COVID-19 Information for ZSC Campus & Community

COVID-19 Information for ZSC Campus & Community

Zane State College will continue to monitor evolving guidelines and recommendations for COVID-19. Thank you for doing your part in helping to keep our campus environment and community safe.

Mask Requirement Lifted in All Zane State College Buildings
Based on new COVID-19 guidelines from the CDC and the Zanesville – Muskingum County Health Department, effective Monday, March 7, 2022, Zane State College will no longer require masks on campus.

Zane State College remains a mask-friendly campus. Those who prefer to wear masks are welcome to do so. Masks will continue to be available through the end of the semester.

In addition, students, employees, and visitors may continue to stay healthy by:

Consider getting a vaccination.
The CDC recommends vaccinations as the number one preventative measure against getting COVID.

Monitor changes in your health.
If you are not feeling well, stay at home and contact your healthcare provider. Changes in your health should not be ignored.
– Symptoms may include fever (100.4°F or higher), cough, difficulty breathing, chills, muscle aches, sore throat, diarrhea, loss of smell, loss of taste, headache and/or nausea.

Practicing social distancing.
– Work and study at least six feet away from others.
– Avoid large group gatherings.

Washing your hands often using soap and water.
– For at least 20 seconds
– Practice cough/sneeze etiquette
– Use a disposable tissue.

Reporting positive tests or exposures.
If a student reports that they were exposed or indeed has the COVID-19 virus, employees and students are to file a Maxient Report here: https://cm.maxient.com/reportingform.php?ZaneStateCollege&layout_id=5

Please see the CDC website for the most recent information.

If you have any questions about Zane State College’s campus safety protocol, please email the Office of Human Resources at HR@zanestate.edu.

(As of March 2022)