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To assist the university community in completing health self-assessments, Rutgers developed the My Campus Pass symptom checker, a self-screening application that may be used by employees and students when traveling to campus or entering a Rutgers building to screen for symptoms of COVID-19.

To access My Campus Pass, log into Once you log in, the My Campus Pass window will be visible. Click on the “Get My Campus Pass” button, which will take you to the symptom survey for completion. You will also be asked to include any Rutgers building you plan to enter that day. Once you submit your survey, you will receive an immediate notification as to whether you’ve been cleared for entry.

For My Campus Pass Mobile Access use this step-by-step guide to download the Rutgers mobile app and access My Campus Pass through it.

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, such as severe shortness of breath or high fever, call 911.

The self-screening application is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always consult a medical professional for serious symptoms or emergencies.

If you reply YES to the health-related questions, STAY HOME and:

  • Contact your supervisor or instructor
  • Contact a health care provider or Student Health (for students) for guidance and to advise if testing is warranted, or if you have any further questions

If you start feeling sick during your shift or while on campus, you should leave immediately and follow the steps above.

It must be understood that these symptoms could be caused by allergies, the common cold, a pre-existing condition, and perhaps COVID-19. If a student, employee, or visitor is ill and/or displaying signs of COVID-19, and the signs are a new onset and not attributable to a known existing condition (e.g. allergies) or are different from the usual presentation (e.g. “I have allergies but this cough feels different”), they should leave immediately and follow the steps above.

Online Privacy Policy 

This Online Privacy Policy describes the information that Rutgers University collects about you through this self-checker application and how we use and share that information.

Changes to this Online Privacy Policy
We may change this Online Privacy Policy from time to time. If we update the policy we will revise the “Last Updated” date. We encourage you to review the Online Privacy Policy whenever you use the application to stay informed about our practices and about ways you can help protect your privacy. Please note that changes made to this Online Privacy Policy on September 18, 2020, reflect Rutgers practices since the application was established and shall apply to all data collected through the application on or before that date.

  1. Use of application
    Your access to and use of the application are subject to certain terms and conditions, which are described below.
  2. Collection of Information
    • Information You Provide
      When you complete the COVID-19 self-assessment survey, you will be asked to login with your NetID and provide any buildings that you plan on visiting and symptoms that you may be experiencing (e.g., fever, dry cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, headache, nausea, etc.)
    • Information We Collect from Your Use of the Application
      We collect information about you when you use the application, including, but not limited to the following:

      • Location Information. We may collect different types of information about your location, including general information (e.g., IP address, zip code) and may use that information to customize the application with location-based information and features.
  3. Use of Information
    • We use the information that we collect for the following purposes:
      • For COVID-19 and related public health activities and research purposes;
  4. Sharing of Information
    • If you are entering a Rutgers or affiliated location, your information is required.
    • We may also be required to share your information for public health purposes.

We take reasonable measures, including administrative, technical, and physical safeguards, to help protect personal information from loss, theft, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100 percent secure.