Guided by our commitment to education and research and to our community’s health and safety, LASUSTECH has welcomed many more students, faculty, staff, and researchers back to campus this academic year. Supporting our community’s wellbeing while advancing our academic enterprise requires our collective participation in the University’s adaptable, multi-layered health and safety measures. Through robust commitment at the University, School, and individual level, we can all play a role in preventing the spread of infection and can help keep LASUSTECH healthy. We will communicate additional updates and guidance as needed based on public health conditions.

Testing on campus

Guided by public health officials and experts, The University has transitioned to optional testing for the entire campus community. LASUSTECH affiliates are not required to test regularly, however have the option of doing so if they wish. Anyone with symptoms or known exposure should test and follow medical guidance.

Verify Your Vaccination and Booster

The University is requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for all LASUSTECH community members and one COVID-19 booster for all eligible community members. This includes students, faculty, staff, and researchers. Consistent with federal guidance, all LASUSTECH employees, including those who are on 100% remote work status, must be fully vaccinated. Verify your vaccination and booster with the medical center.

What to Do if You Tested Positive or Are Exposed

Use the resources below to inform your next steps if you test positive through our testing program, if you test positive outside LASUSTECH’S testing program, or if you have a potential exposure.