Safe Campus

Cleaning & Sanitizing

Cleveland State University facilities team member with cleaning supplies​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

What to Expect
  • Enhanced protocols for cleaning and disinfecting in place across campus
  • More handwashing and hand sanitizing stations installed
  • Sanitizing wipes, cleaners and other materials widely available
  • Enhanced air filtration practices in place  ​​​​​​​

Cleaning and Sanitizing Procedures

CSU’s Facilities Management and Ancillary Services teams have developed enhanced protocols for cleaning and disinfecting classrooms, common areas and high-touch surfaces. Additional handwashing and sanitizing stations have been installed across campus, including at building entrances, in dining areas and outside of many classrooms. Signage encouraging use of hand sanitizer, proper handwashing technique and physical distancing have been installed across campus.

In addition to enhanced and more frequent cleaning of classrooms, cleaning materials, wipes, paper towels and sprays will be widely available and students will be expected to clean their desks and seating areas before and after use.

Enhanced air filtration is being installed in the primary classroom buildings and other buildings where a concentration of activity is expected for fall. The rate of air exchange in these building has also been increased to ensure fresh air circulation in all buildings.