All students and employees are expected and required to report any COVID-19 symptoms to the university immediately, as well as report exposures or positive tests from a non-CSU testing location.

Daily Symptom Checker

Great news! Students, faculty and staff are no longer required to fill out the Daily Symptom Checker each day when they do not have symptoms. They are required to complete the online COVID-19 Reporter immediately if they have symptoms that may be COVID-19-like regardless of the day of the week or if they were planning to attend class or report to work on a campus.

Visitors

During this time of COVID-19, we are strongly discouraging visitors to CSU campuses or university grounds because we are committed to protecting their health and the health of our CSU community. More information about visitors during COVID-19.

Reporting a concern in my academic, work, or living space

Complete this form to report a concern about COVID-19 in your academic, work, or living space or if you believe you have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines “close contact” as someone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from 48 hours before illness onset until the time the patient is isolated.

Tested Positive for COVID-19

Complete this form if you have been tested for COVID-19 and the results were positive.

Reporting a Violation

To report behavior that appears to violate the University's COVID-19 public health requirements, complete the COVID Public Health Behavior Report Form, call (970) 491-4600 or email the CSU Public Health Office.

Reporting on behalf of someone else

If an employee does not have access to the internet, they still need to report any symptoms, postive test results, exposure or close contact to the university immediately by calling CSU Public Health at (970)491-4600.

Complete this form to report a positive test, close contact, possible exposure or COVID-19 symptoms on behalf of someone else.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines “close contact” as someone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from 48 hours before illness onset until the time the patient is isolated.

Reporting Symptoms

All students and employees are expected and required to report any COVID-19 symptoms to the university immediately even if they are working or studying remotely.

CSU Student (and not a student employee) Reporting Symptoms

Complete this form to report your symptoms

CSU Employee Reporting Symptoms

Complete this form to report your symptoms

CSU Student and Employee Reporting Symptoms

CSU Students who are also employees should use the Employee Symptom Reporter. Why?

Complete this form to report your symptoms

You should alert the university when:

  • Experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, which include new loss of ability to taste and smell, fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, and other flu-like symptoms
  • Have been tested for COVID-19 and the results were positive
  • Are in the process of being tested because public health officials believe you may have COVID-19
  • Are living with a COVID-19 positive person
  • If you believe you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 as a close contact

Students

  • Students are no longer required to fill out the Daily Symptom Checker on days when they do not have symptoms.
  • Students are required to alert the University immediately when they have possible symptoms of COVID-19, even weekends or days they are not coming to a campus.
  • If you do not have access to the internet to fill out the online COVID-19 Reporter, call (970)491-4600.

Employees

  • Employees are no longer required to fill out the Daily Symptom Checker on days when they do not have symptoms.
  • Employees are required to alert the University immediately when they have possible symptoms of COVID-19, even on days they may not be reporting to work or working remotely

Supervisors

Faculty

  • Faculty should not complete the Symptom Reporter on behalf of students.
  • To report a COVID-19 concern about a student or employee, call (970)491-4600 or email the CSU Public Health Office.

Visitors

  • During this time of COVID-19, we are strongly discouraging visitors to CSU campuses.
  • Visitors should not complete the Symptom Reporter.