Central Connecticut State University and the Department of Athletics have announced their Fall/Winter 2021-22 spectator policy that will permit spectators for on-campus sporting events.
For outdoor and indoor sporting events fans will be permitted to attend although there is a reduced capacity limit at each stadium, gym, and natatorium. Once capacity has been reached, access will not be permitted for the duration of the event.
Vaccinated individuals are not required to wear a mask outdoors. Non-vaccinated individuals are required to wear a mask.
Fans who are not registered CCSU faculty, staff or students, are required to complete the campus visitor symptom tracker (https://survey.ccsu.edu/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=9l0K4lm6#). Verification of completion of the symptom tracker may be required before entrance to the stadium. This can be done directly from your mobile device.
Fans are asked to remain in small, communal groups, and socially distance from other groups while in the stands whenever possible.
Attendance at football games will be limited to those holding tickets, those specified on team submitted guest list and faculty, staff, and students with valid CCSU Blue Chip card.
For indoor sporting events held at Detrick Gymnasium and the Jack Suydam Natatorium, masks will be required for all spectators, as well as game and building personnel. Fans are asked to remain in small, communal groups, and socially distance from other groups when possible.
CCSU continues to encourage fans and spectators to follow the guidance of public health officials, including social distancing and increased hand hygiene. Spectators will not be permitted near team benches or sidelines and may not interact with student-athletes before, during, or after the conclusion of the event on the playing fields/courts. Per University policy, the wearing of face masks is required in all campus buildings and at outside locations where social distancing is not possible.
Tailgating or any social gatherings at venues, in parking lots, or on CCSU property is not permitted.
University and athletics department officials will continue to monitor any changes to public health guidelines and adjust accordingly.