Does Dartmouth have COVID-19 precautions in place for on campus events?
To ensure that all alumni visitors may safely attend activities and events on campus, we are observing the following protocols for all events and activities, in accordance with Dartmouth’s current guidelines which are included on this page.
Are masks required?
Masks are required to be worn indoors at all times, regardless of vaccination or recent testing status. Masks must always remain on throughout the indoor location and for the full duration of the event. Visitors may remove their face covering when outdoors or actively eating/drinking.
Are vaccines required?
Those attending events or activities must:
- Be fully vaccinated (14 days after their final dose in a COVID-19 vaccine series that received full approval or emergency use authorization by the FDA or those that received or are undergoing assessment for emergency use listing by the World Health Organization.) Or;
- Have a negative result of a COVID test given within 72 hours prior to the start of the event. Acceptable tests are a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) or RT-PCR viral tests. Rapid antigen or antibody tests are not accepted.
What proof do I need of vaccination status or negative test results?
Each visitor must be prepared to present proof that they comply with these health screening requirements. Acceptable proof includes paper or digital images of a CDC Vaccination Card or negative COVID-19 NAAT or PCR viral test taken within 72 hours of the event start time.
Please keep a face covering with you at all times. If you are feeling unwell or have concerns for your health and safety, or are not able to meet these health guidelines, please contact us to discuss your options. We hope these guidelines help you and your guests as you prepare to visit campus.