With the spring semester underway, Colorado State University wants to ensure that every student and faculty member feels safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Pandemic Preparedness Team at the school is organizing mandatory screenings for students and staff, and everything will be free of charge. The screenings, according to Source, will begin Monday, January 18.

Screens will be weekly and as previously mentioned, mandatory for those living in University housing, greek life, those in face-to-face lab courses, anyone regularly on the campus, and anyone teaching a face-to-face class on-campus.

There are students and groups exempt from the mandatory testing: to see if you're exempt, read more about the testing right here. 

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