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Waldorf University is committed to Move Forward this fall for a strong 2021-2022 year.  

If you have questions about Covid-19 resources, testing or vaccines, use the buttons above for more information in those areas.

Glossary Terms & Explanations

  • A negative test result

    Someone who receives a negative test result will resume activities once they're symptom free (if applicable) for 24 hours.

  • A positive test result

    Someone who receives a positive test result will isolate for 10 days from the date of the positive result and 24 hours symptom free.

  • Direct Exposure

    Someone who's had direct exposure with a positive case will have to quarantine for 14 days from the last contact date with positive case.

    Direct exposure is defined as being in close contact (< 6 feet) for ≥15 minutes. Individuals who are under quarantine due to direct exposure should not be considered positive COVID cases.

  • Quarantined individuals guidelines

    Anyone waiting for test results or has had direct exposure is considered a quarantine individual.

    Quarantined individuals are expected to maintain no contact with others unless otherwise instructed by staff until their quarantine period has expired. Individuals who are in quarantine may room with others under the same quarantine. Individuals under quarantine may be out of their assigned quarantine location to participate in individual, isolated activities such as a walk, hike, run, picnic in the grass, etc. All activities should be conducted alone or in the company of others they are rooming with until their designated quarantine time has expired.

  • Isolated individuals guidelines

    Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 is considered an isolated individual.

    Individuals in isolation are expected to remain in their assigned "sick room" location using the assigned restroom until it's safe for them to be around others removing the possibility of exposure for others.


Updated: June 30, 2021