Thank you for adapting to these challenges, and for your dedication to safeguarding our University community while continuing to advance our educational mission.
Before Returning To Campus
In order to return to campus, each member of our community is required to attend an online COVID-19 training program and acknowledge via an online attestation form that they will comply with the University’s COVID-19 health requirements.
Training, Acknowledgement and Attestation Regarding COVID-19
Anyone returning to campus (students, faculty, other academic appointees, postdoctoral researchers, and staff) will be required to complete one of the following online training courses in advance:
- Students:Campus and Student Life – COVID-19 General Safety Training (cvd-03W)
- Employees and Non-lab Based Researchers: COVID-19 General Safety Training (cvd-02W)
- Lab Based Researchers:COVID-19 Controlled Resumption of Research Activities (cvd-01W)
The training is accessible via the EHSA safety management system. In order to access EHSA you must have an active Cnet ID (the prefix of your UChicago email).
If you are unfamiliar with EHSA, please see the resources listed below for tips and tricks.
EHSA Online Training User Guide (pdf) (video)
All members of the University community, whether they will be on campus or not, are required to complete the online attestation form for the Spring Quarter, which acknowledges they have completed the University’s COVID-19 Safety Training and will comply with the University’s COVID-19 health requirements.
If you are coming to the University for Summer Quarter and it’s your first time on campus this academic year, or have not previously completed the attestation form, you must complete it by June 17. The form asks you to acknowledge that you have completed the University’s COVID-19 Safety Training and will comply with the University’s COVID-19 health requirements. People who completed the form for Spring Quarter do not need to sign a separate attestation for Summer Quarter. New COVID-19 attestations are being developed for the next academic year for students and separately for faculty, other academic appointees, postdoctoral researchers, and staff. The attestations will reflect this updated guidance and will only be required once for the academic year. More details to follow soon regarding the attestations. .
For reference we have also posted the pdf of the attestation for students, and the attestation for all others. Both versions affirm that the signer will comply with safety precautions, including:
- Health and Wellness
- Testing, Contact Tracing, Quarantine, and Isolation
- Accessing University Facilities
- Travel and Guests
- Ongoing Commitment, Inherent Risk and Non-Compliance