COVID-19 Policies

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the University has developed numerous policies to ensure continuation of the University's teaching and research mission.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the University has developed numerous policies to ensure continuation of the University's teaching and research mission.

A list of policies follows. Please note that the work policies from the Dean of the Faculty and the Office of Human Resources require logging in through University central authentication.

Also, be aware that policies will be updated from time to time as the University responds to changing state regulations and other factors determining the response to the pandemic.

  • Gatherings, meetings and events — In support of efforts to reduce transmission of COVID-19, gatherings, meetings, or events should be hosted virtually whenever possible. Princeton-sponsored indoor gatherings with greater than five people and outdoor gatherings with greater than 15 people, held on or off campus, must be centrally approved as per this policy.
  • Visitors — In order to support efforts to contain virus transmission, visitors to the campus must be limited to those who have requested an exception from the policy and have received prior approval from Environmental Health and Safety.
  • Communicable diseases — Princeton University seeks to address communicable disease in a responsible and timely manner, consistent with applicable public health guidance and legal requirements, taking into account factors such as the nature of the condition, the severity of the condition, the health and well-being of our campus community, and privacy considerations of our campus community.
  • Face coverings – All faculty, staff, students, and visitors must wear a face covering that covers their nose and mouth whenever in buildings or on property occupied by Princeton University.
  • Contractors and Vendors — All University Contractors and Vendors who provide services on campus or in University Property must comply with New Jersey Department of Health COVID-19 guidelines, all applicable Executive Orders issued by the Governor of New Jersey, and any additional requirements and instructions provided by the University representative with oversight responsibility over their engagement.
  • Expanded use of institutional data — In light of the unprecedented challenges presented by COVID-19, the University has determined that a temporary, expanded use of personally identifiable electronic information and other institutional data is necessary as part of its pandemic response.
  • Work - Faculty
  • Work - Staff