COVID-19 Services

Cornell's COVID-19 website

  • Refer to Cornell’s COVID-19 website as the main source for campus-wide updates and information. 
  • Contact the university's COVID-19 Support Center for questions related to the Daily Check, surveillance & supplemental testing, and university policies.  

Cornell Health provides consultation, diagnostic testing, and care for students who have symptoms of or test positive for COVID-19. We also provide COVID vaccination for students (limited availability only). 

Refer to Cornell’s COVID-19 website as the main source for campus-wide updates and information. 

Experiencing symptoms? Concerned about exposure?

COVID symptoms

Students who experience symptoms of COVID-19 can call Cornell Health for consultation: 607-255-5155 (24/7). A medical provider will help assess your symptoms and advise you on next steps, which may include diagnostic COVID-19 testing at Cornell Health.

COVID exposure (no symptoms)

If you have had close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, but you do not have any symptoms, please follow the Tompkins County Health Department's guidelines for masking and quarantine, and schedule a supplemental COVID test on day 5 after your exposure.

COVID-19 testing & care

Cornell Health provides diagnostic testing for students with symptoms of COVID-19, and care for students who test positive for COVID-19.

Please visit our COVID-19 Testing & Care page for details.

(Please note: Cornell Health does NOT oversee the university's surveillance testing and supplemental testing programs.)

COVID-19 vaccination

Cornell Health provides COVID-19 vaccination and boosters for students (limited availability only). 

Please refer to our COVID-19 Vaccination page for information about Cornell's COVID-19 vaccination and booster requirement, and how to get vaccinated on or off campus.