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Home Student Life Safety, Health, and Wellness COVID-19 Information March 17 Security enhancements relating to COVID-19
March 17, 2020 

Dear Marymount Community, 

In response to recent events, Campus Safety and Security will be implementing security enhancements to continue to facilitate the well-being of the community. 

Effective Thursday, March 19, 7:00 AM
  • The Main Campus entrance at 2807 N. Glebe Rd. will continue to remain open. All other entrances will be temporarily closed to vehicular traffic, and there will be limited access to campus. Appropriate signage will be displayed to direct individuals to the Main Campus entrance for check in. 
  • Effective immediately, you are required to wear your MU ID on campus. Lanyards can be picked up at the Guardhouse, Ballston desk, or you can contact Campus Safety and Security at (703) 284-1600. 
  • In order to streamline the process for visitors, they must register/check in at the Guardhouse by using the QR Visitors Log. Visitors will be able to scan a QR code with their personal mobile device to answer and submit their responses for Campus Safety and Security to review. Once the visitor has input their responses into the form, Campus Safety will then provide the individual with a visitor badge for entry into the campus.  
  • Shuttles are to operate on a half-hour schedule, seven days a week. 
  • With their MU ID, members of the Marymount community will have access to buildings on campus from 7 am-11 pm (normal building hours). If you have issues accessing any buildings, please email IDaccess@marymount.edu. In your email, include photos of the front and back of your ID. List of buildings that are accessible with your MU ID:
    • Rowley Hall
    • Caruthers Hall
    • Gailhac Hall
    • Gerard Hall
    • Berg Hall
    • Ballston Center
  • The Yorktown entrance of the Blue Garage and the Backgate will be closed during this time. Parking will be available in the White Garage as well as in the front surface lots. There will be limited parking enforcement during this period. 

Please do not hesitate to reach out to Campus Safety and Security for questions or concerns at (703) 284-1600, or you can contact the COVID-19 hotline at (703) 284-5782 (covidhotline@marymount.edu). 
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