Information Center

For Campus Visitors

Last Updated: Apr 28, 2022 at 1:23 pm

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  • All general visitors must monitor their symptoms and stay home and not come to campus if they are feeling sick. As of March 1, 2022, completing a symptom checker is not required unless otherwise specified. Visitors must follow all current campus health and safety protocols while on university property.
  • For prospective and admitted students and their families, please review our Admissions site for visitor information and opportunities and follow any specific instructions provided.
  • In specific situations, visitors may be required to confirm full vaccination status and documentation of a booster. Any role- or context-specific requirements should be followed as communicated by their respective department and stem areas. 
  • Individuals visiting campus for a conference or workshop lasting more than one day must be fully vaccinated AND boosted. All attendees participating in a conference in person on two or more days are required to submit to the conference organizer confirmation of COVID-19 vaccination and booster prior to arrival to participate in on-campus events (see form for doing so). 
  • COVID testing is generally not a suitable alternative to vaccination for instances in which visitors are required to be vaccinated and boosted.
  • Academic visitors who fall within the policy made effective July 1, 2021, will be required to be fully vaccinated and boosted and follow all health and safety protocols as noted above. 

Frequently Asked Questions

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Health & Safety, Working at Lehigh, Spring 2022

Masks are optional indoors and outdoors on Lehigh campuses, with the exception of the Health and Wellness Center and in specific contexts or where people who are at high risk for complications due to COVID are located. In these situations signage and/or other means will be used to communicate this requirement. Events, meetings and registrar-scheduled classes may be areas where masking is required by event organizers or instructors. Masks must continue to be worn around others for 10 full days when isolating in place after a positive COVID test and after an exposure to an individual who has tested positive for COVID; please follow CDC guidance in these cases. Masks are recommended on Lehigh buses.

We will continue to monitor data and guidance from the CDC and other public health sources, especially as it relates to data on new variants. In addition, we continue to strongly encourage everyone to get vaccinated. Data continue to show that full vaccination is our best course of defense against serious illness from COVID and the threat of new variants. 

Health & Safety

Yes. General visitors and contractors should continue completing a symptom screening using the website or through the Hawkwatch app. Admissions visitors should follow the most current directions provided by the Admissions Office.

During the semester, the Lehigh COVID-19 Dashboard is updated daily during the week with the most current case information.

Residential Life & Campus Resources, Spring 2022

Events, Meetings and Gatherings, Residential Life & Campus Resources

Student Vaccine Requirement, Faculty/Staff Vaccine Requirement

Any vaccine approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or under the WHO - Emergency Use Listing will satisfy this requirement.