The health and safety of our campus communities continue to be a top priority here at KCU. The university's Health and Safety Committee leads the efforts in mitigating risks associated with COVID-19, and provides this website as a consolidated resource for information about the university's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Anyone who wants to wear a mask in addition to the events listed above should feel encouraged to do so.
- We will continue to track the number of positive cases on campus and impact in our surrounding communities and use that information to adjust policies as necessary.
- Get tested if you have symptoms.
- If you test positive to COVID-19 or suspect that you may have COVID-19 and are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test, please observe the latest Quarantine and Isolation guidelines from the CDC.
- Please complete the KCU COVID Intake Form if you test positive.
- You can find Community-Based Testing Sites in your area using the link here. Please be mindful that individuals will be at varying degrees of comfort.
Vaccinations and Boosters
- Now is the time to get your COVID booster if you are eligible to do so.
- If it has been more than 5 months since you completed your two-dose primary series of Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, please consider getting a booster.
- COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and free. Get answers to frequently asked questions and bust myths about vaccines.
- The best way of preventing disruptions to your academic journey due to complications of a COVID-19 infection is to get and remain up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters.