Getting Cleared for Campus Follow your path to be Cleared for Campus

On Dec. 21, UF students at the Gainesville campus were placed on a “not cleared for campus” status to help UF transition to the new semester as safely as possible. Learn how to be cleared to return to campus for the semester by following the guide below. If you fall into more than one group, follow the instructions for your first identified group.

RETURN TO CAMPUS PHASE

Undergrads in in-person classes; and undergraduates in resident halls

Screen and Test by Jan. 10

Graduate, law & professional students

Screen only by January 10

Pharmacy, Med, VetMed, Dental, PHHP, PA students

Screen and Test by Jan. 10

ROUTINE TESTING PHASE

By starting your cycle during the weeks shown, regardless of the date of your return-to-campus test, you help ensure available appointments are evenly spread out and allow our entire campus community, including students, faculty and front-line health care workers, to test for COVID-19 in a timely manner. Note: If you don’t fit into these two routine testing groups, you are encouraged to complete weekly screenings and may opt to take a COVID-19 test.

January 11-17

Active members of a Greek residence, undergrads in resident halls

Begin your routine testing the week of Jan. 11 – 17, then test once every 14 days.

January 18-24

Undergrad students in in-person classes, Law students

Begin your routine testing the week of Jan. 18 – 24, then test once every 14 days.

NeXt STEPS

Screen and Test

Schedule through One.UF

If you are experiencing symptoms or have been a close contact of someone who has tested positive, you can schedule a test at ONE.UF regardless of your testing group or where you are in the rotation.

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