and community building opportunities found only on campus. While the student experience will differ from previous semesters, you will find fun and safe ways to connect with your fellow Skyhawks.
Updated June 17, 2020
Student Housing is committed to a positive and engaging on-campus living experience, while abiding by all public health guidelines adopted by the college. You’ll be notified of a number of policies to support resident safety such as limits to guests in the buildings, and how physical distancing applies to residence halls.
San Juan Dining and retail locations around campus will be open for residents and commuters. Similar to your favorite restaurants, we have expanded sanitation behaviors, grab-and-go and pre-packaged options, and safety considerations. We are committed to ensuring you remain satisfied and confident dining with us.
We will absolutely continue to create a vibrant and engaging semester this fall, and FLC-style fun. And, we’ll have to change some of the ways that looks in order to ensure the safety of the community.
Campus offices & services
With very few exceptions, all campus services and offices will be open in the Fall. We have been busy all summer incorporating measures to serve student and visitor needs with safety in mind. In some cases, you'll see what you've seen in other communities: lines marking 6-foot spaces for social distancing, and plexiglass shields to reduce risk. In other cases, you'll hardly notice.
Common areas on campus
Sharing space with others always involves some give and take, and everyone plays a part in safety on campus. In line with public health recommendations, we’ll follow the same guidelines in common areas on campus that apply in other spaces, including social distancing and face masks.
Campus visit programs
As with many changes we’re making to our operations, you’ll notice we’re looking to balance the best possible experience with the need for safety. The same is true when it comes to visiting campus for a tour or or other campus visit program.
Athletics & recreation
We are continuing to monitor the NCAA and RMAC guidelines on allowing student-athletes back on campus prior to the start of the fall academic year. We are also collaborating with local health experts to ensure the safety of our student-athletes, and everyone on campus, as we make adjustments to competitive atheltics and recreational sports and activities.
Do you have questions? We're more than happy to address them.