Return to CampusStudent TrainingAzusa Pacific University is committed to educating ourcommunity on how to reduce the spread of COVID-19and demonstrate our care for one another. Please carefullyreview the following information on the expectations ofreturning to campus, and how we as a community sharethe responsibility in maintaining a safe living and learningenvironment. APU’s COVID-19 requirements and protocolsmay change from time to time to reflect updates in applicablegovernment orders and guidance or as circumstances changeon our campuses and in our surrounding communities. Youcan also visit the Destination APU: Spring 2022 website forongoing university updates, and to access the university’scomprehensive COVID-19 Prevention Program.Our entire community must be part of thesolution, modeling care and compassion forone another and our neighbors.

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSTable of ContentsCoronavirus Facts and How It Spreads . 4Before Returning to Campus: Help Reduce Risk . 5On-Campus Guidelines: Help Preventthe Spread of COVID-19 . 10Symptom Checks and Surveillance Testing . 14Steps for More Vulnerable Populations . 17What to Do if You Are Feeling Sick(Even if You Think It is a Cold or Allergies) . 17Privacy of Information . 18.Next Steps: Mutual Acceptance and Commitment.18Student Resources . 19Further Information . 213 / 21

oughlevatorleticsDestination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSCoronavirus Facts and How It SpreadsThe Coronavirus Disease 2019 is a respiratory disease caused by a novel (new) coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2.Confirmed COVID-19 cases range from mild symptoms to severe illnesses and death. Symptoms may appear2-14 days after exposure and include fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, headache, sorethroat, and new loss of taste or smell, among others.COVID-19 virus may be spread from airborne aerosols and droplets, and is thought to spread from personto-person contact, particularly between people who are in close contact (within 6 feet) with one another orthrough respiratory droplets produced through the coughing or sneezing of an infected person. These dropletscan land in the mouths or noses, or possibly be inhaled into the lungs of people who are nearby. Particlescontaining the virus can travel more than 6 feet, especially indoors. Physical distancing, face coverings,increased ventilation indoors, and respiratory protection decrease the spread of COVID-19 and are mosteffective when used in ingElevatorSanitationAccording to the CDC, older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions likeheart or lung disease, diabetes, or simply being overweight seem to be at higher risk for developing more seriouscomplications from COVID-19 illness.ChecklistCOVID-19VariantsSanitation 2For theStudymost up-to-date informationon COVID-19 variants,visit the CDCCOVID-19 SanitationSanitationCoughCough14ChecklistChecklist Sanitation 2StudyTemperature ineSanitationStudyMasksEventsTravelChecklist6 e ChecksRegional Centers Housing On-campus ServicesCampus LifeDAYSCoughAthletics tation 2HousingDAYSTemperature ChecksAthleticsHousingTemperature ChecksnningSanitationIt may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it andthen touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes, but this is not thought to be the main form ofvirus transmission.QuarentineMasksSanitation 2Athletics14Regional CenQuarentineEvents6 COVID-19ft.TestingHealth and SafetyPhysical Distance4 / 21DAYSRegionalCentersOn-campus ServicesDinningRegional CentersOn-campus ServicesElevatorOperate

