Seeking a COVID vaccine?  Find a vaccine location using this link:


Actions if you have symptoms of COVID-19:


If you feel sick with symptoms consistent with COVID:


  • Test with either a self/at home COVID test or seek testing from a testing site
  • Wear a  well fitted mask and avoid contact with others.
  • Stay home if you’re ill and isolate yourself except for seeking medical care.
  • Avoid further travel until the illness resolves.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a face mask/covering.
  • Wash hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. If unavailable, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Maintain social distancing of >6 feet, for less than 10 minutes.


If you have symptoms or questions, please call the Health & Wellness Center (914-395-2350) and request to speak with a Medical provider when the Health Center is open. Other Telehealth options and nurse hotline numbers may be found on the back of your health insurance card.


What to do if:

You test positive: Regardless of vaccination status, you isolate for at least 5 days. Call the Health & Wellness Center Monday- Friday 9a.m. to 5 p.m. or after hours call Westlands Desk (914-395-2209).  Residential students who test positive will isolate in place (current dorm assignment). The College will not relocate residential students who test positive or roommates of students who test positive.  Students have the option of finding alternate living arrangements on or off campus at their own expense.  Residential students who are isolating in place will not be allowed to leave their residences except for bathroom use and to pick up pre-ordered meals. N95 or KN95 mask must be work when around others.


What to do if:

You are exposed to someone who tests positive: Regardless of vaccination status, you wear a well fitting mask for 10 days when around others and test if symptomatic or on day 5. 


Commuter students will make their own isolation arrangements and complete and comply with CDC and Department of Health guidelines. 


All students should be prepared with the following supplies: N95 or KN95 masks, thermometer, cough drops, Advil, Tylenol, Cold tablets, salt for gargling, water bottles, electrolyte drinks, light snacks, disinfectant wipes and at least a week supply of any prescribed medication. 



Please see the Sarah Lawrence College COVID-19 Information and Updates page for more information on the Colleges response.


Additional resources providing updated information on COVID-19:

Center for Disease Control- COVID-19 information:

CDC Travel Information

World Health Organization- COVID-19 information

Westchester County Health Department- COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Commuter Student Testing Dates/Times