In addition to the requirements for new undergraduate and graduate students, there is important health-related information you should familiarize yourself with before coming to campus.
A note from University Health Services' Executive Director, John Kolligian:
Undergraduate students (whether they've remained on campus or gone off-campus over Spring Break) are required to submit a test after Spring Break.
From Dr. Melissa Marks, Director of Medical Services:
Dear PU students,
The Omicron variant has created an overwhelming demand for over the counter (OTC) COVID-19 test kits, so supplies may be limited. There are multiple options for cost coverage of these test kits.
McCosh Health Center‘s Infirmary will be open on Monday, January 17. Use the intercom system at the front entrance of the building to access service.
Because of the COVID pandemic, CPS will be offering all of its services exclusively through telehealth through the month of January.
During Winter Break (December 22 - January 8), University Health Services' hours will vary* as follows:
Princeton University Health Services (UHS) is dedicated to respecting the rights and welfare of the Transgender and Gender Diverse community by acknowledging that gender does not exist on a binary.
McCosh Health Center‘s Infirmary will be open Thursday, November 25 through Sunday, November 28.