There will be two main access points into the Gund Building—CIA's main educational building—
during the hours of operation. Entrances A and B have been designated as the two points of
entry. Entrance A is located on East 116 Street at the northwest corner of the building. Entrance
B is located on East 117 Street at the northeast corner.

Prior to August 10, Entrance B will be the only entry into the building.

Beginning August 10 at 7am, building hours are:

Monday through Saturday, 7am to midnight
Sunday, Noon to midnight


Mailroom Hours

Monday- Friday 8:00am to 11:30am and 12:30pm to 3:30pm

Closed Sat- Sun- Holidays


Facilities Office Room 110

Monday- Friday 9:30am to 1:30pm and 2:30pm to 4:30pm

Closed Sat- Sun- Holidays


Building Entry Protocol

Beginning August 5, the current paper sign-in sheet will be replaced with a quick four-step
process to enter the academic building.

Step 1: Prior to arriving at CIA, enter your health screening assessment using the
CampusClear app. If you are not exhibiting any symptoms, the app will provide you with a
smiley face entrance pass, which you’ll show to the security guard upon entering the
building. The one question self-screening should take less than 10 second each day.
Download instructions on how to install and use the free CampusClear app.

Step 2: Swipe your CIA ID to unlock the exterior door. The exterior door will require your
ID to open even during regular building hours. Your ID should be visible whenever you’re in
the building.

Step 3: Have your temperature taken and face covering verified. Upon entry to the
building, you will have your temperature taken, either by an automated kiosk or a CIA staff
member (using a touchless handheld thermometer). The automated kiosk will also verify
that you’re wearing a face covering.

Step 4: Receive a building-access wristband. The wristband will be color-coded and date stamped.
Once you have the wristband, you will not need to display the entrance pass in the
app or get your temperature taken again that day in the event you need to re-enter the


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