SU has instituted an isolation and quarantine policy for students testing positive or sharing common spaces in campus housing with someone testing positive for COVID-19.
- Students residing on campus who test positive will be directed by Campus Housing and Residence Life staff to move from their current residence hall location for isolation.
- Many opt to return to the comfort of their homes during the isolation period. Those unable to do so will be assigned an isolation space on campus with others who received positive tests.
- Students moving to isolation space on campus will receive a phone call and instructions sent to their SU email outlining the relocation process.
- Students testing positive will not be allowed to stay in their current residence hall during that time.
- Students who are told to isolate must keep this Isolation Symptom and Temperature Log (PDF) during their isolation period.
- Students residing on campus who share common spaces (living rooms, bathrooms, internal cluster/apartment hallways, etc.) with another student who tests positive for COVID-19 will be notified by the University that they must quarantine.
- During that time, they may choose to return home until cleared to return to their residence hall. Those unable to do so will be assigned a quarantine space on campus with others who have been exposed to individuals testing positive.
- Students moving to quarantine space on campus will receive a phone call and instructions sent to their SU email outlining the relocation process.
- Students assigned to quarantine will not be allowed to stay in their current residence hall during that time.
- Students who are told to quarantine must keep this Quarantine Symptom Log (PDF) during their quarantine period.
To reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, students assigned to isolate or quarantine will lose Gull Card access to all buildings on campus except their assigned isolation or quarantine unit. This includes the Commons. Meals will be delivered daily to students isolating or quarantining on campus. Students will be allowed to return to their assigned residence hall once their isolation or quarantine period ends.
Students living off campus who test positive will lose Gull Card access to all campus buildings and will be assigned to isolate in their off-campus housing or at home. Those residing off campus with a student who tests positive are asked to notify Campus Health at 410-677-0006 or email@example.com and plan to remain in quarantine until cleared to return to campus.