Monitoring Campus

Community Care and Screening

The success of Marywood's plan to gather together the community on campus depends on creating a deep culture of care for every member of the community. We must be diligent—every hour of every day, and in each personal decision we make, to safeguard our own health and the health of others.

Students, faculty, and staff should not report to campus, clinical sites, internships, athletic practice/competitions, or University-sponsored events if they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or if they have had a known or suspected exposure to someone with COVID-19. Instead, please isolate, seek medical consultation, and follow provider recommendations prior to coming to campus. 

Students, faculty, and staff must agree to complete daily verification checks to monitor symptoms. This will include a daily temperature reading and verification that they are not experiencing any new or unexplained COVID-19 symptoms not attributed to allergies, asthma, or other pre-existing noninfectious medical conditions. These symptoms may include fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea.

All students are expected to complete the COVID-19 Symptom Screening located within the Resources tab of the Marywood App (available for free on the App Store and Google Play - search "Marywood University") BEFORE coming to campus or leaving their dorm room each day.

Based on your answers to this screening you will receive one of two campus passes. A green pass would indicate that you are cleared to come to campus and a red pass would indicate that you should not come to campus and should instead seek medical consultation with Student Health Services by appointment only or with your health-care provider. Faculty have the option of requiring the “campus pass” prior to a student engaging in face-to-face engagement activities. This information will be denoted in the course syllabi.

The screening tool is located under the Resources tab within the app. The way the screening appears now will differ slightly than it will at the start of the semester, because it will be updated at the end of July. Currently, when you complete the screening you will receive an email to your Marywood account with your "pass". The update will allow instant results which will display your pass within the app.

See below for pass examples:

covid campus temperature red or green

Sample Notifications