Atlanta University Center Consortium institutions are committed to fostering a safe and engaging educational and living environment as the nation continues to address the COVID-19 pandemic.

FALL 2022 Return to Campus Protocols for Students

COVID-19 Student Onboarding: Expectations, Testing and Monitoring, Isolation & Quarantine, & Contact Tracing 

Learn about AUCC health and safety protocols including:

  • COVID-19 testing (pre-arrival testing, day of arrival testing, and frequent surveillance testing)
  • Isolation and quarantine processes
  • Contact tracing

FALL 2022 Return to Campus Protocols for Employees

Learn about AUCC COVID-19 protocols for employees including:

  • Pre-Arrival Testing Requirement
  • Pre-Arrival Vaccine and Booster Requirement
  • Pre-Arrival Self-Monitoring
  • COVID-19 Testing Frequency
  • Isolation/Quarantine Procedures
  • COVID-19 Campus Alert System

AUCC Covid-19 Dashboard

Student Safe Start Training

A special guide to help students understand how to stay healthy and protect the safety of others.

Take the training to understand:

The Responsibility Pledge

Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to take a pledge to do their part to keep themselves and the AUC community healthy and safe.

Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, And Spelman College Provide Guidance To Students And Families For Limited Spring In-person Instruction And Campus Residency

To allow students and their families the necessary time to prepare for the 2021 spring semester, the presidents of Clark Atlanta University (CAU), Morehouse College, and Spelman College today shared preliminary plans to begin spring courses on February 1, 2021.

December 2020 Note To Students

We have made some important changes to protect the health and safety of the AUC students, faculty and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what to expect.

COVID-19 Resources

AUCC COVID 19 Protocols and Student Information

Find COVID-19 mitigation information, tools, training and guidelines to keep the AUC community healthy and safe during the pandemic.


U.S. Department of Education Strategies

Strategies for Safe Operation and Addressing the Impact of COVID-19 on Higher Education Students, Faculty, and Staff
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