COVID-19 Dashboard

Presidential Task Force


Help us keep our USI campus safe.

USI employees and students are asked to self-monitor and check daily for symptoms of COVID-19.

Anyone testing positive for COVID-19 should fill out the self-reporting form, remain off campus and contact their primary care physician for evaluation. Read current CDC guidelines.

Self Report Options: 

(Including Student Workers)


Vaccination Recommendation

The University of Southern Indiana currently strongly encourages, but is not mandating, all members of our community, employees and students, be vaccinated against COVID-19. We will continue to monitor and evaluate local, state and federal safety guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The FDA-approved Pfizer vaccine is available at the University Health Center.

Face Coverings and Physical Distancing

At this time, USI is not requiring face coverings or physical distancing with the exception of return to campus after testing positive for COVID-19. Read CDC guidance on exposure and prevention.

University Health Center

Call the UHC at 812-465-1250 for testing or vaccination appointments.

COVID-19 Testing on Campus

On-campus COVID-19 testing is available for USI students and employees at the University Health Center). Testing is available for USI students and employees by appointment only. 

Call the University Health Center (UHC) at 812-465-1250 to schedule an appointment to be tested for COVID-19.

COVID-19 Vaccinations on Campus

The University Health Center (UHC) is hosting a series of USI Vaccination Clinics in the Health Center to provide the FDA-approved Pfizer vaccine for USI students and employees. 

Appointments can be made by calling the UHC at 812-465-1250.

What to do if you tested positive for COVID-19

  • Complete the Self-Report Form linked at the top of this page.

  • Students notify the Dean of Students office at 812-464-1862

  • Employees notify Human Resources at 812-464-1990 or email

    Students and employees are encouraged to continue monitoring their symptoms every day before reporting to work. If a student or employee experiences symptoms of COVID-19 (without a separate diagnosed cause, e.g., asthma, allergies, etc.), the student/employee is strongly encouraged to seek medical care. If it is determined that the student or employee has COVID-19, they should not come to campus and should submit a Self-Report Form and follow CDC isolation protocols. Read current CDC guidelines.

What happens after you submit a Self-Report form

Upon the completion of the self report form, you will receive an automated email notification outlining how long you must isolate and remain off campus. Notifications regarding your isolation and return date will be sent to faculty for students and supervisors for employees. 

Per CDC guidelines, infected persons should isolate promptly and remain in isolation for at least 5 days. You are to remain off campus for 5 days. Students and employees may return to campus on day 6, only when they are without a fever for at least 24 hours, without the use of medication and all other symptoms have improved.  Employees should wear a mask or respirator around others at home, at work and in public through Day 10. Please note, the day of the positive test or symptoms is Day 0 and that the count for 5 days isolation begins the day after positive test/symptom onset.