Clean 'Cat Kit
As introduced in MSU’s Roadmap for Fall 2020, this fall semester every student, faculty member and staff member at MSU will receive a Clean ‘Cat Kit. This personal sanitation tool will help you take personal action to protect yourselves. These kits should be used to sanitize areas you use during the day, such as podiums, desks and seats in classrooms, meeting rooms and collaboration spaces.
Each Clean ‘Cat Kit will include:
- A Bobcat cloth mask.
- A refillable hand sanitizer.
- A refillable disinfectant spray bottle.
- Three microfiber cloths.
Clean ‘Cat Kits are just one additional tool, in combination with multiple other initiatives, that enables each of us to continue doing our part in providing and promoting a safe learning and working environment for ourselves and our fellow Bobcats.
To facilitate access to hand-sanitizer gel and disinfectant spray, campus hand-sanitizer refill stations will be set up around campus in various common areas in all buildings. This interactive map will let you easily locate these stations.
Getting a Kit
Students living in the residence halls will receive a kit in their room when they arrive to campus. For students who commute to campus, outdoor tents will be set up during the first week of classes where the kits can be picked up. MSU is currently seeking additional pickup locations on campus for later in the month of August. Stay tuned for additional information.
As of Sept. 14, the MSU Bookstore will be the pick up location for student who have not received a kit. Students who receive a kit will be registered for 10,000 ChampChange points and entered into a prize drawing.
Deans and department heads should coordinate with their units and provide University Services with the quantity needed to supply all their faculty and staff with one Clean ‘Cat Kit for personal use. Please use the request form to place an order. Delivery is expected the week of July 27.
If you have any questions, please email the Clean ’Cats team. Additional information about the kits is available from University Services' COVID-19 Facilities Resources page.
Updated: Aug. 25, 2020