For those in the surveillance testing program:

Members of the campus community who continue with weekly surveillance testing throughout winter break will be provided access to campus facilities on January 11 without any further action required.

In order to remain in the surveillance testing program, community members must be tested every week that testing is offered.

For those not in the surveillance testing program (including those who will be accessing campus for the first time in January):

If a student is coming to campus for the first time in the spring semester, or is ineligible for the surveillance testing program due to non-compliance, they must submit a negative PCR (not rapid) test to taken within the last seven days, prior to receiving access to academic spaces.

Each community member residing on campus or authorized for regular access to campus may request one at-home Spring Entry PCR test at no cost to them, beginning Monday, January 4. Requests should be emailed to Students moving into The House for the spring semester will be provided with details regarding move in and testing.

Upon completion of any required travel related quarantine and upon receiving a negative entry PCR test result, students must participate in surveillance testing in order to maintain campus access.