Coronavirus (COVID-19)

University Travel Update

Consistent with CDPH guidance, it is university policy that any student, faculty member, or staff member returning from any location with a substantial incidence of COVID-19—such as CDC-designated countries of risk or domestic locations such as greater New York City, Seattle, and San Francisco/Sacramento—must stay home and monitor their health for 14 days.
Students who fall into this category should notify the Office of the Dean of Students at 312.567.3081 or Faculty and staff who fall into this category should notify the Office of Human Resources at 312.567.3318 or Students, staff, or faculty impacted by this policy should work with their supervisors or instructors to determine the appropriate work-from-home or study-from-home plan.
As mentioned earlier, students traveling to those areas may wish to consider staying home with their family after spring break and returning to campus when appropriate after communication with the Office of Student Life. If such students do return to campus, they will need to self-quarantine for a 14-day period.
Further, should you come into contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 OR have a fever of over 100.5 degrees or other symptoms consistent with COVID-19, you must stay home and monitor your health for 14 days. Notification of such contact should be made as noted above.