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Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines

Spring 2023

Any student or employee who tests positive for COVID-19 will be required to isolate off campus for five (5) days, followed by a modified return to campus with a well fitted mask for an additional 5 days. If you are directed to isolate, our faculty and staff are here to help. Visit this page for academic tips while in isolation.

If you test positive for COVID-19

  • Please submit your test to the test portal.
  • Notify Health Services by email or phone
  • Health Services will contact you with further direction

Isolation of positive individuals

Per NY State DOH and CDC, you will be required to isolate for 5 days. You may return to campus on day 6 if symptoms improve. Health Services will issue a Green M Pass and you may return with a well fitting mask for an additional 5-days.The modified return to campus and class includes  strict mask wearing, grab and go dining, and no access to the fitness center and events.

After testing positive you will not be required to submit a test for 90 days unless you develop a new illness. 

Resident students in off campus isolation will be cleared by Health Services to return to the residence halls beginning on day 6 if a student is fever-free for 24 hours with symptoms improving. After students are cleared from isolation, they are advised to wear a well-fitted, layered mask whenever they are around other individuals, indoors or outdoors, for an additional 5 days. 

Quarantine of close contacts - no longer required by NYS

If you are a close contact with someone who is COVID-19 positive

  • Wear a high quality well-fitting mask for 10 days around others indoors. 
  • Obtain a PCR test five days after the last exposure, and monitor for symptoms.