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COVID-19 Resources

Reporting COVID-19 cases or exposure 

If you learn of a confirmed case or exposure to COVID-19:

  • Report about yourself here
  • Report about someone else here   
Faculty, staff and students can also report a case or exposure to COVID-19 by calling 773-325-3300 between 8 am to 8 pm, seven days a week.

The privacy and anonymity of faculty, staff and students who test positive for COVID-19 and those who may be part of a contact tracing investigation will always be maintained. To learn more about DePaul's COVID-19 reporting process, please visit Newsline​

The Chicago Department of Public Health has advised that travelers returning from any country with a travel alert Level 3 (China, Iran, Italy and South Korea) should stay home and monitor their health for up to 14 days. If you are traveling or returned from any travel alert Level 3 country on or after Feb. 28, please contact the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness at hpw@depaul.edu or 773-325-7129 as soon as possible. 

If you begin to experience symptoms including fever, cough and difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider. It also may be helpful to reference the Chicago Department of Public Health's Testing for COVID-19 flowchart for guidance on whether you should seek testing, consult with a doctor or self-quarantine.

Students may call DePaul’s Health Services (AMITA Sage Medical Group at 773-549-7757) for medical advice. Questions also may be directed to hpw@depaul.edu

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DePaul resources

Building Hours: View a list of building hours for both the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses.

Office of Health Promotion and Wellness: Travelers who returned from countries with Level 3 travel alerts (China, Iran, Italy and South Korea) on or after Feb. 28 should contact the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness at hpw@depaul.edu or 773-325-7129 as soon as possible for self-quarantine guidance.

Study Abroad: DePaul University Study Abroad monitors the continuing global COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) situation and posts updates. Its staff are working diligently to assess each individual study abroad program, so that we may proceed in the best interest of our students, with their safety as our top priority.

Teaching Commons Remote Teaching Options: This collection of DePaul resources can assist faculty who are developing back-up plans for teaching classes if the campus were to close for unforeseen reasons.

Instructions for Remote Work: Information Services developed this site to provide detailed guidance on a wide variety of online tools that assist remote work. This includes instructions for accessing email, voicemail and files as well as hosting online meeting, conference calls and classes. Updates to the site are made continually.

Public health and local resources

Mental health resources

People who are already managing existing medical conditions should prioritize self-care during difficult times and should contact their clinicians if they have any questions or concerns. University counselors are still available for support, crisis management, community referrals and consultation. To be contacted by a counselor, leave a message with University Counseling Services at 773-325-7779.

In case of a life-threatening emergency please call Public Safety 773-325-7777, 911 or the Advocate Illinois Masonic Behavioral Health Services Crisis Line at 773-296-5380.   

Student health resources

If students need to utilize AMITA Sage Medical Group, please call the clinic ahead of time at (773) 549-7757 to be screened and scheduled appropriately.