Campus Passport Frequently Asked Questions
The Campus Passport enables community members to easily hold themselves accountable for the tasks necessary to come to or live on campus during this time of COVID-19. Because the Passport will be shown when entering public spaces, it also reassures other community members that the people they are in contact with are in compliance with health and safety regulations.
You will be asked not to enter the space until you complete the steps required in your Passport – for example, filling out and passing the Daily Health Assessment or scheduling a test. If you do not pass the Daily Health Assessment, you must not come to campus until you have been cleared by the Occupational Health Specialist (staff/faculty) or the Health Center (students).
Students living on campus must access the portal and complete the steps by noon. A reminder email will be sent each morning around 6 a.m. Students who live off-campus must access the portal and complete the steps before they come to campus.
Yes, you can print your Campus Passport. After logging into the Campus Passport portal, select the Settings option, and then select View or update your campus schedule. Check the option for “Alternative to Electronic Device Use.”
Before Shabbat, after logging into the COVID Passport portal, select the Settings option, and then select View or update your campus schedule. Check the option for “Shabbat Alternative.” You only need to do this ONCE for the entire semester. Shabbat Alternative Campus Passport Cards will be available at the testing sites prior to Shabbat each week. You will need to pick up a new card for each Shabbat or holiday. Alternately, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Friday before Shabbat begins, you can drop by one of the COVID-19 community asymptomatic testing sites (the Shapiro Admissions Center or the Heller School building) and pick up a card to use during that week’s Shabbat.
Yes, just remember to log back into the Campus Passport portal ahead of your next visit to campus to take the Daily Health Assessment and sign up for a COVID-19 test when you come to campus. Tests are offered Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Shapiro Admissions Center and the Heller School Building. Upon signing up for a test (and passing the Daily Health Assessment), your Passport will turn Yellow. If you miss your testing window, the Passport will turn red. Upon submission of your test, your Passport will turn green.
Yes! Yellow indicates that you have completed the required training, that you have taken and passed the Daily Health Assessment, and that you have scheduled a test on campus. Be sure to show up prior to or during your assigned testing window, and your Passport will turn red if you do not show up for it by the end of the appointment window. Upon submission of the sample at the test site, your passport will turn green.
Please check this website regularly for the latest updates and announcements, as we work together during the 2020-21 academic year.