Downloadable Signs

The University’s Office of Facilities Management will install adjusted capacity limit signs on elevators and outside classrooms, as well as queuing marks, pedestrian directionals and other types of signs around campus, as detailed in the COVID Signage Implementation Guide.

Other University departments are encouraged to print any of the 8.5” x 11” posters below and post them on bulletin boards, doors and other approved surfaces as needed.

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Face coverings required on campus
Face coverings required on campus
Distance learning? It starts at 6 feet.
Distance learning? It starts at 6 feet.
We've met the enemy. It's afraid of soap and water.
We've met the enemy. It's afraid of soap and water.
If you answer "yes" to any of the following symptoms, go home and call your healthcare provider immediately: Fever, cough, shortness of breath, close contact with someone tested for, or confirmed to have, COVID-19.
If you answer "yes" to any of the following symptoms, go home and call your healthcare provider immediately: Fever, cough, shortness of breath, close contact with someone tested for, or confirmed to have, COVID-19.
Washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of viruses.
Washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of viruses.
It's not a face mask. It's gift wrap.
It's not a face mask. It's gift wrap.
How do you measure love? Six feet at a time.
How do you measure love? Six feet at a time.
It's not hand sanitizer. It's a message to COVID-19: "Bye Felicia!"
It's not hand sanitizer. It's a message to COVID-19: "Bye Felicia!"
It’s not hand sanitizer. It’s an antiviral forcefield.
It’s not hand sanitizer. It’s an antiviral forcefield.
Hand sanitizer? Heck no, it’s a liquid insurance policy.
Hand sanitizer? Heck no, it’s a liquid insurance policy.
Hand sanitizer? Heck no. It’s liquid death for COVID-19.
Hand sanitizer? Heck no. It’s liquid death for COVID-19.
We may not see your face but it's easy to see you care.
You'll always recognize a Great Dane by their game face.
Closer isn't always better. 6 feet can make a world of difference.
Show the library community some love: wear a mask, wash your hands.
Its a new story: Wear a mask, wash your hands.
Its a new story: Wear a mask, wash your hands.
This villain has a weakness: wear a mask, wash your hands.
This villain has a weakness: wear a mask, wash your hands.
It's a new story - the hero always wears a mask and washes their hands.
It's a new story - the hero always wears a mask and washes their hands.
In this story COVID-19 is the antagonist. You're the protagonist: You wear a mask and you wash your hands.
In this story COVID-19 is the antagonist. You're the protagonist: You wear a mask and you wash your hands.
COVID-19 Symptoms: Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath. These symptoms can appear 2-14 days after exposure. If you have any of these COVID-19 symptoms: Stay home, Limit visitors, Limit movement in your community, call your healthcare provider.
COVID-19 Symptoms: Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath. These symptoms can appear 2-14 days after exposure. If you have any of these COVID-19 symptoms: Stay home, Limit visitors, Limit movement in your community, call your healthcare provider.
When using sinks, toilets, or urinals, stay 6 feet apart or use every other facility.
Due to the spread of COVID-19, please practice workplace physical distancing: increase physical distance between co-workers, stagger work schedules, limit in-person meetings and lunches in break rooms and stay 6 feet (2 meters) apart.
Due to the spread of COVID-19, please practice workplace physical distancing: increase physical distance between co-workers, stagger work schedules, limit in-person meetings and lunches in break rooms and stay 6 feet (2 meters) apart.

Email Signatures

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If you can count up to 6 you can help keep UAlbany safer and healthier. Wear a face covering. Don't touch your face. Stay 6 feet (~2 meters) apart. Wash your hands with either soap and water or use a hand sanitizer. Clean surfaces often. If you don't feel well stay home.

Rocket science is hard. Keeping UAlbany healthy is not rocket science. Wear a face covering. Don't touch your face. Stay 6 feet (~2 meters) apart. Wash your hands with either soap and water or use a hand sanitizer. Clean surfaces often. If you don't feel well stay home.

We really like having everyone back. Let's keep it that way. Wear a face covering. Don't touch your face. Stay 6 feet (~2 meters) apart. Wash your hands with either soap and water or use a hand sanitizer. Clean surfaces often. If you don't feel well stay home.