Effective Spring 2022, masks are no longer required in classrooms, offices, and most other public and private indoor spaces at either university. However, a limited number of clinical and other settings still require masks. They are listed below.
- In accordance with state law, health care settings including the Center for Student Health and Counseling (SHAC).
- Childcare settings on our campus, including the Helen Gordon Child Development Center, the ASPSU Childcare Center, and the Little Vikings and Baby Vikings centers, which serve children not yet eligible for vaccination.
- All off-hill OHSU Healthcare ambulatory clinics (for example, Beaverton, Richmond or Scappoose)
- Baird Hall (in Student Health and Wellness Center only)
- Casey Eye Institute (all floors except 3)
- Center for Health & Healing Building 1 (all floors except 2, 13, 14 and inside march wellness)
- Center for Health & Healing Building 2 (all floors except 13 and 14)
- Dillehunt Hall
- Doernbecher Children’s Hospital
- Elk’s Children’s Eye Clinic
- Hatfield Research Center (floors 8-14 only)
- Kohler Pavilion
- Lamfrom Biomedical Research Building (PetMR Clinic on floor 1 only)
- Multnomah Pavilion (all floors but 5)
- OHSU Hospital (including D-wing accessible areas such as 7D)
- Physician’s Pavilion
- Robertson Collaborative Life Sciences Building (School of Dentistry clinics in Skourtes Tower and 3S/4S-Mark Richardson Interprofessional Sim Center (MRISC) only)
- Rood Family Pavilion (Ronald McDonald House and Adult Guest House only)
- Russell Street Dental Clinic
- Sam Jackson Hall
- There are a select few areas within other buildings (such as the infusion space at Nimbus pharmacy; autopsy suite in Richard Jones Hall; and simulation centers in RJH 2300, MNP 4, and RLSB 3S/4S) where masks and physical distancing are still required.