This page serves as a location for information regarding illnesses (strep throat, flu, COVID-19, mpox, etc.) as they pertain to living in campus housing at the University of Arizona.
The License Agreement is binding at the time you agree(d) to its terms. From a financial perspective, however, only the provisions related to Housing Application Fees, Rent Down Payments and late cancellation fees (if any) are effective before you arrive on campus and move into your dorm. Under the terms of the License Agreement, if you cancel your housing application/assignment before you move in, or you don’t move in (you are a “no-show”), you will not be responsible for academic year rent charges beyond those application-related fees. If semester rent charges have already been posted to your account, they will be reversed at the time your cancellation/no-show is processed.
The Housing office does not have access to students’ medical records. Consequently, we cannot make room assignments nor re-assignments based on students' vaccination status. To learn what immunizations are required on campus, please visit: health.arizona.edu/immunization-services
If you think someone might be ill, please encourage them to seek care at Campus Health immediately. Please remember to be respectful, thoughtful, and considerate. There will be no temporary relocation of residents due to suspected illness.
Please call Campus Health's After Hours number at (520) 570-7898 and speak with a medical provider.
If a resident has an illness, they will isolate in their assigned housing. University Housing will not be providing separate isolation spaces for residents. You are permitted to isolate off-campus however, the University will not reimburse costs for relocating while isolating.