Campus Resources

If you experience fever, cough or difficulty breathing following contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient, or if you have traveled from a country with a travel advisory within 14 days of the onset of illness, you should self-quarantine for at least 14 days.

Before seeking medical attention, contact Health Services at 617-521-1020 during office hours or Public Safety at 617-521-1112 to reach a provider on-call for further instructions.

Massachusetts Resources


All individuals sixteen or older – including students – who live, work or study in Massachusetts are eligible to receive a COVID vaccine. We encourage everyone to get their vaccine as soon as possible. Individuals can pre-register for an appointment at one of the Commonwealth's mass vaccination sites, or they can access and schedule an appointment through or


Testing for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is widely available in Massachusetts. Find a testing site near you.

Additional Resources

For the latest updates and most current information about this evolving public health situation, visit:

Further updates and information can be found by calling the Boston Mayor's Office's Health Hotline: 617-534-5050 or toll-free: 1-800-847-0710. Or visit the Boston Public Health Commission website.

Student Health Center

Center for Global Education

Public Safety (non-emergencies)

Public Safety (emergencies)

Campus Preparedness Committee