What are the consequences if a student comes to class, work or another campus activity after testing positive for COVID-19, during the time they should be isolating?

Students who attend class, work or other in-person campus activity after testing positive for COVID-19, during the time they should be isolating, are subject to the campus nonacademic misconduct policy.  Nonacademic misconduct incidents should be reported to staff members in the Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards and/or University Housing using the nonacademic misconduct incident report form.

If a student tests positive, they should notify their instructors that they will be unable to attend in-person classes while in isolation. Instructors should work with them to provide alternative ways to complete work. If issues arise as students navigate these conversations with instructors, they should reach out for support from their adviser, the chair of the department where the course is offered or the Dean of Students office.

If a student works, they should notify their supervisors that they will be unable to work on site while in isolation.