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Updated Monday, March 27, 2023

Dominican University will continue to monitor the campus COVID-19 infection rates. All students and staff must continue to submit positive results using the COVID tracker.

Following the current CDC recommendations if you test positive for COVID you must isolate for a minimum of 5 days, and if symptoms are improved and you are without fever you can leave isolation wearing a tight fitting mask through day 10 of your infection. Once you complete the COVID tracker the Wellness Center will provide you with isolation guidelines.

  • If you are an on-campus resident and you test positive for COVID-19 and live within a 200-mile radius of campus, you will be required to isolate off campus. If you live over 200 miles you will be given the option to isolate in our on campus isolation rooms.
  • If students have a shared residence, the student may be allowed to repeat COVID test on their day 6 in the Wellness Center and if negative move back into their residence.

There will be antigen COVID tests available for students by appointment in the Wellness Center.

Also following the CDC guidelines if you are exposed to COVID you should wear a mask around others through your 10th day, and get tested at least 5 full days after your exposure.

The university’s COVID vaccination requirement will remain in place for all students, faculty and staff for the remainder of 2022-23 academic year. Medical and religious accommodations will continue to be considered.

Students please upload your vaccination card to the Wellness Center portal to comply.

Visit Archived Updates for previous communication on COVID-19.