Princeton COVID Resources

Face Coverings

Face coverings are optional in non-instructional spaces; however, instructors may require masks in classrooms, labs, and other teaching environments, so students should carry a mask with them at all times. For more information on face covering guidance, visit EHS’ website.

With a valid student ID, students can pick up up to 10 KN95 masks at the following locations:

Undergraduate

  • All Residential College offices: weekdays 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Graduate

  • Graduate School at Clio Hall: Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 4:45pm
  • Graduate College Porter’s Lodge: weekdays 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Lakeside Apartments Main Office: regular business hours

Up to 10 per person. Cannot pick up masks for another person. Must show valid student ID.

COVID Dashboard

The University's COVID-19 dashboard provides daily and weekly updates of positive cases reported by University Health Services from testing, as well as weekly isolation and quarantine reports. Daily reports are typically updated by 10 a.m., weekly reports by 5 p.m. on Monday or, after a Monday holiday, on Tuesday. Information is also provided on vaccination rates for students, faculty and staff.

Hover over the below windows with a mouse (on desktop) or tap (on mobile) to see control bar and browse all data. Click the box icon on far right to view full screen.

Questions on health and safety policies, housing, student accounts and dining can be directed to the COVID Connector support line, 609-258-7000

University COVID News

Updates to COVID-19 policies for the Fall
July 28, 2022

In preparation for the Fall 2022 term, the University has adjusted COVID-19 policies and protocols, effective immediately. Please find the updates listed below in this message to the campus community.

Visitors Policy Update - Effective May 16
May 10, 2022

Effective May 16, the University has updated the visitor policy for University sponsored events as it continues to refine protocols that align with the endemic state of the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is a summary of the updated policy, which can be found in its entirety here.

COVID Update | April 8, 2022
April 8, 2022

In the last ten days, we have tracked a rise in cases on campus, especially among undergraduates. The CDC Community Level remains low and Mercer County hospitalizations are low. Demand for isolation space for students has increased, but we have been able to accommodate.