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSBefore Returning to Campus: Help Reduce RiskReducing the risk of spreading COVID-19 starts before students return to campus. We encourage all studentsto be mindful of how each of us can reduce risk to others, first by following all public health agency ordersand guidance, and second by getting vaccinated if you are medically able to do so. Vaccination plays a veryimportant role in our spring return. L.A. County has not mandated vaccination, and APU does not intend to doso at this time, either. Consistent with local, state, and federal public health agency guidelines, APU encouragesall individuals able and eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine to do so at their earliest opportunity inalignment with appropriate health and safety protocols and in consultation with their own medical professionals.For more information or to sign up with a local provider, visit the California State Government site. For thoseliving out of state, visit the CDC vaccine finder.Please note: For some time, APU has required students to have certain vaccinations; information on requiredvaccinations can be found at be aware that APU’s decision on vaccination requirements is subject to change if it becomes necessaryand reasonable to sustain normal business operations. Circumstances and factors that continue to develop inour nation and county that could cause APU to mandate vaccines in order to work and study in person atAPU, include: Government orders and regulations Pace of community spread in the counties where APU operates Measure of vaccination rates in our own employee and student population Ability to avoid outbreaks at APU upon our return to campusBy and large, our decision will depend on the level of personal responsibility we each take in the weeks ahead aswe return to campus.“Fully vaccinated” means the university has documented that the student received, at least 14 days prior, eitherthe second dose in a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series or a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccines must beFDA approved; have an emergency use authorization from the FDA; or, for persons fully vaccinated outside theUnited States, be listed on the Emergency Use List (EUL) by the World Health Organization (WHO).Please see these COVID-19 vaccine FAQs for more information.5 / 21

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSIf Traveling from Outside of California or within California via Public TransportationWhen considering travel within or outside of California, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Healthasks that you do the following: Do NOT travel if you or any of your traveling companions:- Are sick with symptoms of COVID-19- Tested positive for COVID-19 and have not ended isolation- Have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days- Are waiting for the results of a COVID-19 viral test. Exception for close contacts: People who are fully vaccinated and people who recovered from COVID-19in the past 90 days can travel as long as they have no symptoms of COVID-19. For more details on when aperson should not travel, see the CDC’s When Not to Travel guidance. Strongly consider delaying travel until you and all of your traveling companions are fully vaccinated. Youare considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19 two weeks after:- You got a Johnson & Johnson (J&J)/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine, or- You got a second dose of a Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, or- You finished the series of a COVID-19 vaccine that has been listed for emergency use by the WorldHealth Organization (WHO).See When am I Fully Vaccinated? to learn more.Note: booster doses and third doses are not required to be considered fully vaccinated, but they arerecommended if you are eligible. COVID-19 vaccines are widely available across L.A. County. See GetVaccinated for more information. Take extra precautions if you or any of your traveling companions are at high risk of severe illness fromCOVID-19. Consider checking with your healthcare provider for more specific advice about travel basedon your health and underlying medical conditions. If you haven’t already, be sure to get your booster/andor additional COVID-19 dose (if eligible) at least 2 weeks before traveling. Wear a high-quality face mask that fits snugly over the nose and mouth during travel. Masks are requiredwhen you are on a plane, train, public transit, and in any transportation hubs. Wear a mask any time youare indoors with people not in your travel group. Learn more about masks at / 21

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSDomestic Travel If you (or any of your traveling companions) are not fully vaccinated and you must travel, follow the CDCdomestic travel guidelines for people who are not fully vaccinated, including:- Get a viral COVID-19 test* 1-3 days before travel and proceed with travel only if your test is negative.- Review and follow the CDC Safer Travel Tips, which provide recommendations on safer choices forpersons who are not fully vaccinated including accommodations, gatherings, food, and more.- After travel, get a viral COVID-19 test* 3-5 days after returning and quarantine for 7 days. If you opt tonot test upon return, quarantine for 10 days.*Note: If you recovered from COVID-19 in the past 90 days, you do not need to test or quarantine as longas you are asymptomatic. If you are fully vaccinated, follow the CDC domestic travel guidance for fully vaccinated people. Inaddition, consider getting a viral test for COVID-19 1-3 days prior to your travel and 3-5 days after youreturn if you are at increased risk of getting infected and/or live/work with others at high risk for severeCOVID illness.Vaccinated: If you are fully vaccinated, no test or quarantine is needed unless you are experiencing symptoms,in which case you should monitor your status and quarantine in your residence.Unvaccinated: If you are not fully vaccinated, CDC recommends 7 days of quarantine after arrival, with a test 3-5days after arrival. See current travel advisory. If you cannot arrive 7 days early to quarantine before classes begin,then we ask that you quarantine for 7 days before arriving at APU, and use extra caution for one week after arrival.If traveling to APU via your own personal transportation and you are not vaccinated, we ask that you eitherquarantine at home for 7 days prior to arrival on the APU campus, or quarantine for 7 days after arriving atAPU. For either option, please obtain a COVID test on days 3-5 of the quarantine.Summary of Travel Recommendations and RequirementsDomestic TravelNot Fully VaccinatedFully VaccinatedGet tested 1-3 days before leavingfor travelXConsiderWear a mask and take otherprecautions during travelXXGet tested 3-5 days after returningfrom travelXXQuarantine upon return for 7 days for 10 days if not testedXSelf-monitor for symptoms for14 days post /Coronavirus/traveladvisory.htm7 / 21Recovered from COVID-19within past 90 daysXX

