ALL INDIVIDUALS (i.e. students, employees, visitors) COMING TO CAMPUS TO CONDUCT UH BUSINESS must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly COVID-19 testing.
An individual is fully vaccinated two weeks after their last vaccination shot. Acceptable COVID-19 vaccines include those produced by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson along with World Health Organization approved vaccines.
Individuals who receive their vaccination are required to upload their COVID-19 documentation into the LumiSight UH mobile application or website. For those who use the mobile app on their smartphone/device, click on “Health” and then “Vaccination History.” Those using the website, click on “Vaccine” in the upper left hand corner.
Individuals who are in the process of becoming fully vaccinated (i.e. 1 dose of a 2-dose regimen, or within two weeks period after their last dose) will need to have a negative COVID-19 test result uploaded to the LumiSight UH mobile application or website prior to coming to campus.
Unvaccinated individuals are required to be tested weekly for the COVID-19 virus and to upload their negative test result into the LumiSight UH mobile application or website prior to coming to campus. This includes unvaccinated individuals who received a Medical and/or Religious Exemption for the COVID-19 vaccination.
ALL INDIVIDUALS (i.e. students, employees, visitors) COMING TO CAMPUS TO CONDUCT UH BUSINESS must complete the following LumiSight UH self-monitoring check-in DAILY, AT HOME, BEFORE coming to any University of Hawai‘i campus each day. Additionally, there are campus Kiosks located at various locations on campus such as the Hale Alakaʻi lobby, the Hale Pālanakila 1st floor main entrance, Hale ʻImiloa lobby near the entrance closest to the vending machines, and the Hale ‘Ākoakoa atrium available for use by those that are unable to check-in from home.
Face Coverings and PPE
All individuals are required to wear a face covering on campus when indoors. Face coverings are not required when outdoors, including lanais/patios. However, they are strongly recommended in crowded outdoor settings and for activities with close contact with others. Individuals should develop a habit of checking to ensure that they have their face covering with them before leaving home or their vehicle. In the event you arrive on campus without a face covering, disposable masks will be provided by WCC on a limited basis.
Students may obtain a disposable mask at the following locations:
- Library (Hale La‘akea)
- TRiO (Hale Kako‘o)
- Peer Mentor Center (Hale ‘Ākoakoa 232)
Employees may obtain a disposable mask at the following location:
- Human Resources Office (Hale Alakaʻi 120)
Face coverings must be worn by everyone on campus, as indicated above.
- You may only remove your face covering if you are alone and in an isolated private space (such as a private office with the door closed).
- If you refuse to wear a face covering while on campus, you may be asked to leave.
- If you cannot wear a face covering for medical reasons, please contact the following:
- Students: Roy Inouye, 808-235-7453
- Employees: Your supervisor or the Human Resources Office, 808-235-7404
- Students who fail to wear a face covering onsite violate the WCC Student Conduct Code, specifically in Appendix I: Student Infectious Disease Mitigation in Response to COVID-19
- Physical abuse is intentionally or recklessly causing physical harm or endangering the health or safety of any person.
- Failure to comply with any directions of UH officials or law enforcement officers acting in performance of their duties and/or failure to provide identification to these persons when requested to do so.
- Employees who fail to wear a face covering onsite can be subject to progressive discipline as stated on the Office of Human Resources website.
- Face coverings are not a substitute for social distancing. At least 6 feet of space must be maintained between others at all times, even if you are wearing a face covering.