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For Faculty and Staff

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For Faculty & Staff
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DePaul is thankful for our employees’ commitment, flexibility and compassion in keeping our community strong.

The return of additional DePaul employees to campus will be guided by the same principles of safety, flexibility and nimbleness that are being applied to welcoming students.

Employees should also take proper precautions to safeguard their health. This includes staying home when sick and following DePaul’s health and safety guidelines.

Updated April 11, 2022

Browse or search more than 100 of the most frequently asked questions about the university's COVID-19 policies and processes, including guidance for faculty on health and safety compliance in classes and pandemic-related policies.

Frequently Asked Questions

Faculty and staff are required to be fully vaccinated and boosted for COVID-19. Everyone in the community was required to provide proof of a booster. Learn more about the requirement.

COVID-19 Vaccine

Notify DePaul if you or someone else in the university community has tested positive for COVID-19.

COVID-19 Reporting Protocol

Learn what you should do if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or were exposed to someone who tested positive.

Health Monitoring

Learn about DePaul’s on-campus recommendations and protocols, including requirements for vaccinations and mask-wearing guidance indoors.

Health and Safety Practices

DePaul's dashboard represents new COVID-19 cases reported to the university of students, faculty or staff who were diagnosed with COVID-19 and who were on campus while they were potentially infectious.

COVID-19 Dashboard

See how DePaul prepared campus with investments in improved indoor air quality, widely available masks and hand sanitizer, and a cleaning regimen for high-touch surfaces.

Public Health Measures