Sept. 14 - To graduate students: Clarification on daily health screening tool

Dear Salve Regina graduate students,

This message is intended to clarify the University’s policy regarding the Salve-Health daily screening tool. As previously communicated to all students, faculty and staff through Salve Regina’s weekly email updates, this daily health screening is mandatory for any student, faculty or staff member planning to be on campus at any point this semester.

If you are a remote learner and have no need to be on campus this semester to use the library, meet with a faculty member or attend a meeting, Mass or study group, then you may opt out of the daily screening poll by emailing your name and cell phone number to with clarification that you are a graduate remote learner and will not be on campus for the semester.

If you opt out of the screening program and find that you need to be on campus for any reason, you must obtain a visitor’s pass from the Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education. To obtain a visitor’s pass, you must email at least 24-48 hours in advance with your reason for being on campus. You will then be sent a visitor screening form to complete.

If you are coming to campus during business hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday), you must return the form to the graduate office in McAuley Hall, Room 001 to obtain your visitor’s pass. Outside of business hours, you must return the form to the Office of Safety and Security in Tobin Hall to obtain your visitor’s pass.