Coronavirus Updates and Important Information

Fort Lewis College is actively monitoring the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Colorado and taking proactive measures to ensure the health and well-being of each member of our community in accordance with the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

  • To access campus, students and employees must show a Green Health Pass on the FLC App when arriving at classes or when using other campus services.
  • Masks are no longer required in classrooms and other indoor spaces.
    • For a variety of reasons, you may see many members of our community still wearing masks. As we have done throughout the pandemic, please be respectful and understanding of your peers and colleagues.
    • KN95 masks are still readily available at the Student Union Info Desk. 

Required COVID-19 vaccine

To ensure safe campus interactions, a COVID-19 vaccine and booster will be required for all FLC students, faculty, and staff for the Spring 2022 semester.‚Äč

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Required COVID-19 testing

Unvaccinated individuals are required to test weekly for COVID-19 until they are fully vaccinated or if they have an exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine requirement.


Free COVID-19 Testing at FLC

Fort Lewis College offers free COVID-19 testing for all students and employees. The testing site is located at the FLC Stadium Parking Lot. Testing appointments are made through the FLC App or Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment; be sure to choose FLC Stadium Parking Lot as your testing location.

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COVID-19 Testing Data

As faculty, staff, and students learn and work in person on campus, we have hired a third-party vendor to conduct COVID-19 tests for our community.

WEEKLY SNAPSHOT Active positives Tests processed
Jan. 23-29, 2022 33 332
Jan. 30-Feb. 5, 2022 25 315
Feb. 6-12, 2022 9 267
Feb. 13-19, 2022 5 199
Feb. 20-26, 2022 10 195
Feb. 27-Mar. 5, 2022 5 199
Mar. 6-12, 2022 2 189
Mar. 13-19, 2022 2 146
Mar. 20-26, 2022 1 24
Mar. 27-Apr. 2, 2022 2 163
Apr. 3-9, 2022 2 142
Apr. 10-16, 2022 2 179
Apr. 17-23, 2022 3 184

 

SEMESTER TOTALS Spring 2022 Fall 2021
Tests administered 3,047 9,531
Total positives 204 175

For more information about coronavirus in our community, please visit the San Juan Basin Public Health website


Take care of yourself and your fellow Skyhawks

In order to stop the spread of COVID-19 on campus and in surrounding communities, we each need to adhere to our pillars of virus mitigation while we are both on and off campus. 

  • Get a COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Get tested if you are symptomatic or think you’ve been exposed.
  • Practice six feet of physical distancing between yourself and others.
  • Stay home when you are sick and avoid nonessential travel.
  • Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and water. In the absence of soap and water, use hand-sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

COVID-19 symptoms may be flu-like, ranging from mild to serious, and include fever, cough, and difficulty breathing. Individuals with these symptoms and potential exposure to coronavirus are advised to stay home except to get medical care. Call the campus Health Center at 970-247-7355 for guidance.

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Contact us

Still have questions? Call or email us:

covid19-info@fortlewis.edu
970-382-6919

Contact the testing site

970-852-5175


Nondiscrimination

At FLC, the health and safety of the campus community are the responsibility of everyone. It is important to seek facts, not fear regarding COVID-19; help communicate accurate information and show your care for each other. While students are required to upload their vaccination card or their exemption form to the Health Center, that information is not shared with faculty, staff, or other students. This is to protect the student's health information and discourage discrimination.
 
Our community members are expected to treat each other with respect, regardless of health or vaccination status. Not any one racial or ethnic population is susceptible to illness or is prone to spreading illness.

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