Frequently Asked Questions
If you are experiencing symptoms, do not come to campus. Symptoms can include the fever, cough, sore throat, lost of taste and smell, and others. If you are symptomatic, it is recommended that you test as soon as you are able to do so, and in the meantime, it is also recommended that you stay distanced from others and wear a mask.
Brandeis’ surveillance testing program ended as of May 20, 2022.
For-cause testing is available for students at the Health Center. Testing is also offered off campus at various places (e.g., at-home rapid testing, doctor’s offices, clinics, etc.).
If you are in need of a COVID test, you may purchase a rapid test, visit your PCP, or go to a local clinic.
If you test positive for COVID, STAY IN YOUR ROOM OR AT HOME; do not come to campus. A positive is a positive, whether on a rapid test or a PCR.
If you are living on campus, you may order food via Grab-n-Go and pick it up outdoors while wearing a mask, and then return directly to your room. The pick-up location is near Usdan; all meals should be ordered contact-free.
As long as your health allows, plan to continue working on your classes while in isolation.
The DHA is no longer required to come to campus. However, it is still available as a tool for those hosting events if they would like to use it.
The campus passport portal has been retired for daily functioning. However, information and records entered into the passport are still available.