Updated Jan. 6, 2022


Current SU

The following updates reflect latest guidance from public health experts and are subject to change as the pandemic develops.

Fully In-person Semester
Spring 2022 instruction is fully in-person without a remote option. Athletics is maintaining a full intercollegiate schedule.

Masking
Everyone on campus must wear a mask indoors (regardless of vaccination status and including all visitors). KN95 or layered disposable ones are appropriate. Masks are encouraged outdoors when around others and required for unvaccinated/unboosted persons unable to maintain six feet of distance from others. See more

Vaccination Requirement
To protect the health and safety of the campus and broader community, Susquehanna University requires students who learn, live or work on campus to be vaccinated for Covid-19 and have submitted proof of a booster by  Feb. 4, 2022 if eligible, otherwise within two weeks of eligibility. See more

Testing

Students are encouraged to quarantine for 5 to 7 days prior to their return to Selinsgrove. All students are required to get tested within 72 hours prior to arriving back to campus for the semester. Unvaccinated students, faculty and staff are required to get tested each week, in addition to some mandated random surveillance testing of individuals. See more

Individual Plan

Students must have an individual plan to relocate to an alternative site off campus should quarantine or isolation be required. The university does not have long-term quarantine or isolation housing available. See more

Health & Safety Contacts

Covid-19 Hotline: 570-372-3333
Student Life: vpsl@susqu.edu
Student Health Services: 570-372-4385
Student Covid-19 Testing Questions: covidtesting@susqu.edu


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Most recent Covid-19 statistics for Susquehanna


Travel Advisories

Most recent travel advisories for Susquehanna

Communications, Updates and Press Releases

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.

End of Semester Covid Update

As the semester end nears, thank you to everyone for keeping Susquehanna safe for the fall 2021 semester. Learn more about the most recent covid updates before winter break.

Covid Surveillance Testing Changes

Thank you for your continued compliance in following Susquehanna’s Covid safety protocols. Because of this success, starting in November, SU is running a trial of adjusted surveillance testing for a few weeks.

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