Information for Students

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Keeping Safe 

Health & Safety: Report a positive test result. Complete a daily health screening. Learn about our testing, tracing, quarantine, isolation, cleaning and personal safety protocols. 

Pre-Arrival & Arrival Requirements for StudentsAll students planning to study, visit and/or work at any UAlbany campus during the Spring 2021 semester — regardless of whether they plan to live on or off campus — are required to complete these steps.

Pooled Surveillance Testing: Learn how to participate. Get and register your test kit. Find a drop box to submit your saliva sample. 

Pause Procedures: Understand what to expect and what would be expected of you in the event of a Pause. 

On-Campus Quarantine & Isolation: If you live on campus, learn about the quarantine and isolation protocol. 

Student Expectations & Sanctions: Review our campus expectations and the SUNY-wide sanctions for violating safety protocols. 

Workplace Protocols: If you work on campus, learn about the University’s health and safety requirements for the workplace. 



Spring 2021 Academics & Research: View the academic schedule and course delivery options. Learn about health and safety protocols for classrooms and research facilities. 

Academic Resources for Students: Get information on attendance policies, course materials and technology. Access resources for academic advisement, support and integrity. 


Campus Information 

Campus Life: Get information on housing, dining, building access, public transportation, student life and recreation. 

Visitors & Events: Review protocol for hosting visitors or planning events that involve UAlbany community members. Access the Visitors Health Screening.

Report a Problem: Submit a formal complaint against a student, employee or visitor who is not following our health and safety expectations. 


Support for Students 

Wellbeing & Support: Access on-campus resources for mental and physical health. Secure disability accommodations. Get advice on managing social situations. Request emergency support. 

CARES Act Grants: Get information about the student emergency grant component of the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.