According to The World Health Organization and an immunologist who has studied coronaviruses at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, the virus droplets can live on surfaces like glass and hard plastics for up to 96 hours.
Utah State University is committed to providing news and resources for students, faculty and staff throughout the evolving COVID-19 crisis.
Recent Updates as of April 1, 2020
Pass/Fail Change Deadline Extended
The deadline to change from a letter grade to pass/fail was extended to May 19, 2020, to provide students more time to determine how changes to remote learning will impact them.
USU Extension Resources for the Community
Utah State University Extension provides research-backed information to help individuals, families, policy makers, and educators carefully navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
Salt Lake Center Closes and Goes Remote
In light of the public health order in Salt Lake County, and in an abundance of caution, the Salt Lake Center in Taylorsville will move to Level 1 under the USU Infectious Disease Plan.
USU Updates On COVID-19
Read all the latest updates and timeline on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting Utah State University on Utah State Today.
of university staff, faculty or students (based on self reporting) regardless of their location in the state. Some students who report infections may also have left campus and are staying at permanent homes.
Individuals who have been exposed to someone with a confirmed COVID-19 case, including individuals who live in the same household, must quarantine at home for 14 days. Those who have tested positive, are awaiting results of a test, or have been exposed and develop symptoms, must isolate at home for 14 days.
Submit this questionnaire if you have been asked to quarantine, self-isolate, or have had a COVID-19 test, even if you are still awaiting results. This information will remain private and will help us provide accommodations and identify areas of campus that must receive additional cleaning and disinfection.
Though we rely on our community members to provide this information voluntarily, it is essential in helping us prevent the spread of COVID-19 on our campuses. We appreciate your cooperation.