Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Arranging Your Campus Visit
Students Coming to Campus
Students, if you are coming to campus, please use the following procedure for approval. If you will be reporting to work for a paid position on campus during your visit, please also see CNSM Faculty, Staff, and Student Employees below.
- Every student coming to campus must complete the required COVID-19 Student Training. This training is only required to be completed one time and must be completed before coming to campus.
- Every student coming to campus must know and follow the Student Social Distancing guidelines and Face Covering Policy.
- Each day you come to campus, you are required to complete the Student Health Screening. The screening is done via a questionnaire that can be accessed on Single Sign-On.
Students Researchers: If you will be in one or more of these buildings:
- Hall of Science
- Molecular Life Sciences
for your research activities, you will also need to complete the CNSM Building Occupancy Survey.
The most up-to-date and accurate information is located on Reuniting the Beach.
CNSM Faculty, Staff, and Student Employees
Everyone who visits campus must first have approval and complete training. See COVID-19 Info for CNSM Personnel for details about approval and training.
Once you have approval and have completed training, you must fill out the following 2 forms each day you are physically coming to campus. These forms must be filled out just before you head to campus. Student employees who work and attend face-to-face classes on the same day, you must fill out both the student and employee COVID-19 Pre-Screen surveys as well as the building occupancy survey (for a total of 3 separate forms). Student employees, for days that you are coming to campus but not reporting to work, use only the student version of the COVID-19 Pre-Screen survey.
Leading the Way in Student Research
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is a national leader in integrating undergraduate research and education. Our faculty research informs student instruction and inquiry-based labs, develops student understanding of the scientific method, and creates student excellence in science and math learning. The College's mission is to educate the next diverse generation of scientists and mathematicians, as well as a science-literate citizenry, through inclusive teaching and research programs within the departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Geological Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics and Astronomy, Science Education, and the program of Environmental Science and Policy.