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 Campus Scenes, Fall / Autumn. Credit: Andrew Brodhead

Isolation for Undergraduates

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Thank you for helping us keep campus as healthy and safe as possible!

We encourage everyone to wear face coverings and to test upon arrival, and then re-test and isolate as needed. Here's more information for students, campers, and visitors:

- If you are attending a conference or residential camp, contact Residential & Dining Enterprises, Stanford Conferences.
- If you are a varsity athlete please contact Stanford Athletic training at 650.498.0261, or your team athletic trainer.
- If you are a high school or graduate summer session visiting student, review Summer Session Guidance on Testing Positive.
All other students, the COVID guidance found below applies to you.

We’re here to support you throughout isolation. We hope you’ll continue to engage in academics and practice a daily routine that includes tending to your health, well-being, dietary needs, and social communication (remotely!).

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Ng House Exterior. Credit: Sean Mckibbon-Ray

Information for undergraduates who will isolate in-place

Undergraduates living in Mirrielees and EVGR-A can isolate in-place (in their own rooms).
All other undergraduates should review the current COVID-tiers guide to know if this applies to you too. 

Exterior Quarantine/Isolation Housing Front Desk. Credit: Google Maps

Information for undergraduates who will check into an isolation space

Review the current COVID-tiers guide to know if this applies to you. 

Lane History Corner. Credit: Andrew Brodhead

Campus Resources

If you begin experiencing new symptoms or worsening symptoms, contact your healthcare provider, Vaden Medical Services at 650.498.2336, or the Sports Medicine Team if you are a varsity athlete. 

For URGENT medical advice after hours, call Vaden Health Services at 650.498.2336. Select option 1 for Medical Services and then option 2 to be connected with our after-hours service. Routine refills and insurance questions are not urgent; instead, please message your provider or the insurance office.

If you are a disabled student, the Office of Accessible Education is available to support you.