COVID-19 Self-Reporting Guide


Reporting on COVID-19 symptoms and testing is essential to the health and safety of our community. The following guide can help you determine whether to self-report.

You must self-report your status if you fall into the following groups. Note that you must self-report your status, even after you've been vaccinated and/or boosted.

  • You are experiencing coronavirus symptoms.
      • You have received a positive COVID-19 test result, you are presumptively positive for COVID-19, and/or you are in isolation.
        • You must not be present on campus until you have been cleared by the Contact Tracing Team. You may work or attend classes remotely if able, with supervisory/professor approval, while awaiting clearance to return.

      Those exposed to COVID-19 do not need to self-report but should follow CDC guidance, including masking around others for 10 days, monitoring for symptoms and getting tested 5 days after exposure. Quarantine is no longer recommended for asymptomatic people who have been exposed to COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status.

      Submit Your Self-Report

       

       

      After submitting your self-report, let your supervisor/unit head or school contact know and await further instructions from the Contact Tracing Team. If you are symptomatic, presumptively positive or have tested positive for COVID-19, do not return to on-campus activity until officially cleared to do so.

      Questions? Contact the Contact Tracing Team:

      Know someone who needs support regarding COVID-19? Submit a referral form to get help.