Emergency Preparedness: COVID-19

Bring Huskies Home - Wash Your Hands | Wear a Mask | Social Distance

Reporting and Communication with Professors

What should I do if I’ve been in close contact with Covid-19, I’m sick, or I’m Covid-19 positive?

  1. Contact the SCSU Medical Clinic
    • Please report your condition to the SCSU Medical Clinic. Our medical team can guide your care and answer questions about notifying contacts. SCSU Medical Clinic is a confidential reporting source that is keeping track of positive cases, to help inform campus-wide health decisions.

    • SCSU Medical Clinic: 320-308-3193

  2. Contact Professors
    • If a student is isolating/quarantining but is asymptomatic or feeling well enough to engage in classes that are online, continue to participate in online sessions/projects/assignments.

    • If a student is isolating/quarantining and is asymptomatic or feeling well enough to participate in courses that have some face-to-face sessions, please talk to your professor about an alternative delivery method for the in-class participation.

    • If students are feeling ill and cannot participate in class or complete required assignments, they should contact their professors to create a plan to make up the work.

      Students are not obligated to share that an absence or request to meet with class through an alternate delivery method is related to COVID-19.

  3. Assistance with Contacting Professors
    • Student Life and Development Office can help send generic absence notifications to professors on behalf of a student if they are unable to participate in class. That communication does not need to include specifics on whether or not it is due to COVID-19. Students expected to be out for more than 3 days may contact Student Life and Development to request assistance with sending a generic absence notification to their professors. Students are still responsible for communicating directly with their professors.

    • Student Life and Development: 320-308-3111



This information is subject to change in response to the evolving conditions of COVID-19. Revised: 8/28/2020


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