Although we have relaxed our COVID protocols, we urge you to stay up-to-date on your boosters, stay home if you feel sick or think you have been exposed, and self-report if you test positive.
To help prevent the transmission of COVID via aerosols, CU Denver will provide KN95 masks — one of the most effective tools available.
Students coming to campus may pick up a box of two self-tests and a KN95 mask at Lynx Central in Student Commons. Students living in residential housing may contact their front desk to request a box of two self-tests and a KN95
Each Dean’s office has received masks and tests and will be in touch with its own employees when and where those are available.
All other employees can pick up their mask and box of two tests at Lynx Central in Student Commons. Leaders of offices in Lawrence Street Center, 1380 Lawrence St., may contact Ali Medina to request tests and masks for their units.
Beginning Monday, March 7, CU Denver will make face coverings optional for our community while indoors on campus. While ending our mask mandate represents a relaxation of our COVID protocols, we urge you to continue the practices that put us in position to make this decision: staying up-to-date on your boosters, getting tested when you don’t feel well or think you may have been exposed, staying home when you’re sick, and self-reporting if you test positive.