New York Tech Returns
At New York Tech, the safety and well-being of our students and university community remain our chief concerns. In all of our plans, we will remain flexible and respond accordingly to updated recommendations at the federal, state, and local levels.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination and health screens are no longer required to access campus.SEE OUR CAMPUS ACCESS POLICIES
The summer semester begins on May 24. Courses are being offered in person as well as online, blended, and hybrid remote. Please check your class schedule for the instruction mode of each class.
The location of the course (building/room #) will tell you if the class is being taught in person or virtually. Classes being taught virtually have a building/room location of "Zoom."
Health, Safety, and Wellbeing
Self-Care/Personal Safety Practices
For the safety of all, students, faculty, and staff are required to abide by personal safety practices known to prevent the spread of COVID-19. These include:
- Washing your hands frequently with soap and water.
- Using alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
- Maintaining social distancing whenever possible.
New York Tech strongly encourages all faculty, staff, and students to remain up to date with COVID-19 vaccines.VACCINATION INFORMATION
Cleaning and Disinfection
New York Tech's LEAD plan supports all required health protocols for building layouts, equipment, scheduling, and disinfection strategies. We continue to use this plan to keep our campuses safe, clean, and ready for everyone to enjoy.FIND OUT MORE
Feeling Sick or Exposed to COVID-19?
- If you are feeling sick, please stay home or, if on campus, return home.
- If you test positive for COVID-19 or have direct exposure to someone who is positive, you must notify New York Tech.
- If you test positive:
- And are symptomatic: You may return to campus after at least five days of isolation from the onset of symptoms.
- And remain asymptomatic: You may return to campus after five days of isolation from the date of your first positive test OR with a doctor's note giving permission to return to work or class.
- The daily Health Screen has been updated to reflect the CDC's 5-day quarantine for those who've contracted or been exposed to COVID.