An essential component of keeping our campus safe and healthy is honesty and understanding in regard to personal health. Daily use of a digital self-check tool as a means of gaining access to class and events is necessary. Students, faculty and staff will perform daily health self-monitoring through a digital tool connected to Prisma. Each morning, you will take your temperature and answer survey questions about symptoms and exposure to COVID-19.
Students, faculty and staff will need to take a daily temperature check and answer survey questions about symptoms and exposure to COVID-19. If you are cleared to go to class and activities, you will receive a green screen with the day’s date which can be shown when entering your class. If you do not receive a green screen, you will be given a phone number to call to determine if a COVID-19 test is needed.
Any student who does not pass this digital self-screening process must contact the Student Health Services Office and will not be admitted to class until cleared. All faculty and staff who do not pass the digital self-screening process must notify Human Resources.
In keeping with guidance from the CDC, S.C. DHEC and the ACHA (American College Health Association), the University is developing plans for efficient COVID-19 testing that will allow for a safe and healthy campus environment.
For more information on testing visit the Medical Care Guidelines.