Enhanced Cleaning Protocol 

The well-being and safety of our campus is everyone’s job and responsibility. The entire University community must work together to keep others healthy and safe.

In collaboration with Cleannet, our facilities team will continue cleaning and disinfecting classrooms, common spaces, bathrooms, and buildings. 

We will provide disinfecting wipes or sprays for individuals to regularly clean surfaces inside computer labs, classrooms, offices, and public spaces. 

Training

Campbell University will provide classrooms and offices with disinfectant surface wipes for students, faculty, and staff to use as needed. The University in partnership with Spartan Chemical Company will train students, faculty, and staff on how to appropriately and adequately clean classrooms and offices. 

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Routine Cleaning Procedures

The regular housekeeping schedule is as follows: 

Office spaces 
Trash emptied daily. Vacuuming and dusting once a week, or as needed, Monday through Friday. Office staff is required to disinfect and sanitize their work areas as needed. 

Classrooms
Deep cleaned and disinfected daily Monday through Friday. 

Common/Public bathrooms
Deep cleaned and disinfected daily Monday through Friday. 

Residence Halls 
Trash removed daily from restrooms and common areas. Restrooms are deep cleaned and disinfected weekly.

Apartment-Style Living
Occupants are required to clean their own spaces and remove their own trash. The University will deep clean common areas where applicable.  Apartment-style living areas include Jones, Bob Barker, Luby Wood, Faculty Memorial and Stadium Apartments.

Dining areas
Cleaned and maintained by Aramark. Review Aramark’s cleaning protocols >

Hand sanitizing stations

In response to the COVID-19 concern, the Campbell University facilities department has inspected and filled all existing hand sanitizing stations on campus; all are in working order and are located in academic, athletic and administration buildings.

More than 100 additional sanitizing stations have been installed throughout the campus. Some stations are located on walls, while others are on mobile stands or tables.