Additional Coronavirus Information

Additional Coronavirus Information


Travel Advisory

EOU recommends against unnecessary travel, whether international or within the United States. You may be required to self-isolate or be quarantined upon your return to campus.

If you must travel, below are reliable travel advisories and restrictions published by various U.S. agencies. 

U.S. Department of State Travel Advisories

CDC COVID-19 Information for Travel 

Oregon Health Authority COVID-19 updates

Social Distancing

Social distancing is the direct effort of decreasing the spread of infection and includes reducing interactions between people, such as limiting proximity to others, decreasing attendance at events and limiting non-essential travel. 

Learn more about social distancing (PDF)


COVID-19 Guidance from The Oregon Health Authority

Guidance from the Oregon Health Authority.



Preventing Communicable Diseases

Follow these basic guidelines for the prevention of communicable diseases.

COVID-19 appears to be spread from person to person. It can take up to two weeks to develop symptoms, which include fever with a cough and/or shortness of breath. During the cold and flu season, and especially now, it is critically important to take precautions against any communicable diseases.

Emergency Notification System

EOU will continue to provide updates as this situation develops. In the event of an emergency, you will receive information from the EOU Alert Emergency Notification System

Make sure your emergency contact information is up-to-date by visiting eou.edu/emergency. Click on the “Contact Information Update” button, then log in and complete the form. 

Please visit EOU’s communications protocols page for instructions on how to communicate cancellations, closures and other Coronavirus-related subjects.


Students need your help during the COVID-19 crisis

Collage of EOU Students

Right now, Mountaineers need your help. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of them are struggling to stay in school. If you are able, please consider a gift to the Student Crisis Fund to help at-risk students in our university family.

Support Students In Crisis


Frequently Asked Questions

The university is continually updating the FAQs as new guidance and information is shared from the CDC and local, state, and federal health authorities.

All FAQs