Protecting Yourself and Others

If you feel ill, please stay home or in your resident hall room. Do not come to any NSU campus or building. Follow CDC guidelines, take care of yourself, and notify the COVID-19 case manager. To self-report positive COVID-19 results, email the COVID-19 case manager or report via the iShark mobile App.

covidcase@nova.edu Self-Report Forms Voluntarily Report Vaccination Status

Latest University Updates on COVID-19

Following the FDA's regulatory action on March 29, 2022, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its COVID-19 vaccination guidance to give some individuals the option to receive a second booster dose using an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.

These individuals include:

  • People ages 50 years and older who received an initial COVID-19 booster dose (regardless of which vaccine was used) at least 4 months ago;

  • People ages 12 years and older who are moderately or severely immunocompromised who received an initial COVID-19 booster dose (regardless of which vaccine was used) at least 4 months ago; and

  • People ages 18 years and older who received both a primary dose and a booster dose of J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months ago.

The NSU Pharmacy in Davie is offering the Moderna vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccines continue to offer high levels of protection against severe disease, hospitalization, and death—especially for individuals who have received an initial boost. We continue to encourage people ages five years and older who are not yet vaccinated against COVID-19 to get vaccinated as soon as possible and remain up to date on their immunization, including receiving an initial booster dose when eligible.

COVID-19 Numbers

NSU COVID-19 Weekly Reported Cases by Population (week ending 5/22/22)

The Student Experience

What to Expect When On Campus

When you arrive on campus, you’ll notice we made some changes to help keep everyone as safe as possible – including informational posters, more hand-sanitizing stations, and safety plexiglass installations. At NSU, we pride ourselves on our commitment to serving a diverse student population. Grab lunch in the open air or set up a study group via Zoom. However you do your part, let's team up to keep our Sharks swimming in safe waters!

Important Answers to COVID-19 for Students

Stop the Spread

Faculty & Staff Experience

What to Expect as Employees

As we enter a brave new world in education, the success and safety of our faculty and staff are important now more than ever. From innovating online and in the classroom, to preparing our campus facilities with additional health and wellness measures; thanks to your combined efforts, our model of education will continue to be a game changer for students near and far.

As a member of Shark Nation, let's navigate these unchartered waters together by continuing to deliver exemplary education that is recognized worldwide.

Explore Faculty & Staff COVID-19 Resources

Important Answers to COVID-19 for Faculty & Staff

University Resources and Tips for Managing COVID-19

iShark Mobile

COVID-19 Information at your fingertips! Take a Symptoms Quiz & Self Report.

NSU Clinics

NSU’s health clinics are implementing measures to ensure patient safety. Our clinics are transitioning to a telehealth platform in addition to office visits.

Symptoms & Self Isolation

The symptoms of coronavirus are similar to those associated with other respiratory viruses, including the flu. 

Prevention Tips

Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

Travel Advisory

Students and Employees are urged to consider travel carefully and to visit the CDC website for guidance.

Coping With Stress

Student and Employee Counseling

Frequently Asked Questions

Get Your COVID-19 Questions Answered

How You Can Help

To help students in need, NSU has created the COVID-19 Student Support Fund. All emergency funds will go directly to the students during this crisis.

Donate to the Student Support Fund