COVID-19 Illness & Exposure Information

COVID-19 Illness & Exposure Information

Exposure Guidelines

Should you be exposed to a person confirmed to have COVID-19, there are a specific set of actions you should take. Before coming to campus as a student, employee or visitor, please visit the Exposure Information page.


Please continue reading this page to explore our Frequently Asked Questions regarding COVID-19.

What are COVID-19 symptoms and how can I protect myself?
Is there campus guidance on exposure to COVID-19?
What is the Difference Between Isolation and Quarantine?
Do I need to continue to isolate if my COVID test is negative?
Do I need to quarantine if someone I have spent time with was exposed to an individual diagnosed with COVID?
What is the infectious time frame for someone diagnosed with COVID? 
Should I come to class or work if I’m not sure if my symptoms are allergies, caused by the smoke in the air, or the start of an illness? 
Who should I contact because I am in isolation and can't come to campus?
Where and when should I get COVID-19 testing
Can I get a test at the Wellness Center if I’m not having any symptoms? 
Will I be allowed to travel if I am in isolation? 
Do you have walk-in rapid COVID testing at the Wellness Center? 
Does the Wellness Center offer testing for individuals who need to provide test results in order to travel? 
If an employee or student tests positive for the virus and completes required isolation and then is re-exposed to a COVID positive person, will they need to follow the COVID-19 exposure guidance?
What Should I do if I Attended a Large Event with a Positive Case?
Who can I reach out to if I have questions about COVID-19?
Where can I get a vaccine?