Terms and Conditions
Please take a moment to read and acknowledge the following statement issued by Middlesex County College regarding protocols and procedures consistent with the MCC return to campus plan.
The CDC, Executive Orders of the Governor of New Jersey and the New Jersey Department of Health recommend that employers, including public entities, implement measures designed to prevent or reduce the transmission of the virus that causes COVID‐19 between and among employees and visitors at the workplace. One method for doing so is to require that visitors, defined as members of the public seeking entry to Middlesex County College’s (“MCC”) facilities or worksites that are not students or employees subject to other COVID-19 screening protocols, submit to temperature testing prior to being allowed to enter any MCC facility or worksite.
In accordance with the above referenced federal and state public health guidance, and in order to help prevent or reduce the transmission of the virus that causes COVID‐19 between and among visitors and employees, MCC will implement the following Protocol/Procedure. Consistent with the MCC’s Return to Campus plan, visitors who are waiting for temperature testing must adhere to the social distancing requirements set forth under that plan, including, but not limited to remaining at least six feet apart from any other individual. Prior to being allowed to enter and as a precondition to such entrance to any MCC facility or worksite, visitors shall be required to submit to a temperature test. In the event that the visitor has a temperature that is 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, MCC will deny that individual access to the MCC facility or worksite. Failure to depart the MCC facility or worksite will be enforced by the MCC Police Department.
This Protocol/Procedure shall supplement any of the other protocols or guidelines that MCC has adopted in order to prevent or reduce the likelihood of transmission of the virus that causes COVID‐19 among and between employees, students and members of the public. At the Perth Amboy Center another measure designed to prevent or reduce the transmission of the virus that causes COVID‐19 between and among employees and visitors at the workplace involves regular sanitation. Visitors utilizing the computer labs are required to wear face coverings, sit in assigned computer labs and at assigned computers, and disinfect their work-station prior to, and at the conclusion of their appointment.
Visitors may not enter the Perth Amboy Center main office. Any services will be provided by appointment only. Appointments can be made on the Perth Amboy Center Website. The MCC Campus Police Department shall enforce the Protocol/Procedure if visitors fail to depart the MCC facility or worksite if asked.