Peacock Nation

The Peacock Pledge

As a member of the CCS community, I play a vital role in maintaining a healthy and safe environment for all of our community members. I pledge to support a safe and healthy campus community by:

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Commiting to an honest daily self-screening for COVID-like symptoms (e.g., fever, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, loss of taste or smell);

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Acknowledging that personal health and safety is a shared responsibility and the COVID-19 virus is a shared risk;

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Staying home from classes, student activities, and/or work when I am sick or exhibiting COVID-like symptoms;

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Regularly checking my campus email and texts for CCS messaging related to COVID-19 and following College guidance about COVID testing, quarantine, isolation;

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Respecting other people’s space and safety by maintaining appropriate social distance (at least 6 feet) whenever possible;

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Wearing a face covering when in classrooms and other College common spaces, when in public, and always when at least 6 feet of social distance is not possible;

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Washing my hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds; if soap and warm water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand gel with at least 60% alcohol;

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Taking responsibility for cleaning and disinfecting shared resources on campus like computer lab stations both before and after I have used them;

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Avoiding taking unnecessary health risks both on and off-campus like attending large group events;

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Sneezing and coughing into my elbow or covering my mouth and nose with a tissue;

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Not sharing food, beverages, utensils, water bottles, or other personal items with others;

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Refraining from eating outside of dining areas and personal offices while on campus;


Engaging with others with care, compassion, and understanding.