The first set of employee campus visits has ended, with more than 730 safe and monitored appointments facilitated over four weeks. Since more faculty and staff may need access to campus as the fall semester approaches, the University is assessing the feasibility and logistics of an extended building access program. Watch for updates via email, on the COVID-19 news page and in CampusMemo. Until then, on behalf of the 90-plus SF State community members who ensured that the initial visit program would run smoothly, we thank you for your patience and wish you good health.
When campus visit sign-ups begin again, please keep the guidance below in mind.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please bring your SF State ID and/or any type of government-issued ID. Your SF State ID is preferred.
If a friend or family member accompanies you, please have them bring an SF State ID (if applicable) or any type of government-issued ID and present it at check-in. Remember that only one person will be allowed into the building with you. We need to limit the number of people in each building for the safety of everyone.
Yes. To take home any University equipment, you must have the written authorization of your manager. Please note that this approval is for the temporary use of all items (tagged and untagged) until the time we return to working on campus.
FOR UNTAGGED ITEMS: You must list the equipment you intend to use and submit the list to your manager by email for approval. Your department’s manager will maintain this list and the associated permissions.
FOR TAGGED ITEMS: You will need to submit an Equipment Use Authorization Form on DocuSign within 24 hours of removal of these items. Information about DocuSign and creating your account and logging in are available at SF State DocuSign website. Tagged items are part of the department’s inventory. Each tagged item will have a PROPERTY OF SFSU numbered sticker attached.
Log in to DocuSign with your University credentials, select the Template tab along the top of the page, open Shared Folders on the left toolbar, select Procurement and Support Services, locate the Equipment Use Authorization Form and click the purple USE button.
If you have any questions about completing the Equipment Use Authorization Form, please contact Grover Rudolph at email@example.com.
Yes. Face coverings over nose and mouth are currently required in San Francisco when entering businesses and other public areas. You will not be allowed to enter the building without a face covering.
Why this is a requirement? Face coverings protect others.
Cloth face coverings may prevent transmission of coronavirus by reducing respiratory droplets. COVID-19 can be spread by people who are not showing symptoms. If everyone wears a face covering, we minimize transmission for everyone.
Covering your face is about helping others. By covering your face when you go out, you are being a good neighbor and community member.
You may park in any available parking locations open to the campus community without being ticketed, but only during the time you have reserved to visit your office. Please do not park in red zones. If parking in a blue zone space, you must have a visible/valid disabled placard issued by DMV. Please also remember to adhere to any city parking regulations.
Due to the need for physical distancing, a faculty or staff member cannot bring more than one person with them. We need to limit the number of people in each building for the safety of everyone.
There will be no assistance provided in order to limit exposure to others.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Appointment Availability,” and we will assist in any way that we can. Again, because of the need to physically distance, we cannot increase the occupancy in our buildings.
Please email email@example.com with the subject line “EP Access,” and we will assist you in making an appointment after August 14.