Buddy Meal Program

student with a fever

If you begin feeling unwell:

Be responsible by following all regular screening and testing requirements outlined by the Student Health Center.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms, or think you were exposed to COVID-19:

  • Immediately isolate yourself from others and wear a face covering.
  • Contact Student Health Services. Do not go anywhere without first speaking to a healthcare provider by phone or video.
  • Wait to visit a dining hall, cafe, coffee shop, or anywhere else until you have been cleared by your healthcare provider.
  • If you are a residential student requiring quarantine or isolation housing, meals will be delivered to you.
  • If you receive a positive COVID test result while living in university housing, please do not go to a Dining location or other public space; do your best to isolate yourself immediately. Follow this list of instructions provided by the Student Health Center.

How to use the Buddy Meal Program

The “Buddy Meal” Program is designed to provide meals to sick and injured students who are unable to leave their residences for health reasons.

If you are picking up a meal for someone who is sick or injured, you will need:

  • Your student ID card and
  • Your Buddy’s student ID card
  • Your health clearance badge

Please do the following:

  • Follow current customer guidelines and sanitize your hands upon entering the dining hall.
  • Tell the cashier that a Buddy Meal is needed.
  • Sanitize your hands again, after handling ID cards and before handling food.

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