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSIf Traveling from Outside the U.S.International travel poses additional risks and even fully vaccinated travelers are at increased risk for gettingand possibly spreading new COVID-19 variants. Do not travel internationally unless you are fully vaccinated. Review and follow all CDC international travel guidance.Effective December 6, 2021, all international air travelers must adhere to the following federal guidelines:Prior to boarding a plane from a foreign country to the U.S. All travelers* must get a COVID-19 viral test regardless of vaccination status and citizenship. You must showyour negative result to the airline before you board your flight. The timing of required testing depends onyour vaccination status:- Fully vaccinated travelers: must show proof of full vaccination and a negative COVID-19 viral test resultfrom a sample taken no more than 1 day before the flight’s departure.- Travelers without proof of being fully vaccinated: must show a negative viral test result from a sample takenno more than 1 day before the flight’s departure.*Only the following people do not need to get a viral test: children under 2 years of age and people whohave recovered from COVID-19 in the past 90 days and have appropriate “documentation of recovery.” SeeRequirement for Proof of Negative COVID-19 Test or Documentation of Recovery from COVID-19 for details. All travelers must provide contact information to the airlines. This will be used to identify and contact peoplein the U.S. who may have been exposed to COVID-19 or other communicable disease. All non-U.S. citizens and non-U.S. immigrants traveling to the U.S. by air must provide proof of fullvaccination against COVID-19. Only limited exceptions apply. For more information about this requirement,visit the CDC’s page for non-U.S. citizen travelers.After arriving in the U.S. Get a viral COVID-19 test 3-5 days after travel regardless of vaccination status. Quarantine if you are not fully vaccinated and have not recovered from COVID-19 in the past 90 days. Youshould self-quarantine for 7 full days even if your test is negative. If you don’t get tested, it is recommendedyou should quarantine for 10 full days after travel. Self-quarantining at home or in your hotel room isrequired for non-fully-vaccinated non-U.S. citizens and non-U.S. immigrants permitted to travel by airthrough an exception.Note: For non-U.S. citizens and non-U.S. immigrants who are not fully vaccinated and were permitted to travel byair through an exception: If you intend to stay in the U.S. for 60 days or longer, you must become fully vaccinatedagainst COVID-19 within 60 days of arriving in the U.S. or as soon as medically appropriate, unless you have amedical contraindication or are too young to be vaccinated.8 / 21

