Restricting technology access for testing noncompliance
October 6, 2021 10:03 AM

Dear Students,

Beginning on Wednesday, Oct. 13, undergraduate students who are out of compliance for COVID-19 testing will lose access to certain university technologies. These technologies include Compass, Canvas and others. See the full list here.

This only applies to students who are required to participate in on-campus testing, which includes all students who are not fully vaccinated with a verified record and those who are fully vaccinated who have been asked to test temporarily due to an increase in cases at their residence.

You will be notified via email before your technology is restricted. Your access to university email, campus Wi-Fi, and health and safety services will not be affected.

If you are out of compliance, please visit one of our on-campus testing sites as soon as possible and take an on-campus COVID-19 saliva test to get back into compliance.

After you take an on-campus COVID-19 test, you will regain access to these technologies, but it may take up to four hours for that to be reflected in your Safer Illinois app.

Noncompliance with the testing requirement may also result in referral to the Office for Student Conflict Resolution for formal disciplinary action up to, and including, dismissal.

For questions or concerns, please email


Robert J. Jones

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