All members of the University community have a shared responsibility in limiting the spread of COVID-19 and protecting each other. All individuals should assess their own level of risk and make decisions that best support their personal health.
Idaho State's COVID-19 Hotline: (208) 282-2705.
Reporting Cases and Contact Tracing
Information about reporting symptoms and contact tracing
- COVID-19 vaccinations are the best preventative measure to avoid unnecessary or severe illness.
- Individuals exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 should contact University Health at (208) 282-2330 or their health care provider and complete the self-report form.
- If you have quesitons about your COVID-19 exposure, call Idaho State's COVID hotline at (208) 282-2705.
- Cooperation with contact tracing and following the advice of the COVID-19 health team is required per ISU policy, including quarantining for the recommended duration.
Information about absences due to COVID-19
- Testing is no longer recommended for individuals who may be exposed but have no symptoms.
- Students, faculty, and staff are asked NOT to come to campus when ill. If symptoms of COVID-19 are present, individuals should be tested and quarantine until results are back.
- Students should notify faculty of illness and their expected duration of absenteeism. University employees should report illness to their supervisor, and supervisors should advise employees to report any COVID-like symptoms to the self-report form.
- Symptomatic or infected individuals should isolate for five days and wear a well-fitting mask around others. Infected individuals may end isolation after five days if their symptoms have improved and they do not have a fever for 24 hours.
Information about vaccinations and where you can get them.
COVID-19 Screening Program
All students, faculty, staff must be screened when returning to campus in January 2021.
Medical and Disability-Related Accommodations
Who is included in this population?
Idaho State is a mask friendly university. All individuals are encouraged to make personal decisions about wearing a face covering.
University Health Center
Online scheduling is available for telemedicine appointments. Please call (208) 282-2330 to schedule in-clinic appointments or if you have questions.