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSEveryone who plans to travel outside of the U.S. should check the entry and exitrequirements of the countries you intend to visit.U.S. Citizens/U.S. Nationals/Lawful Permanent Residents/Immigrants If traveling by air to the U.S. and fully vaccinated: obtain a COVID test within 3 days of departure and 3-5days after arrival in the U.S. If traveling by air to the U.S. and NOT fully vaccinated: obtain a COVID test within 24 hours of departureand 3-5 days after arrival in the U.S. You will also be required to quarantine for 7 days after arrival in the U.S.Non-U.S. citizens and non-U.S. Immigrants You must be fully vaccinated to come to the U.S., as only rare exceptions apply. If traveling by air to the U.S. and fully vaccinated, obtain a COVID test 24 hours prior to departure and3-5 days after arrival.If you obtain a COVID-19 vaccine in your home country, you may also receive one of the U.S. Emergency UseAuthorization vaccines. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health accepts vaccines that are on theWorld Health Organization (WHO) Emergency Use Listing (EUL).At this time, vaccines that are on the WHO EUL list include: Moderna Covishield Pfizer Sinopharm BIBP Johnson & Johnson SinovacInternational TravelNot Fully Vaccinated Astrazeneca Sputnik VFully VaccinatedXXNegative test mustbe collected within1 day of flightMust show proof of fullvaccination and a negativetest must be collected within1 day of flight.Wear a mask and take otherprecautions during travelXXGet a rapid test before leaving theairport at your final destination,if available.XXGet tested 3-5 days after returningto the U.S.XXQuarantine upon return for 7 days for 10 days if not testedXSelf-monitor for symptoms for14 days post travelXGet tested before travel (requiredbefore boarding a plane to the oronavirus/traveladvisory.htm9 / 21Recovered from COVID-19within past 90 daysNo test required as longas appropriate proofof “documentationof recovery”XX

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSOn-Campus Guidelines: Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19As a community of care at Azusa Pacific, we commit to our responsibility in maintaining the following practicesto reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19:Practice good hygiene Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands. Wash your hands frequently throughout the day (especially after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing).Practice frequent hand washing for 20 seconds, especially before eating and drinking and after using thetoilet. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer (at least 70%) when there is not immediate access to a handwashing facility. Note that hand sanitizer does not work if the hands are soiled. When possible, avoid using other people’s phones, desks, offices, work tools, and equipment. Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze (using your inner elbow). Avoid close contact with people known to be sick. To limit the amount and severity of illness in our community, get a flu shot and COVID-19 vaccination whenavailable and in consultation with your medical professional. Keep your personal items (e.g., cell phones) and personal and living spaces clean.Sanitize often Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches,countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks. If surfaces are dirty, clean them. Use detergent or soap and water, then use a household disinfectant. Mostcommon EPA-registered household disinfectants will work.Follow university rules regarding visitorsAll visitors to any campus space, indoor or outdoor, must follow APU requirements related to COVID-19. Priorto arrival, visitors must complete the APU Visitor’s Health Assessment form.All visitors must abide by the APU requirements related to COVID-19. Students are responsible for their guestswhile they are on campus, and may be held accountable for the actions of their guests.Residential students are allowed to have visitors in their university housing. Anyone visiting the residence ofanother individual must wear a mask, including the residents of that living space. When meeting with otherswho are not your roommate(s), we highly encourage gathering outside.10 / 21

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSMonitor your health Monitoring includes checking for symptoms potentially related to COVID-19 and taking your temperature. If you have ANY symptoms potentially related to COVID-19 or a temperature of 100ºF or above, regardless ofyour vaccination status, you should isolate yourself from others and let the Student Health Center know viathe Symptom Tracker. Seek immediate medical attention if your symptoms become severe, including persistent pain or pressure inthe chest, confusion, or bluish lips or face. If symptoms start to develop, minimize contact and reduce spread by wearing a mask and isolate yourselffrom others in your on-campus or off-campus residence. Regardless of your vaccination status, fill out your Symptom Tracker if you develop symptoms. Be alert for symptoms. Watch for fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other symptoms of COVID-19. This isespecially important if you are running essential errands, going into an office or workplace, or are in settingswhere it may be difficult to keep a physical distance of 6 feet. Take your temperature if you develop symptoms or feel ill. Follow CDC guidance on what to do if symptoms develop.Practice physical distancing Physical distancing is no longer required except in the event of an outbreak (3 or more) or major outbreak(20 or more). You will be notified if any of these events occur and they impact you. Avoid close contact with people who are sick, even inside your home. If possible, allow the sick individual tohave their own room and bathroom.- If they are unable to have their own bathroom, wipe down high-touch surfaces after use.- When in common areas with a sick individual, make sure everyone is wearing a cloth face mask and limitthe time you are together with them in an enclosed space. For those who are not vaccinated, it is a good idea to put distance between yourself and other people outsideof your home, especially when indoors.- Remember that some people without symptoms may be able to spread the virus.- Keeping distance from others is especially important for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick.Where possible, avoid large gatherings or crowded spaces, especially if you are uncomfortable or you do notknow the vaccination status of others.- Limit mixing indoors with those who are not your roommates. Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze, using your inner elbow.11 / 21

