Rachel Duff, Sydney Stone, Kiersten Janis and Maajeek Flores socialize outside. Students are allowed to remove their masks when eating or drinking on campus.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought many changes to the world we will live in now, especially for college students. Different locations on SUNY Plattsburgh’s campus paint a picture of our new normal, like students wearing masks, extra signage and furniture stacked up and locked away.
Signs advising students to stop the spread of germs can be found in the Angell College Center and throughout campus.
Dozens of chairs and couches have been moved and closed off in the Blue Room of the ACC. Less seating allows for students to sit socially distanced or more than six feet apart.
In many high-touch and highly-populated areas on campus, large pumps of
hand sanitizers are available for students, faculty and staff to use.