Division of Student Affairs
Sycamore Safe Stations
Sycamore Safe Stations are one-stop stations for students to pick up their 2 masks and verify information (cell phone number and local address) for contact tracing. Faculty and staff that are also students have already received their masks via the employee distribution plan and will not receive additional masks.
Students living in on campus housing (including University Apartments and 500 Wabash) will receive masks upon check in. If a residential student did not request a Sycamore ID Card prior to coming to campus, they will need to visit with Parking Services to do so. They will not be permitted to check into their Residence Hall or recieve their masks until this task is completed.
When visiting a Sycamore Safe Station students should be prepared with the following:
- To show their Sycamore ID Card
- To verify their contact phone number and local address to assist with COVID-19 Contact tracing protocal
New students can pick up their Sycamore ID and all students (including those living on campus) can pick up their parking permits at the HMSU (Hulman Memorial Student Union) Information Center area Sycamore Safe Station. Returning students needing new Sycamore ID cards can visit Parking Services during normal business hours for a replacement.
Below is time, date and location information for Sycamore Safe Stations. All calendars are the same, but sorted different to accommodate preferences.
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