What is #CampusClear?
#CampusClear is a free self-screening app that is easy to download and takes seconds to complete.
As part of our commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment during this most challenging time, effective February 15, 2021, all employees, students, and visitors must complete a daily COVID-19 symptom screening via the #CampusClear app. Mitchell Hamline has adopted this tool as an additional mitigation strategy to limit the transmission of COVID-19 on campus, in addition to existing health protocols (masks, distancing, hand-washing/sanitizing).
Video: Introduction to #CampusClear
Coming to campus
Prior to entering the building, each person will be expected to complete the screening and will receive one of two messages displayed on the phone screen. Employees, students, or visitors that click on the No Symptoms button will receive a “Good to Go!” response which they will need to show to the front desk staff before proceeding further into the building
Employees, students or visitors that click on any COVID-19 symptom button or have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 14 days will receive a “Not Cleared for Campus Access” response. These individuals will not be permitted to be in the building and are expected leave the building and complete the COVID-19 Reporting form after leaving.
What if I don’t have a smartphone or prefer not to download this app?
You have two options:
- Visit web.ivy.ai/app/campusclear
While the preferred method of logging your health status is through a smartphone, #CampusClear can also be accessed on a web browser. Simply follow the link above and log in with your Mitchell Hamline email address. You will be asked to provide a copy of the results to the front desk staff upon arrival.
- Complete a Campus Clear Self-Reporting Form available at the front desk and give the form to the security staff person. You will permitted to continue into the building if you can affirm that you do not have any of the symptoms listed on the form.
Use of collected data
#CampusClear app collects health symptoms responses as logged by users in the app and is stored on IVY.AI, INC., servers behind firewalls, and certain personal information will be encrypted using secure socket layer (SSL) technology. This information is confidential and is used for the limited purposes of: (1) tallying the number of students, employees, and visitors on campus which is used to determine the campus case rates; and (2) to enable follow-up and support to individuals who report symptoms by Andrea Bien (employees/visitors) or Dean Lynn LeMoine (students).