COVID-19 testing and Isolation Policy Updates

There is no COVID testing or vaccination requirement to live on campus. Due to the broad availability of COVID vaccines and personal protective items such as face coverings, Florida State University has adopted a position like other State University System institutions to no longer offer COVID isolation spaces for students who test positive. Effective Summer 2022, students who test positive for COVID are permitted to isolate in their residence hall room regardless of whether they have a roommate. Students are always welcome to isolate off-campus if they choose; however, they are not required to do so. Students should contact University Health Services for information about medical services available on campus, including COVID testing and vaccines.