Roaring Back: University Rebound Plan
Idaho State University is ready to roar back from the COVID-19 pandemic. With the safety and well-being of all in mind, the University will resume full campus operations and in-person instruction in August. The University has adopted public health guidelines to achieve “new normal” operations. This new normal will still feel very different than what our employees and students are accustomed to during non-pandemic times. This is intentional, and is important for the health and safety of our students and communities.
ISU COVID-19 cases
Number of verified cases on ISU campuses
COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form
Symptoms, exposure, and test result self-reporting form
Protocol for Integration of Public Health Alert Levels with Idaho State University Operations
Answers for students, employees, faculty, and general health
All faculty & staff must view the video and verify they have done so by August 31.
- Wash your hands
- Wear a face covering when around other people
- Practice physical distancing of at least six feet
- Stay home if you or someone in your household are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms
- Cover coughs and sneezes
- Disinfect surfaces and high-touch objects regularly
Contact ISU’s COVID Hotline to discuss specific medical situations or questions at (208) 282-2705, or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions regarding these guidelines or the University’s Rebound Plan, please email email@example.com.
Being a part of the Bengal community means that each of us must take steps to stay well ourselves and protect each other, both on campus and in the community. We ask all Bengals to do their part to help to keep Idaho State safe from the spread of COVID-19. All members of the university community have a shared responsibility in limiting the spread of COVID-19 and protecting our students, colleagues, families, and vulnerable populations. Individual personal conduct consistent with prevention guidelines is strongly encouraged, and we thank you for your continued commitment.
COVID-19 hotline: (208) 282-2705