Let's take care of each other, Sun Devils

Advancing the well-being of the ASU community is a full team effort. ASU’s Community of Care recognizes that our actions impact the lives and health of others.

As you are undoubtedly aware, the COVID-19 omicron variant is spreading rapidly throughout the country and the world.

That’s why we have reinstated the daily health check requirement at ASU. The daily health check is an essential tool that allows you to do a quick self-check each morning.

If you are not feeling well, don’t come to campus.

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Submit your daily health check

In an effort to keep our Sun Devil community healthy, we require students and employees to participate in daily health checks through the ASU Mobile App or healthcheck.asu.edu.

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Set it so you don’t forget it

Remembering to submit your daily health check might be easier if you set a reminder. ASU can prompt you with a push notification or email – all you have to do is set it up and tell us what modality you prefer. We’ll take it from there.

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Have questions?
We’ve got answers

We understand that submitting a daily health check is a new process for everyone, and we also appreciate that you might have questions. Check our FAQs regularly for common questions from fellow Sun Devils.

Resources

Health Tools

Students seeking confidential, personal counseling can connect with a mental health counselor 24/7 through ASU Counseling Services.

Employees in need of mental or behavioral health services can connect with the Employee Assistance Office to obtain proper support.

Testing will continue to be available at no charge to all students, faculty, staff and their family members through Devils’ Drop-off.

Telehealth services allow Sun Devils to connect virtually with an ASU Health Services healthcare provider. Make an appointment if you are feeling symptomatic, if you need counseling or to attend follow-up appointments.

Students can schedule telehealth appointments by logging in to My Health Portal.

Employees seeking a telehealth appointment affiliated with their insurance carrier should visit the Find a Provider tab through the Employee Assistance office.

​Signs and symptoms of COVID-19 can include:

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle aches
  • Headache
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Nasal congestion or rhinorrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Skin rashes

Please visit the CDC website for more information about COVID-19 signs and symptoms.

COVID-19 Response Info

Exposure Management can help ASU understand if you have crossed paths with someone (while on campus only) that has been diagnosed with COVID-19. By giving your consent, you permit ASU to send you a discreet notification alerting you of any potential exposure.

Students should contact ASU Health Services at 480-965-3349 for more information and assistance.

Employees should contact their supervisor, who will work with the Employee Wellness Exposure Management team to provide information and assistance.

Students and employees are required to participate in the daily health check. They may do so via the ASU Mobile App, or by visiting healthcheck.asu.edu.

For ASU’s latest information related to the Coronavirus and Spring 2022, please visit coronavirus.asu.edu.

The CDC generally recommends cloth face coverings as a standard mitigation measure for COVID-19. Both surgical masks and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health-approved N95 masks are recommended for anyone in healthcare settings.

When the pandemic began, N95s were limited and prioritized for health care workers but now are more widely commercially available. If any university employee would like additional respiratory protection due to personal circumstances, ASU will provide one N95 to you at no charge through ASU Employee Health. N95s also are available for purchase on campus in personal protective equipment vending machines or at Sun Devil Bookstores.

Please email ASU Employee Health for additional N95 details.

If you are not required to use an N95 or other respirator for your job and would like to request an N95 to be worn please follow these steps:

  1. Review Appendix D of the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard.
  2. Watch this short video by the BYD Company on how to wear an N95.
  3. Visit ASU Employee Health to pick up your N95 for voluntary use. You will be asked to attest that you have reviewed these documents.

Community Wellness

The ASU Live Well community is dedicated to supporting student health and wellbeing. Emphasizing the importance of a healthy mind, body and spirit, this hub of resources provides students with direct access to ASU wellness offerings such as ASU Health Services, ASU Counseling and Sun Devil Fitness.

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Ensuring Sun Devils continue to have access to resources that promote health and wellbeing, even virtually, is top of mind for Sun Devil Fitness. Set up a virtual consultation with a trainer to develop a workout program that helps meet your physical fitness goals, connect with a nutritionist to discuss a healthy diet, or work with one of our wellness coaches or health educators to better understand how to reach your personal wellness and health goals. Sun Devil Fitness also offers a range of virtual workouts and wellness classes to take at your leisure.

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The Devils 4 Devils Community Circle is a peer-led, peer-based, online platform for students to support and connect with each other while taking online classes and practicing social distancing. Through Zoom, students will meet to describe their experiences with digital learning and remote relationships, learn how other students are responding to these changes and receive understanding, helpful information and suggestions.

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