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COVID-19/Coronavirus Information for the Mount Community

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During the COVID-19, we are limiting campus entry points at Doheny to ensure we are checking the MSMU Health Screen results for everyone who enters campus. The pedestrian entrances at 23rd Street, Adams Blvd., and Figueroa Lot gate will remain closed. There are no entry point changes at Chalon. View the Campus Entry Points Maps for more information.

 

MSMU Health Screen

All MSMU community members and visitors are required to complete the MSMU Health Screen.

After completing the Health Screen, a campus access status will be provided on the completion screen and by email. Receipt of a "Certified" status will permit access to campus. Be prepared to show the "Certified" status to Campus Security, shuttle drivers and MSMU personnel. Those who receive a "Not-Certified" status must remain home and follow the instructions provided on the "Not Certified" status screen. 

The MSMU Health Screen can be accessed in English and Spanish online, via myMSMU, or QR code near the entrance gates. 

Designated vendors and service providers performing essential campus functions must follow their organization’s daily COVID-19 screening policy before arriving at any MSMU campus. 

For questions or more information on the MSMU Health Screen, email safety@msmu.edu.

Visitors

Visitors are welcome to come to campus. All visitors must adhere to MSMU health and safety protocols, including completing the MSMU Health Screen and masking in certain areas on campus. Student Health Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, and the Child Development Center will still require masks indoors, in alignment with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) guidance for colleges and universities. Masking is optional outdoors; however, certain outdoor events may elect to require masking based on the number of attendees, nature, and location. All visitors and external groups renting or using the campus for events or filming must also follow their respective organization's COVID-19 and vaccination policies. Although visitors are not permitted in the residence halls at this time, residential students are welcome to have visitors join them in outdoor campus spaces.