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What You Need to Know

The University will rely upon the same COVID-19 protocols in the spring semester as it did in the fall. Now is not the time to let your guard down: it will be months before there will be a large enough vaccine supply to serve the general public. You should continue to wear a mask, and practice physical distancing of six feet when in public, on campus and off.

Fordham Forward Bullet After an in-person pause of two weeks, we are able to resume normal operations on the Rose Hill campus as the University’s two-week average of COVID-19 infections is below the state threshold of 5 percent for pausing operations. 

Fordham Forward Bullet In addition to wearing masks correctly and observing social distancing, avoid being in crowded indoor spaces for longer than 10 minutes, masked or not.

Fordham Forward Bullet Track the number of COVID-19 positive cases on Fordham's COVID-19 Dashboard

Fordham Forward Bullet Fordham has been approved to provide the vaccine by the NYC Department of Health to eligible Fordham community members, but we have no vaccines on hand. We will inform the University community when that changes. 

Fordham Forward Bullet Learn about the testing and quarantine requirements for the spring semester.

Fordham Forward Bullet You are required to show Public Safety personnel your daily VitalCheck screening clearance at all campus and building entry points.

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Download COVID ALERT NY

Fordham strongly recommends that all members of the University community add the COVID Alert NY contact tracing app to their smartphones.

COVID Alert NY is a voluntary, anonymous, exposure-notification smartphone app. You will get an alert if you were in close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19. The app keeps personal information confidential and does not track your movements.

Fordham Forward

Fordham University's comprehensive plan, Fordham Forward, outlines how the majority of operations at the University will be altered to reduce transmission of the virus and minimize the likelihood of an outbreak. Learn more about how we are working to successfully restart our operations on our New York campuses.