Note: Daily health checks were required for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters but are no longer in use at this time. The latest information can be found at App State's Guide To Campus Operations. This page is archived.
In accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services public health guidance, App State requires students, faculty and staff to administer a daily health check each day before leaving your residence hall or coming to campus, as applicable.
This centralized tool includes a short, easy questionnaire and is accessible on any device — phones, laptops, tablets or desktop computers.
How it works
You will be taken to a screen with a simple questionnaire about how you are feeling physically today based on the latest list of COVID-19-related symptoms provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Questions in the daily health checker may be updated as CDC guidance on COVID-19 changes.
Depending on your response, you will receive:
- A date-stamped “passport” that you are cleared for campus access until midnight for the day the Health Check is completed, OR
- Instructions to stay home and information on seeking medical care.
You can submit your COVID-19 Health Check once daily and can resubmit after midnight.
What should I do with my passport?
You may be asked to show your passport to your supervisor, faculty of a class you are enrolled in, or designated university staff upon entering a workspace, classroom or campus facility.
Your passport can be shown as needed via a smartphone or tablet or printed to carry with you.
Once you have completed the daily health check questionnaire, you can return to the COVID-19 Daily Health Check website until midnight each day to access your passport or “stay home” notice.
What happens to my data?
The data are de-identified and aggregated, and stored securely in Banner. Access is limited, and authorized by Environmental Health, Safety, and Emergency Management. The aggregate information may be used by the university to identify trends of self-reported symptoms among the campus community to help with risk mitigation efforts.
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