Covid Protocol Policy Compliance

Students who fail to meet the requirements of the student Covid protocol policy will be reviewed immediately by the Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students and may be required to leave campus. If additional code of conduct violations occurred or if the non-compliant behavior was egregious, students may also be subject to sanctions through the process outlined in the code of student conduct.


To protect the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and the broader community, Susquehanna University requires students who learn, live or work on campus to be fully vaccinated for Covid-19.

Covid Messages and Updates

Healthy Commencement

We want you to be able to attend Commencement and be healthy. We also care about the health of your families that will attend.

Revised Masking Protocols

With nearly three weeks of the spring semester complete, we are seeing good success on campus and in the regional community — resulting in a revision to masking protocols next week.

Option Added to Isolate in Room

Susquehanna continues to review and adjust its Covid Plan, always considering expert advice, the current state of affairs and the community’s well-being.

Spring Plan 2022 Adjustments

Since we launched our latest Covid plan on Jan. 6, the CDC has updated definitions and revised some guidelines. The Susquehanna pandemic implementation group continues to meet and adjust our protocols accordingly, keeping the health and safety of our community top of mind.

Spring 2022 Covid Plan

As announced in a message to the campus community today, Susquehanna University instruction will be fully in-person for the spring 2022 semester. To protect everyone’s health and safety, SU has added a booster requirement for all students.