Creating a Safe & Fulfilling Campus Experience

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    Return to Campus

    We're excited to welcome new and returning members to our campus this fall. Visit our Return to Campus page to learn about what you need to do to keep yourself and others safe and healthy as you prepare to join us. 

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    COVID-19 Protocols

    We've established various protocols for University activities to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and promote the health and safety of our community.

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    Housing

    Planning to live in residential housing? Visit our housing page to for up-to-date information on COVID-19 protocols and procedures. 

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Planning to live in residential housing? Check out our housing FAQ!

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Protocols for Returning to Campus: Academic Year 2021

Fully Vaccinated Individuals

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    As soon as possible (at minimum, one week before your expected first day back on campus), upload your proof of vaccination card to MyHealth, found on the Health and Counseling Center website. You are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after your final dose. Please plan accordingly.

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    Receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test result on or within 48 hours before your first day back on campus at the on-campus testing locations. Saliva-based PCR testing is available without an appointment at the on-campus testing locations, with or without campus clearance.  To support the additional testing required for reentry, between Sept 6th and Sept 24th, nasal swab testing will also be available at the Carepod, Monday through Friday 8-12 and 1-4pm

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    You can resume on-campus work and activities once your campus access status reads ‘Cleared’ on PioneerWeb. Your campus access status on the top left after you log into PioneerWeb will indicate whether you are cleared for campus and, if not, will indicate what steps are remaining for clearance

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    Continue to monitor yourself for COVID-19 symptoms; if you have symptoms, promptly test.

Not Required for Summer or Fall 2021 Entry (Vaccinated or Unvaccinated)

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    The Pathway Back to Campus Canvas course

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    Flu vaccination for summer or fall entry; when new flu vaccines become available, we anticipate a flu vaccine requirement.

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    Electronic contract tracing or symptom monitoring via the Everbridge application

Find more info on summer/fall return to campus in our FAQs

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Not Fully Vaccinated/Unvaccinated Individuals

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    Indicate the date you intend to return to campus through the COVID-19 Vaccination Portal on PioneerWeb.

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    Please plan to be vaccinated and upload your vaccine record before your planned start date. Until full vaccination (two weeks following your final dose), please follow all requirements for not fully vaccinated individuals.

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    If you would like to request a COVID-19 vaccine exemption, as soon as possible (at minimum, one week before your expected first day back on campus), upload your vaccination exemption request to MyHealth, found on the Health and Counseling Center website.

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    Receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test result on or within 48 hours before your first day back on campus at the on-campus testing locations. Saliva-based PCR testing is available without an appointment at the on-campus testing locations, with or without campus clearance.  To support the additional testing required for reentry, between Sept 6th and Sept 24th, nasal swab testing will also be available at the Carepod, Monday through Friday 8-12 and 1-4pm

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    Quarantine for seven days, logging daily on the quarantine log on PioneerWeb.

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    You are required to continue to wear a mask on campus and suggested to maintain social distancing wherever feasible.

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    Continue to monitor yourself for COVID -19 symptoms and complete the daily log on the Symptom Daily Tracker on Pioneerweb. 

Vaccinations & the State of Colorado

Colorado Department of Higher Education: Statement on Colorado public colleges and universities requiring the COVID vaccine

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Return to Campus

Find the information you need to navigate your summer/fall return-to-campus.

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COVID-19 Updates