Elon University has resumed on-campus classes for fall 2020 by creating a culture of responsibility and resilience. The health and safety of our community is our paramount priority as we adapt to the COVID-19 threat. The Elon Honor Code calls each of us to make a solemn, personal commitment to act every day to protect our own health and the health of others.

If You Test Positive from a Radeas, LabCorp & Outside Test

Begin isolation immediately and limit your exposure to others. Your positive COVID-19 results will be provided to the university and the Alamance County Health Department within the next 24 hours. These are the experts who can provide guidance in this situation; others will not be able to provide this level of guidance. Staff from Student Care and Outreach and the health department will contact you with instructions. For more information on what to do or if you feel ill, please follow the directions outlined here.

Latest News & Updates

What you need to know

Healthy Habits

Follow these guidelines and precautions at all times and complete the health screening app daily to prevent the spread of the virus.

Face Covering Policy

When you need to wear a face covering, what the alternatives to masks are and how we all are empowered to hold each other accountable.

If You Become Ill

What to do if you report COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to the virus based on protocols established by Elon University and health officials.

COVID-19 Dashboard

Your hub for updates about the number of cases on campus and Elon’s data-driven alert model that guides our COVID-19 response.

Questions? Contact Us.

Video Resources

Be Ready & Resilient

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Maintain Physical Distancing!

(a minimum of 6 feet)

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Wear Your Mask Properly

when you cannot maintain distancing.

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your hands regularly! At least 20 seconds.

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Stay home

when you or someone in your household are sick.

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and disinfect surfaces regulary.

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Cough or sneeze

into a tissue, sleeve or elbow, not your hands.