Thanks to low COVID case rates on campus, instead of going to 100% remote classes after spring break, some in-person classes will offer an in-person option. If you already have plans in place that will prevent you from coming back to in-person classes, classes will also be available online. It’s up to you.
Your specific class information will be shared by your individual faculty members during class by March 12.
If you live on campus you will be required to test for COVID April 19-23. Even if you didn’t leave campus during spring break or were selected for testing prior to spring break, you still must test during the week of April 19-23. (In certain cases you may be granted a temporary exemption from testing. To find out more about exemptions and see if you qualify, visit the testing exemptions webpage.)
If you don’t live on campus, you won’t be required to be tested for COVID after spring break. However, testing at our Boise State COVID Testing Center remains available and is encouraged for any campus community member who has concerns about symptoms or possible exposure.
Residence halls will be fully staffed and campus services will be fully available. For more reasons to stay on campus, visit the student life events calendar.
Dr. Tony Roark
Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Boise State University