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Fully Vaccinated

Consistent with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an individual is considered fully vaccinated:

  • 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or
  • 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine

Testing Periods

The below graphic outlines testing periods for both employees and students.

Testing Periods

This table outlines testing periods for both employees and students.
Type Begin Date End Date
Entry Testing: Student and Employee Jan 3 Jan 16
Period 1: Student and Employee Jan 17 Jan 23
Period 2: Student and Employee Jan 24 Jan 30
Period 3: Student and Employee Jan 31 Feb 6
Period 4: Student and Employee Feb 7 Feb 13
Period 5: Student and Employee Feb 14 Feb 20
Period 6: Student and Employee Feb 21 Feb 27
Period 7: Student and Employee Feb 28 Mar 6
Period 8: Student and Employee Mar 7 Mar 13
Period 9: Student and Employee Mar 14 Mar 20
Period 10: Student and Employee Mar 21 Mar 27
Period 11: Student and Employee Mar 28 April 3
Period 12: Student and Employee April 4 April 10
Period 13: Student and Employee April 11 April 17
Period 14: Student and Employee April 18 April 24
Period 15: Student and Employee April 25 May 1
Student Exit Testing (Finals Week) May 2 May 6
Period 16: Employee May 2 May 8

Disciplinary Actions for Noncompliant Individuals

Disciplinary actions escalate depending on an individual’s total number of noncompliant periods from the full semester. So, for example, if a person has missed two tests out of the three required so far, they would be at Level 2 in terms of noncompliance. Missing another test this week would escalate them to Level 3. See levels of disciplinary actions below. 

Levels of Noncompliance

Students

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Employees

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