What to do if you feel sick or want to report a concern

What to do if you feel sick

Step one

If you are sick with flu-like symptoms, respiratory symptoms, or unexplained fever, stay home (or leave work/class immediately), notifying your supervisor/professor/host. Self-quarantine to protect others from possible exposure to the virus.

Step two

Seek appropriate medical care. Remember to call ahead so proper arrangements can be made to see you. Students can call the Student Health Center at 909-748-8021 on weekdays, 8 – 11:30 a.m. and 1 – 4:30 p.m.

Step three

Use this COVID-19 Symptoms, Exposure, or Positive Test Reporting Form to make the University aware of your status so it can evaluate the situation and take appropriate action, such as providing options for testing. This form can also be used to report positive test results or known exposure risk. If unable to complete the online reporting form, please notify Public Safety at (909) 748-8888.

Step four

Before returning to regular activities, contact your health care provider for instructions to ensure it is safe for you to do so.

 

How to report other concerns

For any concerns not covered by the COVID-19 Symptoms, Exposure, or Positive Test Reporting Form, such as knowledge of COVID-19 symptoms in others, use the general online reporting form. Questions can be directed to covidresponse@redlands.edu.

Anonymous tip line

If your concern involves a campus incident, lack of compliance with COVID-19 safety procedures, or a general safety concern, please connect with Public Safety by calling 909-748-8888 or ext. 8888 on campus phones or using one of the other methods shown here.

Anonymous tip submission

BULLDOG TIPS is a safety alert system to send an anonymous tip via text message. Text TIP UOFR to 888777.

To send an anonymous tip online, please use this system.

In the event of an emergency

Please call 911 or use one of the blue phones on campus to directly connect with a Public Safety dispatcher.