MSMU Health Screen
All students, faculty, staff and visitors are required to complete the MSMU Health Screen daily before arriving at any MSMU campus, entering an MSMU shuttle or leaving their on-campus residence. The MSMU Health Screen can be accessed in English and Spanish using the link below.
We have established this community updates page for students, parents, alums, and visitors to our campuses. On this page, you will be able to access current plans and updates on the status of the campus as well as resources related to COVID-19 from local and federal experts. The health of our entire community remains a priority.
Recent updates include:
- Vaccination and Booster - In addition to submitting proof of full vaccination, all faculty, staff and students must provide proof that they have received a COVID-19 vaccination booster by January 24 (or shortly after eligibility if not eligible by January 24), unless you have a medical or religious exemption. Upload your vaccination information via myMSMU. You may upload your vaccination information. Upload your vaccination information on myMSMU.
- Employee Masking - Per the LA County Health Officer Order, all faculty, staff, and student employees may request medical grade, surgical masks, or higher level PPE (e.g., N95 or KN95 respirator). To request a surgical mask for Faculty & Staff submit this form for Student Employee Supervisors submit this form. Student employee supervisors will distribute masks to their student employees.
- Mask Mandate Update - As of March 21, Mount Saint Mary’s University will no longer require masks indoors, except in limited spaces, in alignment with the most recent updates for colleges and universities in the region from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health*. Members of our community who are not vaccinated, and have an exemption, are still required to follow exemption requirements under our vaccination policy, including wearing masks indoors and weekly testing.
*Indoor masks are still required in specific settings where public health mandates require their continued use. The following areas must continue wearing masks indoors: Student Health Services, Counseling and Psychological Services, and the Child Development Center.
- Isolation and Quarantine - Our isolation and quarantine requirements have been updated according to the latest LA County Department of Public Health and Cal/OSHA standards. Visit the updated FAQs for more information. Click here to access a quick reference guide for isolation and quarantine.