Returning to Campus

Emory University requires all students, faculty, and staff to be immunized for COVID-19, with exceptions only for those with approved medical or religious exemptions.

Students, faculty, or staff members with an approved exemption are required to conduct a weekly screening test.

Agree to the Community Compact

The Emory Community Compact outlines behavioral expectations for students, faculty, and staff who are on campus this academic year. Every one of us has a role to play in adhering to these community guidelines and helping others do so as well.

Our Responsibility

Find out more about our shared responsibility in adhering to our community guidelines.

Learn expected behaviors

Student Community Compact

Learn more about the behavior expected of students who are on campus this academic year.

Read the Community Compact

Faculty and Staff Community Compact

Learn the behavior expected of faculty and staff on campus this academic year.

Read the Community Compact
Understand Contact Tracing

Contact tracing is an essential public health function during infectious disease epidemics that aims to identify persons who have come into close contact with an infected individual. Close contacts are quarantined and tested with the goal of reducing the chain of transmission of infections in a population.

Emory University has implemented a case investigation and contact tracing program to augment the work of the local and state public health departments. By returning to the on-campus community, students, faculty, and staff are agreeing to cooperate with case investigators and tracers. Students will be tested if they are determined to have been in close contact with a COVID-19-positive individual.

Student Contact Tracing

Faculty and Staff Contact Tracing