The information outlined on this page explains the process for students and for employees needing to report symptoms, test results, exposure or vaccination records. In addition, you will find information regarding what to expect when calling 804-MYCOVID to connect with a representative from University Student Health Services or Employee Health.
Students must report the following to VCU Student Health Services by calling 1-804-MYCOVID or 1-804-692-6843:
Student Health Services will provide additional instructions regarding testing, isolation and/or quarantine. Symptoms will be monitored and the student should refer to a medical provider if symptoms worsen.
Vaccine reporting confirmation is available in the University Student Health Services portal. If you continue to receive email reminders to complete your daily health check, check the status of your vaccination record in your Student Health portal.
Employees who develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19, test positive for COVID-19, or have been informed they need to isolate or quarantine, must contact the VCU COVID-19 call center at 1-804-MYCOVID or 1-804-692-6843 to be connected with Employee Health Services.
Employee Health will provide additional instructions regarding testing, isolation and/or quarantine. Symptoms will be monitored and the employee should refer to a medical provider if symptoms worsen.
Vaccine reporting confirmation is available on the status page in the MyVCU portal. Click the arrow by your eID in the upper right and select VCU Profile. Your vaccine status will be noted here. If you continue to receive email reminders to complete your daily health check, check the status of your vaccination record in your myVCU portal. Your status code will indicate if your vaccination record is incomplete.
When you call VCU’s COVID-19 call center, interviewers will ask for name, date of birth, address, race and ethnicity. They will also ask about symptoms and any recent known exposure to COVID-19, and may request an email address to provide additional resources. You will not be asked for your Social Security Number, immigration status or financial information. Information collected during interviews is used only by public health agencies.
If you are symptomatic or have tested positive you will be asked to identify close contacts and locations on campus where you have spent time in the recent past.
The call center will refer you to either Student Health Services or Employee Health Services for guidance on testing and isolation/quarantine.
Student Health Services and Employee Health Services report positive cases to the Virginia Department of Health. VCU and VDH work together to contact those who may have been exposed to the positive case. Student Health and Employee Health also immediately notify: