Monitoring Your Own Health
- In addition to the screening provided by the University, all faculty, staff and students are expected to self-monitor their health daily prior to coming to campus or attending class. If they experience any symptoms of COVID-19, they should stay home and contact their healthcare provider. Students should also contact Chester County Department of Health for medical assistance and to help the University in monitoring campus health and safety.
Required Adherence to COVID-related Policies / Consideration for Others
- Due to the nature of the coronavirus, it is possible for someone to have the virus but be asymptomatic—that is, not show any signs of being infected. As such, the University is requiring students, faculty and staff to adhere to the CDC guidelines and the University’s COVID-related policies. Doing so not only helps to enhance your personal health and safety, both also contributes to a healthy environment for our entire campus community. Failure to adhere to the University’s COVID-related policies could result in disciplinary action and/or removal of housing privileges.
1Due to the nature of COVID-19 and updated guidance from federal, state, and local governmental authorities as well as the effect on our community, these plans may change or be updated periodically.