Q. If I accept a new position with Stevens, do I need to be tested for COVID-19 to work on campus?
A. (Updated 09/28/2020) Yes, all students, faculty and staff who will regularly be on campus must be tested before coming to campus, and weekly thereafter. Information on testing  can be found on our Return to Campus site

Q. Where do I send my test results?
A. (Updated 09/28/2020) The test results, including the date of the test, should be e-mailed to the Division of Human Resources at [email protected] before your first day on campus. You will not be able to physically be on campus until these test results are received by the Division of Human Resources.

Q. What if I test positive?
A. (Updated 09/28/2020) If you test positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) please contact the Division of Human Resources immediately at [email protected]u. You will not be permitted on campus until you submit a negative test result.

Q. Where do I get more information about returning to campus?
A. (Updated 09/28/2020) Please refer to the university’s detailed campus reopening plan on the new Stronger.Safer.Stevens website.

Q. I haven’t been on campus in a while and I previously tested negative for COVID. Do I have to continuously be tested?
A.  (Updated 09/28/2020) Yes, you must receive a negative COVID-19 test no more the 5 days prior to coming to campus. The test results, including the date of the test, should be e-mailed to the Division of Human Resources at [email protected] before your first day on campus. You will not be able to physically be on campus until these test results are received by the Division of Human Resources.

Q. If I host out of state visitors or if I go out of state, do I need to quarantine?
A. (Updated 09/28/2020) Individuals traveling to NJ, NY and CT from states and territories with high rates of COVID-19 infection are required to quarantine for 14 days and be tested for COVID-19 approximately five days after their arrival. This list will be updated each week. Check here for updates.