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NAU is being proactive with signage to help promote a safe campus, from hand-washing and physical distancing to elevator and stair protocols. View and download the signs you see around campus.
NAU Facility Services is working to provide a safe and clean environment in support of the university’s mission of providing a high-quality education to our students, and have implemented new cleaning standards for public spaces, residence halls, and dining areas. Detailed information can be found on the Cleaning Frequency Guide.
Following CDC guidelines and using national best practices, campus dining has removed a significant number of tables and chairs in all of the eateries on campus to allow students to eat while practicing appropriate physical distancing. Several on-campus dining options also offer pick-up and food delivery via Starship robots. More information can be found on the Campus Dining website.
Events, Meetings, and Gatherings
Policies and standards will be maintained by the University Events office and are available on the Guidelines for Event, Meeting, and Gathering Planners document.
All staff who are involved in planning, hosting, or facilitating events, meetings and gatherings need to be familiar with current standards so they can be implemented accordingly.
NAU’s Postal Services has implemented enhanced cleaning protocols for the fall as well as new services to aid in physical distancing.
Buses are being cleaned and sanitized throughout the day using Lemon Quat, an EPA certified disinfectant. Floors are mopped with disinfectant and all hard surfaces, including handrails, hand straps, and other frequently touched surfaces, will be regularly wiped down. An electrostatic sprayer is used at the end of each day to disinfect the bus.
- Passengers must wear face covering.
- Hand sanitizer dispensers are installed at all stops and should be used before and after boarding.
- For buses with two doors, passengers should board from the rear door only.
- Capacity is limited to provide more physical distancing.
- Passengers are strongly encouraged to use the NAUgo app to view the capacity of the bus.
- All buses will run on the AXELite route to increase frequency between buses, minimize wait time, and provide better opportunity for physical distancing.
The NAU Bookstore is open online and in-person. Physical distancing in the store and in lines along with other measures to reduce risk are in place, including CDC approved protocols for cleaning products and high-touch areas. Hand sanitizer is available for use and face coverings are required while in the store. We are encouraging early ordering online to promote physical distancing and reduced wait-times in the stores to ensure you have what you need to start your fall semester.
Visit the NAU Bookstore for the most updated information, including hours of operation, and shipping details, including international shipping, curbside pickup options, and more.