Employees are requsted to provide evidence of COVID Vaccination
USCB's Campus Health Protocols
- All students, employees, and visitors are required to wear face masks when indoors and in the presence of others on all USCB campuses. Read the CDC's latest mask recommendations
- All students, employees, and visitors are encouraged to maintain 3-foot physical distancing when indoors on all USCB campuses.
Please note interim mask guidelines are subject to change based on community and university COVID infection rates and/or revised CDC or SCDHEC Guidelines.
- Questions regarding USCB’s COVID-19 response: firstname.lastname@example.org or (843) 208-8099
- Feedback for strengthening communications: email@example.com
- CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
- SCDHEC: https://www.scdhec.gov/infectious-diseases/viruses/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19
- UofSC HR: https://www.sc.edu/about/offices_and_divisions/human_resources/index.php
USCB will resume face-to-face instruction on its three campuses for Spring 2021. Because your well-being remains our priority, the spring semester calendar has been revised to include five single-day Student Well-Being Breaks in place of the traditional five-day Spring Break.
Spring Semester Calendar
- January 11: Classes begin
- January 18: MLK Day – No classes
- January 27: Student Well-Being Break – No classes
- February 12: Student Well-Being Break – No classes
- March 4: Student Well-Being Break – No classes
- April 6: Student Well-Being Break – No classes
- April 26: Student Well-Being Break – No classes
- April 27: Reading Day
- April 28: Final Exams begin
- April 30: Commencement
- May 5: Final Exams end
Employees who are sick should stay at home and not return to work until they are well. SCDHEC recommends that people, who have been infected with COVID-19, remain in isolation until: a) at least ten (10) days to feel better. days have passed since their symptoms began, b) they have no fever (body temperature of 100.4 degrees F or less using an oral thermometer) for 24 hours without use of fever-reducing medicines, and c) their symptoms are improving. Please note that some people may require more than ten (10) days to feel better.
Using the CDC’s Self-Checker, employees are required to self-monitor daily for the following symptoms:
- Fever Greater Than 100.4°F
- Shortness of Breath or Difficulty Breathing
- Sore Throat
- Muscle or Body Aches
- Chills or Shaking
- New Loss of Sense of Smell and/or Taste
- Congestion or Runny Nose
- Nausea or Vomiting (more common in children)
- Diarrhea (more common in children).
The COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges for each of us. Individuals who are experiencing feelings of isolation, anxiety, and/or stress are encouraged to use the Employee Assistance Program.
Further, the federal government’s Family First Coronavirus Response Act expands employee protections and relief.
- COVID-19 Policy Reporting Form
- USCB COVID-19 Internal Working Groups
- USCB Communicable Disease Outbreak Quarantine/Isolation Policy
- Employee COVID-19 Educational Training
- CDC Self-Checker
- COVID-19 High-Risk Medical Certification Form