Masking & Vaccine Requirements for Events with Significant Number of Off-Campus Attendees

Generally, masks are strongly recommended in all campus indoor spaces but are not required.  Please consult with the event organizer, however, as some indoor campus events, with the approval of the President’s Leadership Cabinet, may require attendees to wear face coverings.

Consistent with policies in the State of Oregon, face coverings are not required in most outdoor public spaces at this time. Please consult with the event organizer for face covering requirements, as there are some campus events that do require attendees to wear face coverings. Those who feel more comfortable wearing a face covering outdoors in general, and those who are immunocompromised or live with immunocompromised individuals, are always welcome to wear a face covering in any setting.

Face coverings continue to be required in the Health and Counseling Center.

Off-campus Visitors Staying Overnight in the Residence Halls

  • All off-campus visitors who stay in a Residence Hall guestroom must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. University community hosts are responsible for ensuring that all overnight visitors meet this requirement. 

Updated August 19, 2022