Quarantine Protocol Change for Tuck Residence Halls
Please note that Dartmouth has updated the quarantine rules for students who live in Tuck residence halls. Those who travel over the December break must quarantine for 10 days upon returning to campus, even if you traveled only within the New England region. Please see further details below.
FIRST 10 DAYS IN THE AREA: PREVENTION AND BASELINE TESTING
- All students living in Tuck residence halls on campus must quarantine in their residence for 10 days upon arrival to campus, regardless of whether or not they have traveled outside of New England.
- All graduate and professional school students living in off-campus residences, including Sachem Village, South Street, and North Park apartments and arriving from outside New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, must quarantine in their residence for 10 days after arrival and follow the COVID-19 travel and quarantine requirements for their state of residence in the Upper Valley.
- For students living both on and off campus, the 10-day quarantine period can be shortened by taking a molecular (PCR-based) test on or after day seven as long as they continue to be symptom free and their test result is negative. They may not end their quarantine in fewer than 10 days unless they have received a negative test result.
Dartmouth graduate student quarantine and testing details can be found via this link: https://covid.dartmouth.edu/coming-to-campus#grad-and-pro
Best wishes for a restful holiday season,
Vincent Mack, MBA Program Office
Dartmouth has formed a high-level task force to plan for and manage possible disruptions related to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, monitor federal and state recommendations, implement guidance, and communicate with our community.
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