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To support the health and safety of our community, 果酱视频. Scholastica recommends all students, faculty and staff follow CDC guidelines (updated April 2023) for everyone ages 6 and older to receive an updated (bivalent) COVID-19 vaccine booster regardless of whether they previously completed their (monovalent) COVID-19 vaccine primary series. Program specific vaccine requirements may apply. All St. Scholastica students, faculty and staff who test positive for COVID will isolate in place. Additional information regarding testing, exposure, symptoms, isolation and masking are provided below.

COVID-19 Exposure

What do I do if I tested positive for COVID-19, was exposed or have symptoms?

  • If you test positive for COVID-19, regardless of vaccination:
    • Stay home and isolate from others for five days
    • If you are fever-free for 24 hours without the use of medication and your symptoms are improving or you never had symptoms, you may end isolation after day 5
    • Continue to wear a mask around others for 5 additional days
  • If you were exposed to someone with COVID-19:
    • Wear a mask around others for 10 days
    • Test on day 5 if possible
    • If you develop symptoms get a test and stay home
  • If you are experiencing :
    • Please monitor your health daily
    • Regardless of vaccination status, if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms connect with your primary healthcare provider or Student Health Service and stay home until your test results are known
    • Then, regardless of your test results, please stay home as long as severe symptoms such as fever and body aches persist

Student COVID-19 Isolation Protocol and Resources

I tested positive

  • Your first date of symptoms is day 0 and isolation is 5 days. You may end isolation on day 6 if you are fever free for the past 24 hours without taking medication to suppress fever.
  • If you feel you need medical evaluation, please call Student Health Service at 218-723-6282.
  • Antiviral treatments are available for those who are at high risk for severe complications from COVID. Please contact Student Health Service or provider of choice to discuss.
  • Isolate at home if possible
    • Students who test positive for COVID-19 are encouraged to isolate off-campus, however, we understand this is not always an option
    • To exit isolation and return to campus, students should have improved symptoms and be fever-free for 24 hours without taking medication to suppress the fever
    • Please wear a high-quality mask (medical quality or KN95) for 10 days after the onset of symptoms
  • Isolate in place
    • If you are isolating in your campus living space, we want you to understand the resources and expectations
    • Roommate
      • If your roommate is well, take precautions by:
        • Masking with high-quality masks when in the room together
        • Ventilating the room to increase air circulation
        • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects daily
        • Arrange sleeping space so that there is as much space between one another as possible
        • Do not invite any guests into your room until after the isolation period has ended
    • Meals
      • If you have a meal plan, please email Bruce Cvancara (bcvancara@css.edu) to set up to-go meals. You will need to share how many days you need meals. (For example, you are in isolation for five days, so you will need five days of lunch and dinner.)
      • Pick-up for meals is in the GDR. You MUST be masked when leaving your room to pick up meals until you return to your on-campus living space
      • You鈥檒l need to swipe your Saints Card as usual before receiving your meal
    • Masking
      • You are expected to wear a well-fitting mask (like a medical mask or KN95 mask) except when you are showering, bathing, brushing teeth, shaving or sleeping
      • Wear a mask whenever you are outside of your room to pick up meals or seeking medical attention
    • Class Attendance
      • Do NOT attend class in person. Inform your professors via email to make plans to navigate academic work while you are in isolation
  • Symptom Management
    • Manage your symptoms the way you would a typical illness
      • Do not take any medication to which you have a known allergy
      • Types of self-care medications:
        • Acetaminophen (Tylenol) or Ibuprofen (Advil/Motrin) per package instructions for management of fever, headache, sore throat, aches and pains, unless you are allergic
        • Honey and lemon for cough
        • Over-the-counter medications like Robitussin can help with coughing
        • Over-the-counter decongestants like Sudafed for nasal congestion
        • Be cautious mixing medications as some have multiple ingredients
  • If you feel you need medical evaluation, please call Student Health Service at 218-723-6282.
    • If Student Health Service is closed, please seek care at any of the following places:
      • Essentia Health Nurse Care Line 24/7
        • 1-800-714-4646
      • Essentia Health Urgent Care
        • 218-786-8490
        • 400 E 3rd Street, Duluth, MN 55805
      • Essentia Health Emergency Room
        • 218-786-4000
        • 407 E 3rd Street, Duluth, MN 55805
      • St. Luke鈥檚 Hospital
        • 218-249-5555
        • 915 E 1st Street, Duluth, MN 55805
      • Mount Royal Medical Clinic (St. Luke鈥檚)
        • 218-249-8800
        • 1400 Woodland Ave. Duluth, MN 55803
  • Equipment and Treatment
    • Contact Student Health Service at 218-723-6282 if you are in need of high-quality masks, thermometers or other equipment to monitor and care for symptoms.
My roommate tested positive
  • If you are a roommate of a student who has tested positive for COVID-19 and you have a condition that puts you at high risk for severe illness, please contact Student Health Service at 218-723-6282.
  • Monitor symptoms and testing
    • Test often using a self-test kit. The best time to test is 5 days after your initial exposure, but with continued exposure, you will want to be sure to test again 5 days after your roommate is no longer infectious.
  • If you are sharing a space:
    • Take precautions by:
      • Minimize the time spent in your room
      • Masking with high-quality masks when in the room together
      • Ventilating the room to increase air circulation
      • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects daily
      • Arrange sleeping space so that there is as much space between one another as possible
      • Do not invite any guests into your room until after the isolation period has ended
Counseling Service

Isolation can be very difficult for some. Counseling Services offers virtual appointments for CSS students. Contact counseling@css.edu or 218-723-6085 to schedule a virtual appointment.

COVID-19 Testing Resources

  • COVID-19 testing is available for students on the Duluth main campus through Student Health Service
  • Self-test or at-home tests
  • Individuals can receive up to 8 free test kits a month until supplies are exhausted
  • to see if the expiration date has been extended.

COVID-19 Vaccination Resources

Community Updates

果酱视频. Scholastica will continue to monitor the ever changing COVID-19 landscape and will update our response as necessary.

果酱视频. Scholastica

Main Campus

1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811
United States

800-447-5444