Smeal Coronavirus Info

Information for COVID-19

Share Your Vaccination Status

After receiving their final dose, students, faculty and staff are strongly encouraged to share their vaccination status with the University to help inform University operations and COVID-19 management plans. Learn more.

Testing for Students

On campuses that have more than 25 students living in residence halls, students living on campus who are not fully vaccinated will be required to complete a COVID-19 test weekly starting after summer session begins and continuing through the summer. Unless they have been vaccinated, regular use of voluntary testing is strongly encouraged for any student living near any Penn State campus in May and throughout the summer.

Learn more about Penn State's summer testing plans and available testing options on the Testing and Support page.

Updates for the Penn State Smeal College of Business Community

  • For the latest information from Penn State on the global coronavirus outbreak, and what the university is doing to respond, please visit the Penn State Coronavirus Webpage.
  • For the latest information about the presence of coronavirus in Pennsylvania, visit the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
  • To learn more about Zoom security, see this letter from Penn State Acting Chief Information Security Officer Richard Sparrow.

Learning from Home

Find the information you'll need to have a successful summer 2021 semester.

Testing Support

Learn how and where to get tested; how and where to quarantine and isolate; and more about contact tracing at Penn State.

COVID-19 Dashboard

Learn more about available virus testing options at University Park and all other Penn State locations.

Health Guidelines

Review requirements for masking and distancing, and learn how to reduce the virus' spread.

Penn State News

Stay updated on Penn State news.

Information for Smeal Students

Read student updates to stay updated on Smeal news.

Information for Faculty and Staff

Read faculty and staff updates.

Other Resources