Personal Risk Assessment
For Faculty, Staff, and Students
* As of June 2021, the use of the personal risk assessment and daily symptom tracker has been suspended due to improving health conditions. Additionally, the campus is lightly populated in summer. Students and employees do not need to complete the daily health tracker at this time. Symptom tracking may resume should conditions warrant for the campus or vulnerable populations on campus.
All members of the Misericordia University community share in the responsibility to keep one another safe as we try to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community. One of the most effective ways we have of preserving our well-being is by monitoring our individual health daily before we come in contact, even socially distant, with others. All students, faculty, and staff should use our new MU Daily Symptom Tracker through Medicat, every day before you come to work or class. You should also use it on the weekends or days you are not scheduled to come to campus as a way of monitoring your health. By completing a few simple questions each day, we can be reminded about some of the risk elements that would be indicators to stay home or in our residence rooms.
Detailed instructions on how to use the MU Daily Symptom Tracker have been provided below by the COUGARCARE team.
Please remember the three W's: 1. always wear a mask when you are not alone in a private space. 2. Wash your hands often, and 3. watch your physical distancing from others, both on campus and off. If we limit our risk and maximize the many preventative steps we take, our campus can be successful in containing the spread of COVID-19.
MU Daily Symptom Tracker
All students and employees are expected to fill out the MU Daily Symptom Tracker each day before coming to campus. All those who attend campus should have received a green check and approval from the symptom tracker.
If you are symptomatic or have received a stay in place email from the symptom tracker, please stay in place and wait for instructions from the Health Center or Cougar Care Team.
Everyone is strongly encouraged to use the MU Daily Symptom Tracker everyday beginning immediately.
Campus Access Procedures for Vendors and Approved Visitors
We take pride in maintaining a safe and healthy campus community, and we ask all vendors and other approved visitors to join us in this effort. It is everyone’s job to help protect the community against COVID-19. Misericordia University reminds everyone in the Misericordia community to continue following the protocols listed below:
- Wear face coverings/masks at all time when on campus
- Social distance whenever possible, whether inside or outside
- Wash your hands/use hand sanitizing stations throughout campus
All vendors and approved visitors must complete this Approved Vendors & Visitors Form before visiting campus. Contact the COUGARCARE team at 570-674-8000 for information.