The following resource guide provides additional information about quarantine and isolation protocols and outlines a range of resources available to help you feel connected and supported. The need to quarantine or isolate may be stressful, but we are here to help you every step of the way.
Isolation (Confirmed Positive Test for COVID-19):
Quarantine (close contact of a COVID-19 positive):
Returning to Class
If you need a "return to class/work slip after your quarantine or isolation period ends, please notify Student Health Services during any wellness check or test result consultation. Student Health Services can provide that to you to send to your faculty or supervisor.
Students with a meal plan
If you have a meal plan (not flex only), meal delivery is available to you, regardless of whether you live on or off campus.
Students without a meal plan
If you do not have a meal plan and need assistance acquiring food at this time, please submit a work order via School Dude. Please note: If you have not previously completed a work order, you will need to register. If you have completed a work order in the past, skip to “Completing a Work Order.”
If you live on campus and need laundry, trash or mail services, please submit a work order via School Dude. Please note: If you have not previously completed a work order, you will need to register. If you have completed a work order in the past, skip to “Completing a Work Order.”
If you need a book delivered or papers printed, email email@example.com and indicate what you need and/or that you need to have document(s) printed from your copy allocation. They will notify the delivery staff when your order is complete.
You can access the vast collection of digital library resources 24/7 by selecting the Library icon in the my.Edinboro Portal.
If you are struggling with mental health concerns during isolation or quarantine, please contact Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at 814-732-2252.
Crisis/Emergency After-Hours Services
In case of a crisis or emergency, call 814-732-2911 on campus or 911 otherwise. Telephone Helpline services are available from outside agencies after hours:
Erie County (Crisis Services/Safe Harbor Behavioral Health)
Toll Free: 800-300-9558
Crawford County (Crisis Hotline/Meadville Medical Center)
Toll Free: 800-315-5721
Student Health Services is conducting telehealth appointments for students in quarantine and isolation. If you have any questions about medications, symptoms or your health in general, please contact them at 814-732-2743.
If you are experiencing emergency warning signs such as trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion, inability to wake or stay awake, or bluish lips or face, seek emergency medical care immediately by calling 814-732-2911 on campus or 911 otherwise.
Student Hardship Fund
The Student Hardship Fund was established to support PennWest Edinboro students who are experiencing financial challenges due to catastrophic or unforeseen events. If you are in need of assistance, please complete the online application for consideration. The process is quick, easy and confidential. For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office at 814-732-3500.
With the help of our generous donors, we offer scholarship funds to bridge the gap between the cost of a university degree and the financial resources available to our students. We are focused on improving our student’s ability to persist and complete their education with a conferred degree. For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office at 814-732-3500.
If you need academic assistance, please schedule a meeting with your Academic Success Coordinator through the Starfish icon in the my.Edinboro portal.
SMARTHINKING provides web-based tutoring 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can access live tutorials in writing, math, business, IT and sciences, as well as a full range of study resources, including writing manuals, sample problems, research tools and study skills manuals.
How to access Smarthinking:
The Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds were authorized by the Federal government and provide funding to support higher educations to serve students and ensure learning continues during the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information of the HEERF aid for students please visit the University’s HEERF website or contact Financial Aid Office at 814-732-3500 or firstname.lastname@example.org the Student Accounts Office at 814-732-3502 or email@example.com.
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