The FLC App is one of many virus mitigation tools you’ll use to prevent the spread of COVID-19—every day, wear your mask in indoor public spaces, keep physical distance from others, practice good hygiene, and use the FLC App.
The FLC App is where you will:
• Apple App Store
• Google Play
Need a smartphone? We have Wi-Fi-only smartphones available for loan, free of charge, if you don’t have your own smartphone to run the app.
The Daily Pre-Screening feature on the FLC App is required daily for in-person engagement on campus.
A green health pass means that:
A green Health Pass allows you to engage in person on campus (attend classes in person, utilize the Student Life Center, Reed Library, San Juan Dining, etc.).
A red health pass means that one of the following is true:
A red health pass means that you cannot engage in in-person activities (class, gym, meetings, etc.). You can still pick up grab-and-go food from the San Juan Dining Hall or other eateries with a red pass.
To turn that red pass to green, read the list below to see what the issue might be for you.
Contact 970-382-6919 or firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
To schedule a COVID-19 test through the FLC App, tap the Student Life/Employee Life icon in the bottom menu. Select the COVID testing button; this will redirect to the FLC Primary Bio registration website.
Fort Lewis College offers free COVID-19 testing for all students and employees. The testing site is located at the FLC Stadium Parking Lot, and it is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon.
Faculty are required to ask their students in the classroom or office to display their My Daily Health Certificate or Green Health Pass. If a student has a Red Health Pass, they will need to resolve it before entering the class or office -- look at the list above for possible solutions. If a student doesn't know why his or her health pass is red, they can call 970-382-6919 or email email@example.com.
The data is being stored on the secure server of our vendor, ReadyEducation. The storage and application meet HIPPA requirements and only the FLC health officials have access to the data. The data may be shared with contact tracing health officials such as San Juan Basin Health.
An individual’s data will only be displayed to the authorized health officials. Individual data may be aggregated and used in reporting and charts to analyze contact tracing and application usage. No individual data will be made public.