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Attention IU students

Do not come to campus if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or believe you’ve been infected. Use the IU Health self checker to review symptoms and determine next steps.

Stay safe, healthy, and #IUStrong

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With spring classes soon to be underway, we look forward to welcoming students, faculty, and staff back to campus in February for learning, teaching, and research.

Return to campus/spring semester: This spring will look much like the fall in terms of safety guidelines. Refresh your memory on health and safety guidance. Check out the schedule for spring semester.

Flu vaccines: Getting a flu shot matters more than ever and the shot is required for IU students and employees.

COVID-19 vaccines: With health care workers, students administering the vaccine, and those over age 70 being the first in the IU community to receive the vaccine, it’s not too early for everyone to find out more about this critical step in preventing the spread.

Voluntary asymptomatic testing: Students, faculty and staff at some IU campuses can schedule a voluntary COVID-19 test. These free, optional saliva-based tests will be offered during the intersession (Nov. 30 - Feb. 7).

Ask Aaron webinars: Find information on upcoming and past webinars with Dr. Aaron Carroll, one of the leaders of IU's COVID-19 response team.

Frequently asked questions

Find answers to questions the IU community is asking about related to learning, teaching and research during the fall 2020 semester.

Changes to the academic calendar for fall and spring

Latest COVID-19 news

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