An Essential List of Tips for Managing Your Club or Org During the Pandemic (COVID-19)

  • In-Person Events and Meetings on Campus (As of March 15, 2021)

    • Event organizers may consider hosting events with the following stipulations:

      • No third-party events

      • No food or drink served at events

      • No conferencing or conference services

      • All state and local COVID-19 mitigation protocols must be observed

      • Venue hosts must adhere to COVID-19 spacing restrictions, as outlined by Facilities Management

      • Venue occupancy must be no less than 36 square feet per person

    • The new protocols are subject to change based on revised guidance from the state or local health departments and/or new direction from the CDC.

    • The university anticipates revisiting its event guidelines in mid-April.

    • If a club/organization chooses to hold meetings in person, we recommend continuing to offer a virtual option to those members who are not able to attend in person and/or who do not feel comfortable doing so. 

  • Travel

    • University-related travel (domestic and international) should not occur through March 14, 2021. (See the COVID-19 faculty and staff page for additional travel guidelines.)

    • Beginning March 15, we anticipate easing travel restrictions for domestic travel within the United States. We encourage you to consider flexible travel arrangements when making reservations, in case circumstances change. 

    • Individuals who wish to travel on university business will need to test negative for COVID-19 within three days prior to travel, and must receive a negative test result upon their return prior to returning to work on campus. These testing protocols for travel include individuals who have received the COVID-19 vaccination, per current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.

    • Motor pool vehicles are available for university-related travel. As of March 15, the university motor pool will allow more than one person in a vehicle, provided that all occupants wear face coverings while inside the vehicle. Employees using motor pool vehicles will be expected to test for COVID-19 pre and post travel as outlined above. 

    • The number of occupants in a motor pool vehicle should not exceed 50% of the vehicle occupancy rating.

  • WSUSA C&O Team Hosted Events

    • For the foreseeable future, the C&O Team will be moving all their meetings and events online/virtually. This includes events like Presidents' Training (see below), Officer Meetings, Casino Night, Carnival, and other notable events typically hosted by the C&O Team. As the dates get closer to these events emails and announcements will be made with further details. However, checking out the C&O page can help clubs/organizations stay up-to-date as well.

  • Presidents' Training

    • Hosted ONLINE/VIRTUALLY on August 31 and September 1. If a club/organization did not have a representative attend one of these meetings they can watch a video and complete a make-up quiz found on the C&O Registration page. 

  • Club Registration

    • If a club/organization has not registered yet for the current academic year please do so.


Need assistance? Email C&O VP, Whitney Olson whitneyolson3@weber.edu, or the C&O Coordinator, Heather Cimino heathercimino@weber.edu 

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  • American Indian Council (AIC)

    The purpose of the American Indian Council is to provide a cultural resource regarding American Indians for the University and the community. Provide a mechanism to facilitate solutions to American Indian student issues and challenges and to be open to ideas and suggestions.

    For more information, contact Tashina Barber at tashinabarber@weber.edu