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COVID-19 Guidance and Campus Resources

Clemson University’s COVID-19 mitigation strategy relies on individuals’ awareness and commitment to their own health and to the health of all Tigers and the greater community. The following resources and recommendations, which are aligned with CDC guidelines, are provided to help each of us manage our own health and protect the health of others.

Steps to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

IF SICK, it is recommended that you...

  • Stay home, except to obtain medical care.
  • Separate yourself from other individuals, including those in your home.
  • Monitor your symptoms.
  • Take a COVID-19 test.
  • Wear a high-quality mask around others.

IF POSITIVE, please...

  • Isolate for a minimum of five full days to prevent spread.
  • If you are at high risk for severe illness, contact your healthcare provider.
  • To receive medical guidance if your test was not taken at a University site, upload your positive test result using the Upload Tool.
  • Employees, notify your supervisor and enter appropriate sick leave.
  • Students, complete a Notification of Absence.
  • When symptom-free, exit isolation but wear a mask for an additional five days when around others.

IF EXPOSED it is recommended that you...

  • Wear a mask when around others for 10 days.
  • Get tested immediately if symptomatic or if it has been 5 days after your last exposure and you do not have symptoms.
  • Monitor symptoms for 10 full days; test again if symptoms develop.

Campus Resources and Information

FREE COVID-19 Testing

The University will continue to provide saliva-based COVID-19 PCR testing at Littlejohn Coliseum. Main campus testing is available to students, faculty and staff. Individuals utilizing the free testing site at Littlejohn should register for a testing time. First time testers need to establish their QR code. Clemson Community COVID-19 testing is available Monday – Friday as well as other COVID-19 testing options throughout the state. At-home COVID-19 test kits are widely available at pharmacies and are usually covered by your health insurance.

COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective in preventing severe infection. Redfern Health Center offers the Moderna vaccine to students. Click here to schedule an appointment. Faculty, staff and students can visit the SCDHEC Vax Locator or Vaccine.gov to locate vaccine options within the local community and throughout South Carolina.

Masks

High-quality masks prevent infection and reduce transmission. They are encouraged in residential and instructional spaces when physical distancing is not possible. Masks will continue to be required at on-campus healthcare settings, to include the COVID-19 testing site, per OSHA standards. 

University Healthcare Services

Call the Clemson COVID-19 Information Line 864-656-3571 to be routed to Redfern Health Center (students) or the Sullivan Center (employees). MUSC Health and Redfern Health Center offer an easy-to-use 24/7 virtual urgent care service for Clemson University and Bridge to Clemson students who are physically present in the state of South Carolina. Clemson Rural Health is a service available at no cost to all State Health Plan members,including Medicare primary members. Graduate students in the Greenville area may take advantage of MUSC and BRIO internal Medicine. 

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, dial 911.