Building Access Badge

Getting Your Building Access Badge

The Building Access Badge can be accessed by going to https://gu360.georgetown.edu/s/building-access. We recommend that you create a bookmark on your iPhone or Android mobile device by following these instructions:

For iPhone users

  1. Open Safari. Other browsers, such as Chrome, will not work for this.
  2. Navigate to https://gu360.georgetown.edu/s/building-access
  3. Tap the Share button at the bottom of the page. It looks like a square with an arrow pointing out of the top.
  4. In the list of options that appears, scroll down until you see Add to Home Screen. Tap this.
  5. On the next screen, choose a name for the website shortcut on your home screen. You’ll see the link so you can confirm it, as well as the site’s icon that becomes its “app” icon. Click Add when you’re done.
  6. Now just tap the new app on your home screen, and it will open the website in its own navigation window, independent of what you have open in Safari.

For Android users

  1. Launch Chrome for Android and navigate to https://gu360.georgetown.edu/s/building-access.
  2. Tap the Menu button and tap Add to Home Screen. You’ll be able to enter a name for the shortcut and then Chrome will add it to your home screen.
  3. The icon will appear on your home screen like any other app shortcut or widget, so you can drag it around and put it wherever you like.

Alternatively, you can access your Building Access Badge by logging into GU360.georgetown.edu and clicking on the Building Access Badge tile:

Building Access Badge screenshot

Finally, you will also be able to launch the Building Access Badge by downloading the Georgetown Mobile App and clicking on the icon.

Using Your Building Access Badge

Georgetown University faculty and staff who have been approved to work on campus are required to show your Building Access Badge to gain entry to university buildings staffed by a public health screener. Your Building Access Badge must be green to gain access. Red badges will be denied entry.

As of October 14, and each day after, if you do not have a green GU360 Building Access Badge your GOCard will be temporarily deactivated until you take the actions needed to get a green GU360 Building Access Badge, which are listed below.

Your daily risk status in the One Medical app is not adequate proof of your compliance with the University’s health and safety measures, and you cannot use it to enter University buildings. You will need to show your green GU360 Building Access Badge.

If you have been approved to work in a University building that is not staffed by a public health screener, you will continue to have GOCard access to the building, as long as you have a green Building Access Badge. You will not be required to show your Building Access Badge to enter these buildings. However, you are still required to complete the COVID-19 daily symptom check-in survey in the One Medical mobile app and check the status of your Building Access Badge before arriving on campus. If your Building Access Badge is red, you should not come on campus or enter any University building. If your Building Access Badge is green, you can enter university buildings, and you must wear a face covering, practice physical distancing, and comply with all other District of Columbia guidance and University health and safety measures while on campus.

The color of your Building Access Badge is determined by several factors. To receive a green badge, you must:

  • Complete the COVID-19 daily symptom check-in survey every day, regardless of whether you will be coming to campus that day or the next day, and receive a “Low Risk Factor” in the app. You should fill out the survey at least two hours before arriving on campus. Your daily risk status in the One Medical app is only good for 24 hours. You need to receive a low risk status every day in order to maintain your green GU360 Building Access Badge.
  • Sign the One Medical consent form (new window), which authorizes One Medical to release your COVID-19 test results and your daily risk assessment “badge” reported through the mobile application to Georgetown.
  • Not have an active COVID-19 positive test result.
  • Have been tested for COVID-19 at least once in the preceding seven days or have scheduled a test through One Medical in the next seven days, and comply with the testing requirements in the University’s COVID-19 Testing Protocol.
  • Have completed the Fall 2020 Affirmation and signed the Georgetown University Community Compact by logging into GU360. AND
  • Have been approved to work on campus.

You have been approved to work or learn on campus if:

  • Your supervisor has identified you as someone who needs to work on campus and submitted this information to the appropriate university leader (e.g., Executive Vice President or Chief Operating Officer);
  • The appropriate university leader has approved this submission;
  • You have received an invitation to download the One Medical mobile application, downloaded the app, and signed the consent form (new window), which authorizes One Medical to release your COVID-19 test results and your daily risk assessment “badge” reported through the mobile application to Georgetown;
  • You have complied with the University’s testing protocols; AND
  • You have completed the Fall 2020 Affirmation and signed the Georgetown University Community Compact on the GU360 website.

Building Access Badge Help

If you receive a red badge, you can click on the “Badge Color Help” button at the bottom of your Building Access Badge. A pop-up window will explain how your building access status was determined.

If you receive a “High Risk Factor” in the One Medical mobile app, One Medical’s medical team or Georgetown’s public health team will contact you to discuss your next steps.

If you feel a red badge was issued in error, you will have the opportunity to work with the University and One Medical to assess your individual results and retake the One Medical self-attestation, if instructed to do so.

If you have questions related to One Medical, please contact One Medical at 1-888-ONEMED1 (1-888-663-6331) or hello@onemedical.com.

If you have questions about the Building Access Badge or need additional information, please contact our University Helpline between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. EDT Monday to Friday at 202-784-3510 or email covid19-questions@georgetown.edu.

Quick Reference in English

  1. A one-time signed compact in GU360, click on Fall 2020 Affirmation.
  2. A one-time signed consent form in One Medical
  3. A negative COVID-19 test result within the last 7 days, or a scheduled test via the One Medical app in the next 7 days.
  4. A daily attestation in the One Medical App or at app.onemedical.com within the last 25 hours.
  5. To check your GU360 badge, click on Building Access Badge in the GU Mobile app or visit gu360.georgetown.edu/s/building-access

Quick Reference in Spanish

  1. Para registrarse, favor de entrar a GU360 para firmar el convenio que es requerido para los que se registran por primera vez.
  2. Después, favor de firmar la autorización de One Medical para compartir el resultado de sus exámenes con la Universidad.
  3. Puede hacer una cita con One Medical utilizando la aplicación. Necesita obtener un resultado negativo de COVID-19 por lo menos en los últimos 7 días o tener una cita para hacerse el examen en los próximos 7 días.
  4. Favor de contestar diariamente el cuestionario que está disponible en la aplicación de One Medical o en el sito de web app.onemedical.com. Tiene que responder al cuestionario a lo menos 25 horas antes de presentarse a la Universidad.
  5. Para revisar tu estatus en GU360, visite la pagina gu360.georgetown.edu/s/building-access

Printable Quick Reference Instructions

A PDF printer-friendly version of the above quick reference instructions in English and Spanish is available for download in Box.