Fall 2020 Move-in and COVID-19 Testing Information
Will I need to be tested?
All residential students, and commuter students arriving from out-of-state, will be tested or will be asked to bring proof that they have received a negative test result within the past 72 hours.
Please read the testing guide carefully for detailed information about testing protocols.
What does it mean to quarantine or isolate?
Please read this detailed quarantine or isolation planning guide to understand the meaning of these terms. This information is for both residential and commuter students.
Additional resources and guidelines
We are asking students to take additional steps to keep our campus safe, including wearing cloth face coverings while on campus. Read about our guidelines and expectations:
For more information about our fall return plans:
Move-in and the first round of asymptomatic screening is now complete.
The second round of asymptomatic testing will take place on Friday, Sept. 4.
All students who were part of the first testing group will be tested on this date. This includes students who provided evidence of a negative test during the first round of asymptomatic testing.
All other arrangements will need to be coordinated with Dean of Students Marnie Kaler (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For general information about residence life, visit Living on Campus.