See the plan for class instruction, campus operations, and more if 100 or more positive COVID-19 cases emerge among students, faculty and staff within a two-week period.
The health and safety of students, faculty, staff, patients, and guests is our highest priority. On this page you will find links to information about health and safety guidelines for the University community. We urge everyone to take personal responsibility to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and to follow these guidelines:
UHS is making available a free Coronavirus test to any full-time University student who requests it based on their participation in these recent events.
Students can reach out to the CURT Student Advisory Council with questions and suggestions about campus life, health and safety, and more.
Tuesday, September 8, UHS will be offering COVID-19 testing for graduate students and undergraduate students who are living off-campus.
University Facilities and Services has been working to update air circulation in residential, administrative, and academic buildings.
Full-time undergraduate and graduate students can become an ambassador. Ambassadors will help promote safety practices and guidelines amid COVID-19.
The latest guidance on the types of events that can go forward this semester, how to manage and host them safely, and updated policies for visitors and guests on campus.
Effective immediately, there is a change to the quarantine guidance for all University students, faculty, and staff arriving in Rochester from an international location.
Students, faculty, and staff must wear a face mask or face covering everywhere they can—inside and outside. Reference our frequently asked questions to understand the guidelines.