Update - November 30, 2021

Required COVID-19 Testing for Spring Semester

Dear Aces,

The University of Evansville had a very successful fall semester with very few COVID-19 cases on our campus. Your diligence in upholding health and safety guidelines to limit the spread of the virus continues to be appreciated as we look to the future.

Looking ahead at the Spring 2022 semester, we will continue with the same “return to campus” requirements for students and employees that were in place this fall. A negative COVID-19 test (either rapid or PCR) will be required for all full and part-time students and employees (including adjunct instructors) who have reason to be on the UE or Stone Center for Health Sciences campuses. Those who submit a negative COVID-19 test will be required to participate in the Random COVID-19 Testing program throughout the semester.

If you submitted proof of full vaccination for the Fall 2021 semester, you do not need to submit a negative test and you will not be required to participate in the Random COVID-19 Testing Program. Full vaccination is considered two doses of Pfizer or Moderna or one dose of Johnson & Johnson, plus a 14-day waiting period.

Students and faculty participating in study abroad programs, including Harlaxton College, will be provided specific information from the Study Abroad Office regarding testing and vaccine requirements for spring travel.

Please click on the link below for important information specific to requirements, submitting testing and vaccine documents, and deadlines:

Spring 2022 Required COVID-19 Documents

Our Coronavirus Healthcare Task Force continues to monitor the pandemic at all levels, and they are grateful for your help in protecting our campus community.


Office of the Dean of Students

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