Vaccination is strongly recommended for all other eligible students, faculty, and staff. Learn more about the CDC’s recommendations for vaccination here.

Community members no longer need to report cases of COVID-19 to the university.

All Community members who have had a recent positive test must complete the guidance required by the CDC. This includes a minimum 5-day isolation and a required masking period for up to 5 days afterwards.

Please connect with your healthcare provider to understand how to treat COVID-19. Students can reach out to Retriever Integrated Health.

COVID-19 testing kits will continue to be available on campus through the end of the Spring 2023 semester, as supplies last. Retriever Integrated Health will continue to provide testing and healthcare for symptomatic community members as a part of a visit. You can learn more about services and fees on their website

Tests are available for pick up at:

  • the Police Station
  • Commons Information Center
  • Residence hall and apartment front desks

The FDA routinely extends the expiration dates on COVID-19 testing kits. We continuously monitor the kits we distribute to make sure they are still valid. Even if the date on the package indicates they have expired, staff have verified that all tests are still effective. You can review the FDA’s list of extensions here.

We ask that all in our community Keep Masks in Mind by carrying a mask with them and respecting individuals who need or choose to wear a mask.

Free KN95 masks are available through the Spring 2023 semester, as supplies last. They are available during business hours at the following locations:

  • The Police Station front counter
  • Campus Card and Dining Services
  • Retriever Activities Center
  • The Commons Information Center
  • Albin O. Kuhn Library Circulation Desk
  • Residence hall and apartment front desks