CAMPUS VISITORS + THE PUBLIC 

Current policies and protocols for visitors, Continuing Studies students, and the general public. 

Campus Visitors and Tours 

Visitor Policy

Visitors are allowed by appointment only and must check in with the department they are visiting to obtain an expiring Visitor badge. Managers who expect their areas to be inviting guests to campus but have not yet been trained to create them should contact Public Safety (dps@ringling.edu). Although we at Ringling College have always been known for welcoming the community to our campus, departments are still encouraged to limit in-person interactions with guests from outside our campus community whenever possible to help maintain the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff.

Library and Campus Galleries

Library and Gallery staff have already begun providing services on campus; however, those services may be limited at this time. Please contact Kristina Keogh, director of library services, at research@ringling.edu or Tim Jaeger, director and chief curator of galleries and exhibitions, at galleries@ringling.edu for the most current services and hours available. 

 

As with other public spaces on campus, face coverings are being required; occupancy limits are being reconsidered to accommodate physical distancing requirements; signage is being added to address spacing and traffic flow where appropriate; additional hand sanitizing stations are being installed; and occupancy limits of elevators are being determined and signage posted.

 

Sarasota Art Museum 

The Museum reopened to the public on October 15, 2020.  Please visit www.SarasotaArtMuseum.org for information about required safety protocols,  exhibitions, programs, Bistro, and other exciting happenings. All visitors to the Museum Campus, including to the Sarasota Art Museum and Continuing Studies (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and Studio and Digital Arts), will be required to wear face coverings. 


 

Ringling College Continuing Studies (OLLI/S+DA/EAC)

Continuing Studies, which includes the Osher Institute of Lifelong Learning (OLLI), Studio and Digital Arts, and Englewood Art Center (EAC), continues to offer courses through online delivery, with some in-person courses, with appropriate safety protocols, are being offered at the Museum Campus. More information about OLLI classes can be found at www.OLLIatRinglingCollege.org.