Employee Information

Core Commitments & Guiding Principles

  • We are committed to the safety and well-being of our campus community members.
  • We are committed to offering a high-quality, personalized, and transformative education. As such, the most important consideration at this time is that we remain Mission-focused and remain accountable to our Lasallian Core Principles. 
  • We are committed to creating a culture of care in light of this global pandemic and returning to work and class on campus, strong. 
  • We continue to be coordinated and consistent with local and national health guidance throughout this time. We will follow the recommended health protocols orders with all that we do and will adapt those recommendations or orders as they evolve.
  • As employees make plans for the work they need to do, everyone should consider distance, density, and duration. The more an individual interacts with others, and the longer the interaction, the higher the risk of COVID-19 spread. 
  • Efforts and communication will cultivate the spirit that this is a time not just to ‘make it through’ but to find innovative ways to move forward in a positive way that builds community.

Health and Wellness

Our community is committed to campus wide health and wellness protocol that enable us to mitigate the risk of transmission of COVID-19.  We will continue to respond to the most current guidance and updates to help minimize the spread of illness on our campus and the greater community.

Campus-wide health & Wellness Protocol


Wellbeing@SMC offers both existing and new wellness resources 

Facility Cleaning Services 

Facilities Services (through its contracted custodial team, Able Services) will continue providing daily cleaning and disinfecting of classrooms, break rooms, bathrooms, and all public spaces. Facilities Services will provide disinfecting wipes and/or disinfectant spray bottles for computer labs, classrooms and public spaces for individuals to clean surfaces regularly.  Disinfectant wipes may not be available so community members should be prepared to use spray bottles and paper towels as an alternative.

Guidance for Managers

Managing well in this current context is more important than ever.  We encourage managers to reach out to their supervisors or Human Resources if they need support to inspire and maintain high standards for health protocols, integrate employees working virtually with those working on-campus, and help employees as they work to maintain physical and mental wellness.