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CDC Community Levels
This week’s CDC Community Level is Medium (YELLOW) for all campuses.

Masks are recommended indoors (but not required), except for the health sciences campus, where masks are still required.
Other recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention include: 

  • Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines
  • Vaccines remain the best defense against serious illness, hospitalization and death related to COVID-19
  • Get tested if you have symptoms
  • Additional precautions may be needed for people at high risk for severe illness

The CDC Community Level(s) is updated each Thursday by 8 p.m., when the CDC updates its maps and data. (Last updated 9/29/22.)

Are you experiencing symptoms? Or have you been diagnosed with COVID-19 or exposed to someone who has?
Check out our FAQs for information about what you should do. For more information or questions, please e-mail covid19@marshall.edu.
COVID-19 Dashboard
Review the latest Marshall University COVID-19 testing and vaccination data. View Dashboard
Vaccination Information
Walk-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics are available for all Marshall students and employees from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday in the Memorial Student Center, as long as supplies last. No appointment is necessary and there is no charge.

Lost vaccination card? The Cabell-Huntington Health Department can assist anyone who received a COVID-19 vaccine at one of their community clinics, including Marshall University. Call 304-523-6483. You can also visit the West Virginia DHHR Replacement Card website.

On-campus students and employees should keep the online Vaccination Registry updated with their most-recent records.

Online Vaccination Registry
Testing Information

Free testing on the Huntington campus is available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday in the Memorial Student Center, as long as supplies last. Walk-ups are welcome.

Report Third-Party or Home Test Results
Return-to-Campus Plan
The health and safety of everyone – students, faculty, staff and visitors – remain Marshall University’s highest priority. Please review the Return-to-Campus Plan (updated August 2022).
COVID-19 Data Monitoring for Decision Making
University leaders monitor a number of key metrics. Any decision to implement contingencies will not be based on one factor but on a combination of metrics providing insight into the health and safety of the campus community.
Quarantine and Isolation Calculator
The CDC’s tool to help determine how long you need to isolate, quarantine or take other steps to prevent spreading COVID-19. View CDC Calculator

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Campus COVID-19 Signage

Download ready-made signs and customizable templates for you to print and post as needed.