Current St. Olaf COVID-19 Campus Alert Level:
Campus transmission is low and has minimal impact on campus operations.
Read more about our current alert level on campus.
Updated April 6, 2022
Masks are optional for students, faculty, staff and visitors, but strongly encouraged for anyone with symptoms. Mask when requested in classrooms and individual work spaces. Respect those who still choose to mask.
Testing is available for students, faculty and staff who are experiencing symptoms or are identified as a close contact. Report your symptoms, exposure, or positive test using our COVID-19 reporting form.
All students, faculty, staff, volunteers, independent contractors and staffing agency employees are required to be up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations based on CDC guidance. Compliance with St. Olaf’s COVID-19 policy is a condition of employment for all faculty and staff. Individuals who need reasonable accommodations because of a disability or sincerely held religious belief should contact VaccineAccommodation@stolaf.edu.
Visitors are allowed on campus, but they must be up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations based on CDC guidance, and follow all campus COVID-19 protocols.
Classrooms and other academic facilities are operating normally. Faculty may require masking in their classroom.
St. Olaf-sponsored events are permitted, with flexibility for event organizers to implement COVID-19 safety protocols based on the type and location of the event.
Individuals who test positive must isolate for 10 days, but they may attempt to test out of isolation after seven days if they are not showing symptoms. Students may isolate in their residence hall room, in a designated isolation room, or they may return home, depending on their housing and living situation. Case management staff provide directions on meal pickup or delivery.
Students, faculty and staff should report symptoms using our COVID-19 reporting form.
Non-emergency COVID-19 medical resources for students:
Emergency medical assistance for students: