Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Updated November 12, 2021

The University's COVID website is regularly updated with public health guidance and expectations for the University community, including undergraduate students (on- and off-campus), graduate students, and employees (faculty, staff, researchers).

UHS will continue to update information regarding testing, and appropriate contacts for health-related questions. Please bookmark this page so you can check back frequently.

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If you are experiencing symptoms:

If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention and please call in advance. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 9-1-1. 

  • Undergraduate and graduate students  – call University Health Services at 609-258-3141. If you are tested for COVID-19 anywhere other than UHS, you must notify UHS by emailing so UHS may begin contact tracing. 
  • Employees – contact your primary care provider or local urgent care center. If you are tested for COVID-19, you must notify UHS by emailing so UHS can begin contact tracing. 

Post-travel Restrictions Lifted May 17, 2021

As of May 17, 2021, New Jersey's travel advisory is no longer in effect. The Travel Risk Assessment Form should now only be completed by individuals returning from international travel who are not fully vaccinated.

You do not need to complete a Risk Assessment Form and are clear to return to campus without quarantine after travel if:

  • You are arriving to New Jersey after domestic travel, or:
  • You are arriving to New Jersey after international travel and you are fully vaccinated (your travel occurred at least 14 days after your final FDA Authorized or WHO Emergency Use Listed COVID vaccine dose).

You should still follow travel guidance from the NJ Department of Health and all University public health guidelines.

At this time, the CDC recommends delaying travel if possible until you are fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated, you should also be tested on arrival and 3-5 days after return. If you are part of the Asymptomatic Testing Program, please see Testing | Princeton COVID Resources for updated information on our campus testing program. Other testing resources can be found here: How To Get Tested For COVID-19 In New Jersey (

Fact Sheets for Students and Employees

Contacts for questions

For COVID-related questions or concerns (including to report COVID testing in any jurisdiction), contact