These resources provide more information on the coronavirus.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- CDC Cases in the U.S.
- CDC Travel Information
- Florida Department of Health (DOH)
- World Health Organization (WHO)
Stetson University has established specific policy guidance based on many factors, including local and national COVID-19 trends, CDC recommendations, and vaccine availability, to safeguard our community members. The Safer Campus Task Force and university leadership continue to review and revise our health and safety protocols to ensure a balanced approach that maximizes individual liberty, while effectively protecting our campus family. Learn more at Safer Stetson's COVID-19 Policies webpage.
COVID-19 Tracking Dashboard (formerly Test Results)
The health and wellbeing of our students, staff and faculty is of paramount importance. Stetson will keep the community informed of positive cases of COVID-19 and current vaccination rates on its campuses throughout the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters to ensure transparency, raise awareness of health risks and improve decision-making. See the latest information.
What does Stetson do if someone is sick?
Stetson University has a detailed Health Response Protocol to respond to anyone in our community who shows signs of COVID-19. Stetson put an Infectious Disease Protocol in place in fall of 2019. We follow guidance from the Florida Department of Health (DOH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and American College Health Association (ACHA). Learn more.
COVID-19 Student Isolation Guides
Stetson is supporting students in isolation in a variety of ways. As we have determined, once a student has learned their need to isolate, the process for what that will look like comes with many questions. Below you will find two guides tailored to support resident and commuter experiences. These guides are intended to be resources, providing information that supports you from the start of your isolation period through your clearance to your regular activities. Please know that our staff is here to provide continual support along the way.
COVID-19 Testing Options
On-Campus and Off-Campus Testing
Stetson University highly encourages community members to undergo regular COVID-19 testing to control the spread of COVID-19 and safeguard the health of students, faculty and staff. Early identification of the virus allows Stetson to take swift action to support and isolate individuals and notify any contacts of potential exposure. To get tested or to learn more, visit the COVID-19 Testing page.
COVID-19 Gateway Testing
Registration is now open for Stetson University's required Fall 2021 Gateway Campus Arrival process. All community members, including undergraduate and graduate students, residential and commuters, students taking classes face-to-face or hybrid, and staff and faculty members must participate. For specific instructions and links for scheduling your Gateway process appointment, specific information is available on the COVID-19 Testing page, Gateway Testing page and DeLand FAQ page.
- Safer Stetson Awards
- Stetson Health Service
- Stetson Student Counseling Services
- CARES Act funding for students
- CARES Act Report
- Community Exposure
- Coronavirus Questions (Form)
- COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment
- DeLand FAQs
- Fall 2021 Planning
- Gateway Testing
- Groups and Gatherings
- Off-Campus Educational Programs
- Report a COVID-19 Concern (Form)
- School of Music Tier 1 Policies and Procedures
- Stetson Community Pledge
- Student Employment
- Students: More Info for Your Health and Safety
- Tiers (0-3) and Tier 4/70% Vaccination Rate
- Working Remote
Tracking Cases of COVID-19
- Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard
- Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Dashboard
- CNN 411-Coronavirus Resource (searchable by zip code)