We are watching the continued evolution of the virus that causes COVID-19 and the new variant, BA.5. It is reported that this is the most easily spread strain so far, and that the best ways to protect yourself from infection are to get vaccinated and boosted and to continue good hygiene by washing your hands frequently and thoroughly.
In consultation with our public health experts, we have determined we will continue to not require masks campuswide. Faculty members may request that others wear masks in their individual classes. At the same time, though masks aren’t required on campus, individuals should feel free to continue wearing a mask based on their individual circumstances.
Consistent with ND Department of Health, we will continue to ask people who are infected or close contacts who are unvaccinated to avoid campus during their five-day isolation period. Free testing kits can be picked up at the NDSU Bookstore, Library or Student Health Service.
Cass County data is available in the North Dakota Department of Health data.
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Student Health Service options for students
Vaccines Available by Appointment
Moderna vaccinations are available on Mondays and Pfizer vaccinations are available on Tuesdays by appointment only. Please call (701) 231-7331 to schedule.
See the North Dakota Department of Health Vaccine Locator for other locations that offer the COVID vaccine.
- At home tests kits are available at Student Health Service.
- Scheduled appointment testing (both rapid and PCR testing) is available Monday through Friday during regular business hours for both symptomatic and asymptomatic students.
- PCR testing is NOT available after 2:30 p.m. on Fridays due to transportation restrictions with the ND Department of Health. Rapid testing will be available all day.