All faculty, staff and students are required to monitor their health and self-isolate at home or if a residential student, in their residence hall room if experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms (fever, temperature, cough, etc.).
Any person experiencing COVID-19 symptoms is required to contact a health provider of their choosing or for students, Stevens Student Health Services to determine if COVID-19 testing is necessary. See the CDC guidance on self-monitoring.
Faculty, staff and students should monitor temperature at least twice daily (including once each morning before leaving their home or room) and self-isolate at home or if a residential student, in their residence hall room. Any person with a temperature of 100.4°F/38°C or higher is required to contact a healthcare provider of their choosing, or if a student, Stevens Student Health Services. Self-isolation and/or COVID-19 PCR testing may be recommended.
Stevens may initiate temperature monitoring stations on campus and at Stevens-leased properties or develop other methods of temperature testing if Stevens determines it is necessary or appropriate. Faculty, staff and students must comply with all temperature and other monitoring if implemented, and self-isolate and/or be tested for COVID-19 if determined to have a fever or other COVID-19 symptoms as described above.
Faculty, staff and students who come in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 must contact a healthcare provider and Stevens Health Services prior to coming to campus, to determine if self-isolation, quarantine or COVID-19 testing is necessary.