Prior to arriving on any University property or participating in any University-related activity, members of the University community must conduct a personal health screening and self-monitor for COVID-19 related symptoms. This is a short online Qualtrics questionnaire available in MyCoyote.
The health screen is updated to reflect the latest regulatory guidance. Those experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms may not come to any University property or participate in any University-related activity. Campus community members who develop COVID-19 related symptoms while on University property or participating in any University-related activity must leave campus or remove themselves from a University-related activity.
Guests and vendors working on campus can complete a daily health screen prior to reporting to the campus. In addition, a QR code is posted on the exterior doors of campus buildings and can be used to access the online daily health screen.
Follow the instructions on the daily health screen. Those who have tested positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who tested positive should .
Employees that are not permitted to access the campus should report to their appropriate administrator and use available accrued sick leave and or/the COVID Extended Paid Administrative Leave as appropriate for the situation.
Student that are not permitted to access campus should contact the Office of or the for assistance.
Yes, conducting a daily health check is a requirement on campus. Although rare, vaccinated individuals may still contract COVID. It is important to conduct a self-check for symptoms prior to coming to the campuses.
No, there is no need to complete another form. The health screen is one of many tools used for contact tracing and campus notification. You can find location information for the “On Campus Case Count” on the Return of the Pack website.