Face Covering Requirement
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, in alignment with the Oregon Governor’s executive orders, and consistent with guidance from the Oregon Health Authority (“OHA”) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), Oregon Tech issued its face covering policy on June 17, 2020. It applies to all Oregon Tech locations and serves the university’s goal to help reduce the risk and spread of COVID-19.
The use of face coverings is a primary public health measure to reduce the spread of infection across the campus. Oregon Tech requires faculty, staff, students, and visitors at all Oregon Tech locations to use face coverings when in enclosed public and common areas and outdoor areas where physical distancing is not easily maintained, unless an exception is granted. Face coverings include masks, cloth face coverings, face shields and worn in combination with other preventative measures, such as physical distancing, proper hand washing, and not coming to campus if unwell. Face coverings are to cover both the nose and mouth, consistent with health authority guidelines.
Please contact the individual who scheduled the meeting and inquire about Skype or Zoom virtual meetings. Face coverings are required on campus and should cover both the nose and mouth, consistent with health authority guidelines. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Admissions Office at 800-422-2017 or 541-885-1150; or send an email to email@example.com.
We’ve cancelled the March 6 Explore Oregon Tech (AKA Spring Open House). We are considering May as a replacement.
The following events are scheduled for the rest of the academic year under the current guidelines of 100:
March 29-April 9: Blue & Gold Days (KF) - individual visits specifically for admitted students.
Saturday, April 10: Choose Oregon Tech Admitted Student Day (KF)
Saturday, April 24: Spring Open House (KF)
All in-person campus visits at PM are cancelled until the campus reopens.
Please contact the individual who scheduled the meeting and inquire about Skype or Zoom virtual meetings.
If you should have any questions or concerns, please call your contact at Oregon Tech; or our general phone numbers:
If you are registered for an Oregon Tech event, you will be contacted by email if there is a cancellation for any reason. You can also check the university’s Coronavirus website for any announcements.