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Attention IU students

Do not come to campus if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or believe you’ve been infected. Report your symptoms through the IU Health virtual screening clinic.

Stay safe, healthy, and #IUStrong

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The fall semester is in full swing, with many students soon scheduling winter session and spring semester classes, which means it's time to double down on our efforts to create a safe environment for learning, teaching, and research at Indiana University.

Flu vaccines: This year, getting a flu shot matters more than ever. Flu shots are required for IU students and employees. IU is offering flu vaccine clinics on all campuses where you can get vaccinated at no cost to you.

Mitigation testing: If selected for mitigation testing, it's vital you participate so we can continue to actively manage the pandemic and keep our IU community as safe as possible.

What if...? What if I feel sick? What if I have to quarantine? There are many questions about what could happen as we navigate this pandemic. We've found answers to your common what if questions.

Frequently asked questions

Find answers to questions the IU community is asking about related to learning, teaching and research during the fall 2020 semester.

Changes to the academic calendar for fall and spring

Latest COVID-19 news

Additional resources