Princeton COVID Resources

Strategies and Tactics for Keeping Our Community Safe During COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Princeton University community has adapted to numerous challenges in countless ways to continue our vital teaching and research mission.

Since many students, faculty and staff dispersed from campus in March, through long days in the spring and summer leading to an unprecedented fall semester, the people of Princeton have been working together to keep operations going safely — and making ready for the spring semester.

The preparations are extensive. Those returning to campus for the spring semester will notice changes everywhere they turn: signs guiding entry and exit of buildings, partitions and spaced-apart seats, and prominent reminders to wear masks and keep at least 6 feet apart. Other changes will not be so obvious, such as the efforts to improve airflow inside buildings and the complicated logistics to bring a testing laboratory to campus.

This new site is designed to gather public health information on COVID-19 into a single source, updated as circumstances and policies change, for the University community. Use it in good health!

Princeton University COVID Connector

Questions related to health and safety policies, campus housing, student accounts and dining facilities can be directed to the COVID Connector telephone support line. Customer service agents are available at 609-258-7000 during University business hours from 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST. Questions may also be emailed to covidconnector@princeton.edu.

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Illustration of coronavirus 19 from the CDC

COVID-19 Dashboard

Get the latest data on symptomatic and asymptomatic testing, quarantine and isolation statistics on the Princeton University community.

Students in isolation: week of Nov. 13: 5 graduate and 1 undergrad; Nov. 6, 2 grad and 1 undergrad; Oct. 30: 5 grad and 1 undergrad; Oct 23: 8 grad and 0 undergrad.