Outdoor Tents for Study Spaces

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Most classes are remote this fall and campus buildings remain closed, but the university has provided outdoor tents to assist students living nearby or in university housing who could benefit from additional study spaces.

These spaces allow students to take advantage of study areas that meet physical distancing standards and recommendations. The tents will be lighted, cleaned and sanitized throughout their operating hours of 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. No power will be available for charging devices.

Tent locations, hygiene locations and spaces with outdoor WiFi coverage can be found on this web map. Clicking on a tent location on the map will provide information on the space’s maximum occupancy, number of tables and chairs and whether a reservation is required. Clicking on a hygiene location will indicate whether the space is a restroom, ADA restroom or handwash station.

Students using these spaces must follow the university’s procedures for gaining campus access as well as the staying healthy guidelines, including wearing a face covering at all times and observing appropriate physical distancing protocol.

Public Safety may request verification of COVID-19 health screening status or proof of completion of the steps outlined in the return-to-campus process linked above. All Chapman protocols or processes for returning safely to campus should be completed before using any university facilities.