Summer 2021 In-Person Programs Guidelines

Updated 12:13 p.m. June 28, 2021

The following sets forth the COVID-19 prevention requirements that all summer 2021 in-person programs must comply with and integrate into their COVID-19 Prevention Plan. The University of Arizona's primary goal is to help protect the health and safety of our communities in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. These guidelines augment but do not supersede, University and CDC guidelines. All in-person programs are required to document their COVID-19 prevention measures and review them with the respective unit program personnel. These guidelines do not apply to Campus Recreation programs.

The COVID-19 Prevention Plan must incorporate all details outlined in this entire General Worksheet and all sections must be completed. A separate, Supplemental Guidelines Worksheet must be completed for each program or event conducted at Housing and Residential Life.

Covid-19 Prevention General Guidelines Worksheet

The COVID-19 Prevention General Guidelines Worksheet must incorporate all details outlined in this entire worksheet and all sections must be completed by leaders or organizers and communicated to personnel, volunteers, and participants, and maintained as part of the program or camp records.


Covid-19 Prevention Supplemental Guidelines Worksheet

This Worksheet is to be completed as a supplemental Worksheet for programs and camps conducted in Housing & Residential Life facilities, which must be completed and submitted, along with the General Guidelines Worksheet, to the Housing Conference & Guest Services staff, before the check-in date.


Covid-19 Prevention Acknowledgment of Risks

An Acknowledgment of Risks Form, which must be completed by all participants in University-sponsored summer programs or camps, and collected as part of the program or camp records.


Face Coverings

  • To mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the use of face coverings is strongly encouraged at all of our campuses in Arizona, especially during group activities in indoor settings.  
  • Face coverings remain required in any building/facility that is operated by or affiliated with the University where patients are seen, including Campus Health and Banner University Medical center buildings. 
  • Please review the current CDC guidance on the use of masks