Free Covid test kits are available at the Health Service for students only. Monday-Friday 9am-4pm.
Anyone feeling symptoms of Coronavirus must wear a well-fitting mask and isolate until they have a negative test.
What to Do if You Test Positive
If you test positive, you are expected to isolate until you are no longer infectious, regardless of your vaccination status. Do not enter Stevens buildings or participate in Stevens-sponsored in-person activities until you meet the criteria for ending isolation.
Positive Covid results must be reported to Student Health Services (students) by emailing [email protected] or Human Resources (employees) [email protected].
While Stevens is no longer conducting universal contact tracing, we remain committed to providing COVID-19 related support for the community. Student Health Services will provide information to you regarding notifying your contacts once you report your positive case as well as information on missing class due to coronavirus.
Symptoms that you should be aware of:
People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from no symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:
Fever or Chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle or body aches
New loss of taste or smell
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting
Seek Medical Care, If You Need It
Students can schedule a telehealth appointment if Covid positive at the Student Health Services or or call 201-216-5678 to speak with a nurse 24 hours a day.
Employees should contact their healthcare provider.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 3911 on campus or 911 off campus.
What to do if you were exposed
Please review the CDC guidance to understand your exposure risk. If you are at a higher transmission risk based on these factors, you should follow the guidance below.
If you have symptoms
Follow the guidance for What To Do If You Have Symptoms.
If you do not have symptoms
You do not need to quarantine as long as you remain symptom-free.
Wear a high quality and well-fitting mask anytime you are around others, including at home/your residence halls room, on-campus, and in public.
Follow the CDC guidance for additional precautions you should take for 10 full days after the day you were last exposed
Follow the CDC guidance to get tested 5 days after your last exposure
If the person you were exposed to is someone who lives in your household and you are not able to separate from them, your last day of exposure is the last day you were (or will be) exposed to them during their isolation period.
Getting Vaccinated in Hoboken or Jersey City
Students who wish to be vaccinated off-campus should consider the local vaccination options in Hoboken and Jersey City.