Ensign College COVID-19 Information
FALL SEMESTER 2022 POLICY SUMMARY
Fall semester will operate like traditional terms and semesters. This decision is subject to change.
The college continues to encourage primary vaccinations and boosters. There is no general requirement for on-campus students and employees to report their vaccination status. However, providing proof of vaccine may be required in some scenarios.
An individual may choose to wear a mask in any setting. Masks are optional in classrooms and other indoor spaces on campus.
For the latest information on local COVID-19 community levels, please visit the CDC's COVID Data Tracker .
We express our heartfelt gratitude to the campus community as we have battled this endemic together for well over two years. We acknowledge the difficulty inherent in responding to the changing guidance related to COVID-19 and appreciate your continued support.
Utah.gov Testing Locations
CDC Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines
Salt Lake City and Salt Lake County Mask Mandate (effective through February 7, 2022)
Where You Need to Wear a Mask
30-day Mask Order
First Presidency Statement on Vaccines and Masks
First Presidency Message
Ensign College Expectations for Those Who Are Sick
Students and employees feeling unwell should follow these general guidelines:
- ALL: Get tested if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
- ALL: Do not come to campus if you have a positive COVID-19 diagnosis; follow CDC quarantine guidelines.
- STUDENTS: Notify your instructor if have received a positive COVID-19 diagnosis.
- INSTRUCTORS: Work with students to provide reasonable accommodations for completing work if they are sick.
- MANAGERS: Work to find reasonable solutions for employees who show symptoms or test positive for COVID-19. Remote work must be approved by the vice president overseeing each unit.
This information will help us to reduce the spread of the disease in our campus community by ensuring appropriate areas of campus are cleaned and disinfected. The Salt Lake County Health Department will continue to perform contact tracing for confirmed cases within the county.