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Monitoring your health

All students, faculty and staff are expected to monitor their own health by completing daily self-checkups, using the questions below, before reporting to class or work. 

Symptoms and exposures

Have you had any of these symptoms in the past 24 hours?

  • Fever (temperature greater than or equal to 100.4° F) or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Are you BOTH

  1. unvaccinated* or someone who has not had COVID-19 in the past 3 months AND
  2. a close contact?
    • During COVID-positive individual’s period of communicability (two days before symptoms, or two days before test date if they were asymptomatic), did you:
      • come within 6 feet for more than 15 minutes in one day? (Exception: In the indoor classroom setting, the close contact definition excludes students who were more than 3 feet from an infected student if both the infected student and the exposed student(s) correctly and consistently wore masks.)
      • have direct physical contact?
      • stay overnight for at least one night in the same household
Have you tested positive for COVID-19?

*To be considered fully vaccinated, you must be two weeks past receiving your final dose of a primary series of COVID-19 vaccine.

What to do next ...

 
Students

If you answer no to all, report to class or work.

If you answer yes to anything, contact Health Services or your health care provider.

For students living on campus who are experiencing symptoms:
  • During office hours (8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday), call Health Services at 920-403-3266.
  • Outside of office hours, call Campus Safety at 920-403-3299.

If you have a confirmed case of COVID-19, you are required to isolate.

Students will be asked to return to their permanent address, if their permanent address is within 300 miles of campus. Students unable to return home, due to distance or other concerns, will be housed in the college’s isolation/quarantine location.

View the college’s COVID-19 Guidelines or the COVID-19 Exposure Protocols for Students for more information.

Faculty and staff

If you answer no to all, report to work. 

If you answer yes to anything, seek a PCR test in the community and/or contact your health care provider. Contact your supervisor to discuss your work arrangements.

Faculty and staff will quarantine or isolate at home.

Community testing options

COVID-19 testing is available in the community.

CampusClear self-screening app and website

To help faculty, staff and students conduct these daily self-screenings, the college has adopted the CampusClear app. The app allows users to easily enter any symptoms they may be experiencing, then indicates if it’s safe to go to class or work. Users also may opt-in to receive notifications reminding them to conduct their daily self-screening.

Optional participation in CampusClear also will give St. Norbert College Health Services a mechanism for monitoring illness trends to manage emerging risks on campus. Students, faculty and staff can download the free app (available on the Apple App Store and Google Play) or visit the CampusClear website, create an account using their @snc.edu email address, and submit the one-question survey each day they intend to be on campus.