Check here for information on keeping healthy, available campus resources and self quarantine guidance.
People can protect themselves and others from the spread of illness by practicing these healthy habits:
There are resources available for members of the CU Boulder community experiencing personal impacts due to COVID-19.
We encourage members of the CU Boulder community to refer to our COVID-19 Information on Medical Services, an informational hub for all things COVID-19. We also offer guides and resources, including:
- Information on Symptoms and What to do if You Feel Sick
- Information on how to Protect Yourself and Our Community
- On campus COVID-19 Testing
- Information on Self-Quarantine and Isolation
- On campus Public Health Clinic
- Our own Return to Campus Hotline
- Our Student Health Assessment Form
- Information on COVID-19 and Mental Health
View a comprehensive list of resources for faculty, staff and students.
Boulder County Public Health, the lead agency on presumptive and positive cases of COVID-19 in Boulder County.
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Colorado’s lead public health agency, which tracks the occurrence of infectious diseases across the state.
The International Student and Scholar office provides resources for all international students, faculty and staff. The ISSS office is located in the Center for Community, room S355 (third floor). Drop-in advising hours are Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., except for Wednesdays when drop-in advising is available from 12:30 p.m.-3 p.m. The office can be contacted via email or by calling 303-492-8057. Visit the ISSS website for more information and the latest news relevant to international students, faculty and staff.