COVID-19 Resources


Iowa State University COVID-19 Information:COVID-19

Iowa State University has created a site that is continually updated as the COVID-19 pandemic presses on. Access the Campus COVID Updates page to learn more about the University's response, find other useful links and stay informed! For ISU campus specific data, please access the ISU COVID-19 Public Health Data Update site and for information on the state of Iowa please access the Iowa Coronavirus Information site. 

This pandemic has been tough on everyone, so be sure to take care of yourself and check in on your friends and co-workers whenever possible. Remember it is okay to not be okay, and we encourage our students, staff & faculty to take advantage of campus resources, ISU WellBeing and to Keep Community. Stay Informed. Be Well. - Mental Health & Wellness

ATRB Workspace Guidelines:

To ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff, please review the Advanced Teaching and Research Building's (ATRB) workspace guidelines (PDF) to learn more about our building specific guidelines. Please access ATRB room availabilty (PDF) for more information on rooms in ATRB where it is safe to consume food. 

If you conduct research on any of the ISU Research and Demonstration Farms please look at their specific guidelines, as well. 

Testing for students, staff & faculty:

Testing is available through Thielen Student Health Center (TSHC) for any student, faculty, or staff member who is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, as indicated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), or has been in contact with someone who has a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19. Students, faculty, and staff should call Thielen Student Health Center at 515-294-5801 to schedule a test. For those who do not meet the testing guidelines for TSHC, other testing options are available through Test Iowa

If you do not feel well, please stay home. If you receive positive test results, please complete the COVID Reporting Form: (If you are positive for COVID)

Other Resources:

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) - COVID-19

Caring for the sick - CDC Resource