Campus Return FAQs

 The following frequently asked questions provide additional information on the phased return to campus. If your question is not answered here, please fill out this form.

Additional FAQs can be found on the Niner Nation Cares website.

No, employees may not independently choose to return to campus. Any employee who is not currently working on campus in a mandatory capacity should not return until they are notified by their manager to do so. All units must complete plans for social distancing to account for additional employees on campus before others may return.
Per CDC guidelines, all individuals should be prepared to wear a face covering when leaving home in any area where six feet of separation cannot be maintained. Individuals should plan to wear their own face coverings when on campus; however, if employees do not have face coverings, they should notify their managers and one will be provided to them.
Yes, administrative leave has been extended for those employees unable to perform their job duties either through teleworking or on campus, but additional guidance has been implemented. Please review this information for details.
If you meet the set of requirements for administrative leave, you may still qualify. The federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) was enacted to address the impact of COVID-19 in the United States. This leave may help those who do not qualify for administrative leave. Please contact the Benefits Office at if you need help deciding which leave is most appropriate for your circumstances.
This provision expired on May 8. Beginning May 9, any employee required to work on campus will receive their standard rate of pay for their regular work schedules. Any required overtime will continue to be compensated at the standard rate of 1.5 hours for every hour work, most often awarded in compensatory time off.
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