Before Coming to Campus
All members of the Pacific Community will be required to complete an online training course.
Stockton and Sacramento Campuses: (use password for initial login: Welcome1!)
San Francisco Campus (Pacific login required)
Daily Health Screening
Students and employees are required to conduct a daily self-screening to assess their risk of being COVID-19 positive or being exposed to another person who is COVID-19 positive. The screening tool is not intended to diagnose COVID-19, but to identify possible signs of the virus and to raise awareness of wellness.
If any questions are answered in the affirmative, the student or employee will receive an email or text with further instructions. If all questions are answered negative for risk, the application generates a “You Pass” plus QR code sent via email for Sacramento and Stockton.
For the San Francisco campus ONLY, the application generates a bar code for entrance to the building if all questions are answered as negative for risk. Automated temperature screening kiosks are in place to measure the temperature of all individuals entering the building.
Conduct my daily health screen
Stockton/Sacramento | San Francisco
You can also download and screen through the Pacific App
Apple Store | Google Play
One of the first lines of defense in the fight against COVID-19 is social distancing. Social distancing is defined as staying at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from people who are not members of your household.
Social distancing in all university areas, including outdoors, is a priority. University spaces have been rearranged, modified occupancy limits signs have been posted, meeting spaces and common areas are closed off, clear circulation patterns for high traffic and/or narrow path facilities have been identified and facility changes have been made to enable appropriate distancing. In areas where social distancing is not achievable, such as open office spaces, reception desks, cashiers and other high traffic areas, physical barriers have been installed.
To practice social distancing:
- Stay at least 6 feet from other people
- Do not assemble in groups and avoid large gatherings
- Comply with visual cues such as occupancy limits, building traffic flow and distance markers
Face coverings help reduce the transmission of COVID-19 by limiting the spread of respiratory droplets from coughing, sneezing, or talking.
Masks or face coverings must be worn at all times by students, employees, visitors and vendors on campus indoors, except when employees are alone in their office or when students are in their own campus dorm and outside, in accordance with the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Students will also be able to obtain additional or “emergency” facial coverings in Student Health Services, through Public Safety officers, or Residential Life & Housing staff.
CDC Mask Recommendations