Entry requirements for the BRWC during COVID-19

Category: COVID-19 Re-Opening

What are the entry requirements for the BRWC during COVID-19?

The University of Portland operates the Beauchamp Center in accordance with State and County regulations as they apply to COVID-19 and will be closed if guidelines require it.  the information below applies to when the facility is open, under COVID-19 restrictions.

Until further notice, only students, faculty and staff will be allowed entrance to the Beauchamp Center, no guests and no alumni or spouses.

All entrants must fill out the Waiver and Liability Release, before entering the facility. 

All students are required to present their Carbon Health Green badge for the day they are entering the facility.  Faculty & staff are required to present their Clear Contact badge for the day.

Masks are required at all times, even when working out. Masks must cover nose and mouth. 

Patrons who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and have not yet recovered, and/or are still within the 14-day quarantine period are not permitted to enter the BRWC.

Patrons who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 are not permitted to enter the BRWC. Symptoms include cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. Some COVID-19 carriers do not exhibit symptoms.

Patrons who have had contact with anyone within the last 14 days who has or suspects having COVID-19, may not enter.

Please be aware that screening will not identify those who are infected with COVID-19. People who have COVID-19 may not have symptoms, may have mild symptoms or may not yet be showing symptoms. This means that people in the Beauchamp Center may be contagious with COVID-19, so it is very important that members continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by wearing a mask, maintaining physical distance, washing hands often, and cleaning high-touch surfaces frequently.