Detailed information about the current health and safety policies in France can be found on the French government’s website, where all rules and regulations are explained. Please continue to check back regularly for updates regarding restrictions and guidelines.
We recommend that all students planning to travel to France contact their travel provider/airline for confirmation of flight and travel to France. We also advise students to contact their local French consulate for updated travel guidance.
We strongly urge you to continue to follow all health and safety measures that have been put in place. If you experience any symptoms related to COVID-19 or that look like possible manifestations of the virus, you should remain at home and inform your instructors and Student Success.
We continue to monitor new developments related to the pandemic and will keep you updated on important changes to our policies and procedures.
Please find below several key points of information for students during this time.
Access to Campus
Masks are no longer required in France including on campus. Though optional on campus, we strongly recommend that you wear a face mask (surgical or FFP2) in classrooms. We also encourage you to wear a face mask especially during travel and on public transportation.
We want to reassure you that we are taking all necessary measures to protect the health of our community:
In the event of an outbreak or cluster of cases identified on campus, increased COVID-19 testing may be required of community members.. In that scenario, affected members of the university community will receive detailed testing instructions.
Travel to and from France
Rules for entering and leaving France depend on the traveler's country of origin or destination, reason for travel, and vaccination status. Please refer to the French government's FAQs for foreign nationals to find detailed information.
Please consult the 2022-2023 academic calendar to keep track of important dates and deadlines.
For more information
or if you have questions, please contact the unit coordinator:
COVID-19 Monitoring Symptoms
Any individual displaying symptoms related to COVID-19 or that look like possible manifestations of the virus should remain at home. If you start to display symptoms while you are on campus, please return home as soon as possible and notify Student Success. If you have symptoms or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive, you should immediately take a COVID-19 test (PCR, rapid antigen, self-test).
Students who test positive should inform Student Success; faculty and staff who test positive should inform Loren Ringer.