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IU Bloomington

In light of the continued community spread of COVID-19 across the U.S. and around the world, Indiana University has adjusted its academic calendar for 2020-2021. This page contains information and links specific to students, faculty and staff at IU Bloomington.

Arrival testing for Spring 2021

As students return to Bloomington, they will begin being tested for COVID-19 on a regular basis. Please use the directions below to learn how to schedule and participate in testing.

Tested positive for COVID-19 recently?

Anyone who has tested positive in the last 11 to 90 days of their arrival to Bloomington will NOT need to take an arrival test.

If you tested positive within the last 90 days outside of IU or IU Health, please submit your results through the COVID-19 self-report form.

Living in on-campus housing (residence hall, Biddle Hotel, The Avenue)

Living in a Greek or Student Organization House

Living off campus

Arrival testing FAQ

Bloomington off-campus quarantine and isolation guide

Learn about how IU Bloomington will support students in off-campus quarantine or isolation.

See the guide

Bloomington on-campus quarantine and isolation resources

Learn about how IU Bloomington will support students in on-campus quarantine or isolation.

View the resources

COVID-19 in communal living environments

Positive cases of COVID-19 among IU Bloomington students in communal living, such as Greek houses, continue to rise at an alarming rate. This is making it difficult to contain the spread of COVID-19 within these living environments and for houses to safely quarantine or isolate students.

View the data

Restart committee reports and information

Both university-wide and campus-specific restart committees have provided recommendations for the upcoming academic year.

Learn about the committees and reports