2. Retirees can use the fitness center facilities but need to call ahead and make an appointment. The University Health Center is only for students and the Wellness Center is not available to emeriti and retirees.
In addition, the College of Arts and Letters Dean’s Office has issued the following directives particularly governing those retirees with offices in Flanner Hall:
“During the Fall academic semester that runs until Thanksgiving, it is strongly recommended that you avoid coming to campus or using your office in Flanner unless absolutely necessary. If you do choose to use your office, current health recommendations indicate that your office may be safely occupied by only one person per day. If you share your office with an officemate, you and your officemate should not be in your office at the same time, even for a short while. Please work out with your officemate a timetable that allows each person sole use of the office for an entire day.
Please be sure to observe all university health regulations: wear a mask, practice social distancing, and follow posted instructions regarding traffic direction, elevator occupancy, and entrance and exit doors.
Given the continuing health crisis and the risks associated with public spaces, you may be thinking about vacating your office permanently. We remind you that the College can arrange (and pay) to pack up the contents of your office and deliver them to any local address. If you are considering vacating your office, please contact Allison Collins (firstname.lastname@example.org) who can provide more information.”