The agreement encourages students to develop an “isolation and quarantine plan” before returning to campus and to “put together a go-kit if they need to be isolated or quarantined and cannot return to my room.” If students have any doubts about meeting the expectations set out in the agreement, they are asked to report them to Residence Education staff, the Student Conduct and Community Standards Office, the Dean of Students Office or their respective academic dean. Students are also encouraged to seek help, resources and support from the university and community staff “during this difficult time.” Students must also get a flu shot during the fall semester. participate in safe practices such as the use of hand sanitizers, avoid touching their faces and share food, drinks, utensils and other similar items; wash hands “frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after property in a public place or after blowing the nose, coughing or sneezing, before touching food and after using the bathroom,” according to the agreement. Brandi Hephner LaBanc, vice chancellor for student affairs and campus life, said the agreement was aimed at “making individual behavior the most important part of our success.” While students have an obligation to avoid crowded spaces, the agreement states that students “do not organize, organize or participate in meetings and parties where social distancing is not possible. [You] will withdraw from the Assembly immediately upon an order from the Amherst Police Service, your local police departments or the UMass Police Department.┬áThe committees` letter reaffirms the role and presence of university students in supporting the local economy and quality education in public schools, and expresses gratitude for the vast majority of university students who follow the convention`s guidelines, such as wearing masks, distancing and avoiding social gatherings. Students who choose to live in on-campus accommodation or to plan, to spend time on campus, must sign an agreement by which they commit to abide by safety protocols, including limiting their daily social contacts, wearing face coverings outside their accommodation, limiting travel away from campus, non-participation of clients in residences, daily monitoring of potential COVID-19 symptoms and “undergoing viral testing upon request,” according to the school…