Campus Life & Activities
In consideration for all of our community members, students are accountable for upholding the JU Code of Conduct. The code states students should contribute to the development and sustenance of a community characterized by respect, caring and honesty. This expectation calls for behavior which demonstrates the five principles of student conduct: respect for oneself, respect for others, respect for property, respect for authority, and honesty.
- Space has been set aside on campus for quarantine and isolation.
- The COVID guest policy has been lifted for our residential communities.
- Any student who needs medical housing accommodations may apply for those through the Medical Housing Accommodations process.
- Residential students had the opportunity to purchase single-occupancy rooms. A handful of these rooms are still available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- Matriculation has been cancelled this year.
- Tailgating will not be permitted until Homecoming & Family Weekend.
- Domestic travel for personal reasons is not subject to any testing or quarantine restrictions.
- International travel for personal reasons is subject to testing and quarantine restrictions based on your vaccination status according to the CDC’s guidelines.
- Domestic travel for business purposes must be approved by a senior vice president. There are currently no testing or quarantine restrictions for domestic travel.
- International travel for business purposes must be approved by a senior vice president. Testing and/or quarantine may be required prior to return to campus depending on your vaccination status as advised by the CDC.
- International students returning to or arriving on campus from outside of the United
States should get tested 3-5 days prior to their arrival. This test must be a PCR
test, which can be performed at the Student Health Center for $80. Testing is required regardless of vaccination status.
- Positive results must be reported immediately. Negative test results do not need to be reported.
- While waiting for a test to be administered or while waiting for test results, students should: report to their residential housing assignment, wear a face mask at all times when around others, take food “to go” only when dining on campus, and socially distance from others as much as possible until test results return.
- After being tested, and for one week after returning to the United States, students should continue to monitor their health for symptom development.