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSWear a face coveringThe most recent L.A. County Health Officer Order, which APU follows, requires all individuals, regardless ofvaccination status, to wear a cloth face cover (excluding bandanas) when indoors. If you are not vaccinatedor have not had natural infection, or have a chronic medical health issue, you may want to consider wearinga surgical mask or a KN95 or N95. Students are encouraged to wear a mask when in outdoor crowded na2019/masks/) Students are not required to wear a mask outdoors, regardless of vaccination status. Face coverings/masks arerecommended outdoors for students who are not fully vaccinated if 6 feet of distance cannot be maintained. Students must wear masks while in line and while riding the trolley. The cloth face cover is meant to protect not only you, but also other people, in case you are infected. We cantransmit viral particles in the air when we talk or laugh and can spread COVID-19 to others even if we do notfeel sick. Face coverings need to be worn over the nose and mouth, replaced, and cleaned, as needed. Students who have medical conditions or high-risk factors may need to wear face coverings continuously. For students living in university housing, face coverings do not need to be worn when you are in yourresidence with roommates. Masks do need to be worn by everyone when visitors are in the resident’s space. See CDPH Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings for further information. Those seeking exemption fromwearing a face covering for medical reasons should contact the Office of Accessibility and Disability Resources(ADR) at [email protected] are required to wear face coverings indoors but may remove them under the following conditions: When a student is alone in a nonpublic area or room. While eating or drinking outside or in designated dining areas, provided students are at least 6 feet apart, or,if indoors, outside air supply to the area has been maximized to the extent feasible. Students who cannot wear face coverings due to a medical condition or disability, or who are hearingimpaired or communicating with a hearing-impaired person, can seek an accommodation from the ADR. If you have an approved accommodation, you may wear an effective, nonrestrictive alternative, such as a faceshield with a drape on the bottom, if your condition permits it. Apply for accommodations through ADR. For limited periods during certain supervised activities, under an approved departmental policy thatprovides alternative mitigation measures (if this exception applies to you, you will hear from your programor department).Safety Precautions in Physical Classrooms To reduce risks, we highly encourage students to disinfect your learning area before and after the class period.This includes tables, desks, seats, and any shared learning materials. Disinfecting wipes will be provided in theclassroom. In addition to individual cleaning protocols, Facilities Management will routinely disinfect classrooms andlearning environments according to health expert recommendations. Follow any additional guidelines from your instructor based on safety precautions in classrooms.12 / 21

