Higher Education: Design Guidelines for Infection Control

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, campuses across the country have closed their classrooms, dining areas, libraries, residence halls, recreation facilities, and student life spaces, all in an effort to mitigate the potential spread of infection. To help ensure colleges and universities are safe to reopen their campuses this fall, our team of education design experts have put together a set of guidelines for infection control. From social distancing to technology integration, these design guidelines outline important strategies that can help create safer environments for returning students and faculty.

View the PDF below to read the higher education design guidelines for infection control.

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Written By
Carl Holden

Community Sector Technical Director | Principal


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