Updated Aug. 11, 2022


How will students in quarantine/isolation continue coursework without a remote class option?

Students will work with professors to continue coursework while not attending classes.

How can I get Covid tests?

You can order free at-⁠home Covid tests from covidtests.gov. There are no shipping costs and you do not need to enter a credit card number. 

If I think I have the virus, what should I do?

If you think you have been infected by Covid-19, contact the Student Health Center immediately. They will make arrangements for any testing and further medical care. They will also advise on necessary steps to approve a return to campus. In the meantime, isolate yourself from others.

I have a chronic medical condition, including an immune deficiency, which places me at high risk. What should I do?

Susquehanna cares about each member of our community. We also understand that individuals have individual needs. The Student Health Center is available to any student who has health concerns or questions at 570-372-4385.

I already had documented Covid-19 in the past. What should I do?

It is important for the SU Student Health Center to be up to date with your medical information. Contact the Student Health Center at 570-372-4385 to provide them with this necessary documentation.

What about student employment?

Students required to isolate or quarantine and have an on-campus job should not report to their shift in person. They should contact their supervisor to make arrangements to telework, if possible, or take leave. Refer to the Student Responsibilities section of the Student and Manager Employment Handbook for unplanned absences.

Any questions may be directed to studentemployment@susqu.edu.

What about GO?

See Study Abroad FAQs.

What about other travel for field trips and competitions?

All domestic and international university-related travel for students, faculty and staff should be registered through the links below.

For more about health services:

See the Student Health Center
which also can be reached at 570-372-4385 or healthctrnurse@susqu.edu.

For more about counseling and mental health services:

See Counseling & Psychological Services
which also can be reached 24/7 at 570-372-4751.

Other Questions

Contact the Susquehanna Covid-19 Information Center, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, at 570-372-3333.