Travel guidance

All University-related international travel is prohibited. University-related domestic travel must receive prior approval by a supervising dean or vice president.

As domestic and international travel continues to be cautioned by the CDC and Florida’s Department of Health, particularly during the current surge, the University is updating its travel advisories and policies. The University strongly discourages overnight travel outside of Florida (by any means of transportation) or air travel within the state of Florida during the current surge of the pandemic. All members of the community are required to adhere to these requirements prior to entering and when working on any University campus or facility.

Clinical faculty and staff

All travel, both international and domestic, by any employee who operates in or supports clinical care requires supervisor approval to ensure appropriate staffing levels should situations warrant. Review the employee screening/return to work from travel policy for clinical faculty and staff.

Faculty and staff

As a matter of public health and well-being, the COVID-19 Return to Onsite Work policy reflects expectations for effective and appropriate workplace standards related to COVID-19 for anyone working on campus.

Review the employee screening/return to work from travel policy.

Students

It is important to have a plan to travel safely and to take steps to protect yourself and others. The CDC’s COVID-19 Travel website has important information to help you make a plan and provides tips for different types of travel.

Make a detailed plan for traveling to and arriving at your destination. Check and abide by all local and federal guidelines regarding travel to your destination.

Testing Prior to Spring 2021 Semester:
All students will be required to test negative for COVID-19 before attending any in-person programs or classes on any campus. Testing will occur upon a student’s arrival to campus and students are asked to limit their activities until results are received. Click here for more information.