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSAdditional Guidance Students engaged in certain high-risk programs and activities may have requirements in addition to thosestated in this training manual. In that event, your department will reach out to you with department-specificprotocols and additional details (e.g., Residence Life, Athletics, Clinicals, College of the Arts, etc.). Departments may have specific protocols for when students need activity-based exceptions to the indoormask mandate. Residential students will receive information regarding any additional requirements as they return to campus.Regional Campus Standards Protocols in this training were developed for the Azusa campus and align with L.A. County requirements. For regional campus locations, except where specified, all of the same safety protocols will apply, even if fewerrequirements are imposed by the county in which the regional campus is located. If that county’s requirements are more stringent than L.A. County’s, that county’s requirements will apply foranyone working at or visiting that campus.Campus Safety We encourage students to have their student identification cards with them or use the virtual ID card optionon the APU Now app while they are on campus. All employees will be wearing lanyard identification cards, sostudents will be able to identify university employees.Student Employment Student employees will also be required to review the Spring 2022 COVID-19 On-Campus EmployeeTraining Guide in Total Access and complete the accompanying acknowledgment and certification withinfive business days of beginning work on campus. Students already working on campus also need to completethis requirement within five business days of receiving this notice. Student employees will need to obtainweekly COVID testing and perform daily Symptom Tracker evaluations if they are not vaccinated or have notsubmitted documentation of immunity or a positive COVID test. Student employees must use the MyCougar Health Portal to submit their Symptom Tracker.What to Expect from University Employees In most cases, the COVID-19 health and safety protocols and standards are the same for employees onuniversity premises as they are for students, including expectations related to the use of face coverings. Vaccination is strongly encouraged for university employees but not required.Off-Campus Expectations We highly discourage large gatherings of students at off-campus residences in order to reduce the risk ofCOVID-19 transmission. Likewise, we strongly encourage students who live off-campus to follow the same rules for masking thaton-campus residents have to follow. If a COVID-19 outbreak occurs from any off-campus gathering that did not comply with applicablegovernment orders or regulations or APU rules related to reducing the spread of COVID-19, studentsinvolved in the gathering will be subject to the judicial affairs process, and may be suspended. An outbreak isconsidered 3 COVID-19 positive cases.13 / 21

Destination APUPROMOTING HEALTH AND SAFETY ON CAMPUSSymptom Checks and Surveillance TestingWe encourage all students to consider how to reduce risk to themselves and others. Although we areencouraging all students able and eligible to receive the vaccine to do so, we also recognize that some ofour students may have acquired immunity related to having had COVID-19 infection. We are stronglyencouraging all students to either be fully vaccinated or to provide documentation of natural immunity.Fully Vaccinated Having received two doses of either the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, or one dose of theJanssen vaccine, or the recommended complete series of a COVID-19 vaccine on the WHO EUL list. Upload documentation of the above to the MyCougar Health Portal.Natural Immunity Having had COVID-19 infection that was confirmed with a test. Please upload the test result to theMyCougar Health Portal. If you believe you had COVID-19 infection but did not obtain a test, you may obtain a blood test forIgG antibodies to SARS-CoV-2. Please upload this test result to the MyCougar Health Portal.Students who submit documentation of vaccination or natural immunity will be exempted from having toengage in weekly surveillance testing and the daily Symptom Tracker. If breakthrough cases begin occurring ona large scale, testing and Symptom Tracker requirements may change. In addition, any student who developspotential symptoms of COVID-19 is required to notify the Student Health Center via the Symptom Tracker,even if they have been vaccinated or have natural immunity.Students who have NOT submitted COVID-19 vaccine or natural immunity documents are required to fill outthe Symptom Tracker and perform weekly surveillance testing.Symptom Tracking Residential students should complete the Symptom Tracker every day. Commuter students who live off campus should fill out the Symptom Tracker every weekday (MondayFriday, regardless of being on campus) and also on weekends each day they come to campus, prior toarriving on campus. Athletes: You may have additional requirements from the Athletics Department. The athletics testingrequirement does not count for surveillance testing, unless the athlete uploads their test results to theMyCougar Health Portal. Academic Expectations: In order to participate in certain coursework, you may have additional requirementsfrom your academic department(s). If there are any additional expectations, your academic department(s)will contact you directly. In order to complete your symptom checks, log in to the MyCougar Health Portaland select the COVID-19 tab. Symptom checks are required before

Azusa Pacific University is committed to educating our community on how to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and demonstrate our care for one another. Please carefully review the following information on the expectations of returning to campus, and how we as a community share the responsibility in maintaining a safe living and learning environment.