Screening Tool Instructions for Campus Access

  • COVID-19 Screening Tool Instructions for Campus Access

    Updated August 10, 2020

    The safety and well-being of our College community is our number one priority. Below is important information on the COVID-19 screening tool required by all entrants of the College. This screening tool is to be used every time you are scheduled to come to campus. 

    Each day you will need to complete our Campus Check-In Online Form. You should complete the form BEFORE leaving for campus. Please answer all the questions accurately. Upon arrival, you will show a College appointed designee your Check-In status that you received via email after completing the questions. 

    Below are instructions on how to access the screening tool. If you need assistance, please contact the IT Help Desk at 410-386-8060 or

    Complete the Campus Check-In Self Declaration Online Form DAILY.

    • All fields are required.
    • Results will be shown in the browser and emailed to the address provided.
    • If you do not clear your browser cache, previous results may be saved in the form.
    • Be sure to answer the questions each day.
    • Be sure to answer ‘YES’ if you have unexplainable symptoms not related to preexisting health condition

    If you are unable to use this screening tool, a paper form will be provided at the designated entry points on campus and your temperature will be taken by a College designee.

    Based on your daily online responses, you will receive one of two possible results in both your browser and an email:

    1. Green Check for Permission:  You may come to campus for in-person instruction or work.
    2. Red X for Denial:  Do Not Come to Campus. Please comply with the information you receive in the email.

    Show the email with the timestamp (either on your mobile device or a printed copy) when you arrive on-campus at the designated entry point.

    Check-In Form Red-X Response  Check-In Form Green Check Response

    If you have a Red X, do not come to campus. Please comply with the information in the email.

    Show the email with the timestamp (either on your mobile device or a printed copy) when you arrive on-campus at the designated entry point.



    • Have tested Positive for COVID-19;
    • Had close contact, as defined by CDC, as 15 minutes or more, 6 ft. away or less, sharing utensils or drinks, or any physical contact with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19; or
    • Received a call from a Health Department Contact Tracer; or
    • Have a temperature reading of 100.4 or higher or have other COVID-19 symptoms.
    1. Seek emergency medical care immediately if you have any of the following symptoms: Trouble Breathing, Persistent Pain or Pressure in the Chest, Confusion, Bluish Lips or Face.
    2. If your unexplained symptoms or elevated temperature begin while you’re already on campus, you will be required to leave campus immediately. (Emergency medical attention will be called by your instructor or Campus Police if you have the symptoms noted in #1 above).
    3. Contact your health care provider for guidance on possible next steps and testing. Some COVID-19 symptoms may include, but are not limited to: New loss of taste or smell, Fever or Chills, Unexplained Cough, Shortness of Breath or Difficulty Breathing, Fatigue, Muscle or Body Aches, Unexplained Headache, Sore Throat, Unexplained Congestion or Runny Nose, Diarrhea, Nausea or Vomiting.
    4. You are encouraged to contact the Carroll County Health Department’s COVID-19 Call Center 410-876-4848 for general information. You may also visit:
    5. Notification: Students should contact all instructors and advise them that they will not be able to attend in-person instruction or training. Students should also email Dr. DaVida Anderson, Director of Student Care & Integrity at Employees should contact their direct supervisor as well as Human Resources at
    6. If you are ill or have had a positive viral (PCR) test for COVID, you must isolate at home until:
    7. You are cleared to return by a licensed healthcare provider OR the Health Department Contact Tracing Team; AND
    8. If you have had close contact with a person who is ill or has had a positive COVID test, you must quarantine for 14 days since the last time you were in contact with that person. Additional information on quarantine is available at
    9. Whether you are out of school due to isolation or quarantine (being sick, having a positive COVID test, or being exposed to someone with COVID) you may return in-person to campus only once you have submitted a release note from your healthcare provide or the Health Department to:

    For More Information: