Q. What should students do if they are away from campus and have tested positive for COVID-19?
A. Students who have tested positive for COVID-19 (infected with COVID-19) and are residing at home or away from campus should:
• Follow their local county health department's guidance on isolation and testing.
• Email documentation of their positive COVID-19 test result to Student Health Services at email@example.com.
Students who have tested positive for COVID-19 will be exempt from on-campus COVID-19 testing for three months beginning the date they tested positive. They will also be exempt from the campus COVID-19 booster requirement for 90 days starting from the date they tested positive. Student Health Services recommends getting a booster 14 to 28 days after being released from isolation.
Residential students who have tested positive for COVID-19 do not need to get a pre-arrival COVID-19 test before moving on campus. During check-in, students should show proof of their positive test to demonstrate that they are exempt from testing.