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COVIDHousing

COVID-19 Housing Information

Residents are encouraged to have hand sanitizer and wipes, as well as face masks for their personal use. The University provides sanitizing supplies in areas across campus including classrooms and meetings spaces, but it is helpful for residents to also have some of their own. 

All members of the campus community are strongly encouraged to receive the COVID vaccine and booster. 

In the event a student is exhibiting any symptoms, is a close contact, or is tested for COVID, immediately contact the Health Center.

Students are strongly encouraged to quarantine or isolate off-campus. 

  • If unable to do so off-campus, resident students may quarantine in their on-campus housing assignment or isolate at an on-campus isolation location. The University has a limited number of on-campus isolation options.
  • Based on CDC guidelines and with support from St Luke’s, the isolation period has been shortened. After isolating five days, a student without symptoms/fever may leave isolation with a negative test result. 
  • If a resident needs to quarantine or isolate, their roommate will be expected to quarantine unless vaccinated. 
  • If a resident needs to quarantine or isolate, they will need to identify a friend to pick up and bring food to them. Dining is not able to provide food delivery to those quarantining and isolating.  

Residents need to take personal responsibility, as well as hold each other to these standards, for the health and safety of our community.