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Davidson-Davie remains open for business as we continue to follow important COVID safety protocols. Campus offices are open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

With COVID-19 case numbers, positive test rates, and hospitalizations in our community declining, and with new guidance from state health officials, we are updating our mask protocols effective Monday, February 28, 2022.
 
Masks will be optional for those vaccinated and strongly encouraged indoors for those unvaccinated.
 
We encourage all employees and students to be vaccinated against COVID and to get a booster dose when eligible. Vaccinations help protect you from serious illness and death, they reduce the spread of COVID to others – particularly those who may be immune-compromised or still too young to be vaccinated – and they are our best tool for ending the pandemic. As always, our local health departments continue to offer first and second vaccine doses, boosters, and pediatric doses. Visit Vaccines.gov for a complete database of vaccine providers. Don’t delay in protecting yourself and others!

What to do if you’re having symptoms, test positive, or are exposed to COVID

Anyone, vaccinated or unvaccinated, who has COVID symptoms (which may resemble just a mild cold and include symptoms as common as cough, fatigue, aches, tiredness, congestion, sore throat, or runny nose) should not come to campus, stay away from other people, and get a COVID test. Students must complete the self-report form below. See the charts below for details about your specific situation.

If you TEST POSITIVE, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated

Day 0
Days 1-5
Days 6-10
Day 11
The day your symptoms start, or if no symptoms, this is the day you take a COVID test

Students complete the self-report form below

Employees notify supervisor and HR
Stay home from school/work and isolate from other peopleReturn to school/work if symptoms are resolving and no fever for 24 hours; wear a well-fitted mask at all times on campusYour isolation/precaution period is over

If you are EXPOSED to someone who tests positive but you are BOOSTED, or were VACCINATED with your original doses of Moderna or Pfizer within the last 6 months, or with your original dose of J&J within the last 2 months

Day 0
Days 1-5
Days 6-10
Day 11
Your last contact with someone who tests positive

Students complete the self-report form below

Employees notify supervisor and HR
If no symptoms, return to school/work; wear a well-fitted mask at all times on campus

Get tested on Day 5
If your test is negative, continue wearing a well-fitted mask at all times on campus

If symptoms develop, stay home and Get tested again
Your precaution period is over

If you are EXPOSED to someone who tests positive but you are UNVACCINATED or UNBOOSTED with more than 6 months passing since your original doses of Moderna or Pfizer or more than 2 months passing since your original dose of J&J

Day 0
Days 1-5
Days 6-10
Day 11
Your last contact with someone who tests positive

Students complete the self-report form below

Employees notify supervisor and HR
Stay home from school/work and isolate from other people

Get tested on Day 5
If your test is negative and no symptoms have developed, return to school/work and wear a well-fitted mask at all times on campus

If symptoms develop, stay home and Get tested again
Your precaution period is over

Thank you for helping keep our campus community safe and healthy!

Quick Links

This form should be used by Davidson-Davie students who test positive for COVID-19 or have had close contact with someone who tested positive. All information will be kept confidential and will only be used to further assist students with their academic schedule and well-being.

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Resources related to technology, counseling, the food pantry, and tutoring:

Student Support (COVID-19)

Federal emergency CARES Act reports

CARES Act (May 15, 2020)

Federal Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students Report (pdf)

CARES Act (June 25, 2020)

Federal Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students Report (pdf)

CARES Act (Sept. 30, 2020)

Federal Emergency Institutional CARES Funds Report (pdf)

CARES Act (Dec. 31, 2020)

Federal Emergency Institutional CARES Funds Report (pdf)

CARES Act (March 31, 2021)

Federal Emergency Institutional CARES Funds Report (pdf)