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Information for Faculty and Staff

Our focus is maintaining a stable, healthy environment and mitigating the risks of COVID-19 in ways that support greater teaching and student success. We'll continue to update this information as changes occur.

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Face Coverings

Employees are required to wear face coverings inside the School of Law EXCEPT when they are eating or working alone inside their office.

Cloth face coverings and face shields have been provided by the School of Law for every employee. If you need one, please contact your supervisor.

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Building Access

While the School of Law will be open 24/7 for employees with their Carolina Card, new building hours  have been established for the fall semester for  students and visitors. 

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COVID-19 Testing

Employees must get tested before returning to campus this fall, as well as at other times during the semester.

Employees will receive a notification email the week that they are scheduled for mandatory COVID-19 testing, and they will have seven days to participate in on-campus testing or to submit documentation of outside testing to be compliant. Nasal tests, saliva tests and antigen/rapid tests are all acceptable forms of testing.

Learn more about COVID testing requirements and exemptions.

Register here for university-provided on-campus testing

The university has also provided resources for off-campus testing that may be available near you.

If you test on campus your results will be automatically uploaded into MyHealthSpace. If you test off-campus you will be responsible for uploading your test results to sc.edu/MyHealthSpace.

Employees who are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19 should call the  university's Coronavirus Hotline at (803) 576-8511.

Any law school employee who has tested positive must report their results to Liz Niehaus.

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COVID Vaccinations

The university strongly encourages you to get vaccinated to protect both yourself and others from COVID.

University Health Services (UHS) offers free walk-in vaccine clinics at the Center for Health and Well-Being from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. UHS offers the Moderna (2 dose) and the Johnson & Johnson (1 dose) vaccines. Students who are interested can make appointments online though MyHealthSpace or by calling 803-544-7468. Additionally, they can access the vaccine through any community vaccination site by visiting the DHEC COVID vaccine website and making an appointment at locations across the state.

 

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Course Technology Resources

Academic Technology offers various technologies and resources that can aid faculty members in the instruction of their courses.  Please check our Course Technology Toolkit.

  Updated August 26, 2021


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