For students entering the United States after January 26, 2021, CDC is requiring a negative COVID-19 test is to enter the United States. If you arrive after January 26, 2021, the University has reduced the quarantine requirement from 14 days to 10 days. Students are still required to schedule a COVID-19 test with the Student Health Center within three business days of your arrival.
Please note that the University is requiring all students arriving from outside the United States to quarantine for 14 day. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines also recommend a 14-day self-quarantine/stay-at-home period after the traveler has entered the U.S. Please check the CDC's traveler's map to view the current guidelines regarding entry to the U.S. after traveling from your country and any other countries through which you transit. In addition, some students from (or traveling through) Brazil, China, Iran, and certain European countries will be subject to an entry ban unless they have spent 14 days outside any of those countries.
Once you are quarantining please notify OISS by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can assist in providing food access, computer and wifi access, faculty information and more.
Please keep these restrictions in mind when planning your travel to the U.S.
OISS, the Center for Student Engagement, ASUN, Graduate School, GSA, Residential Life and Housing Services and other campus partners are here to help.
- Food assistance. For food assistance, such as delivery or other options, please complete the food assistance form.
- Electronics assistance. For electronics assistance (e.g., cell phone, wifi, laptops, etc), please complete the electronics assistance form.