COVID-19 STUDENT SELF-REPORT FORM
COVID-19 EMPLOYEE SELF-REPORT FORM
USF continues to actively monitor the COVID-19 situation. More detailed information can be found at COVID-19.
In order to access this form, you are required to sign-in to your USF Office account. When you click on the link, you should be automatically requested to log-in (unless you are already logged in).
Username: MyUSF@usiouxfalls.edu (please note the username is not your whole email address) For example: email@example.com
USF DASHBOARD for COVID-19 Cases **The University continues to focus on the health and safety of our campus community but has discontinued posting to the dashboard.**
USF DASHBOARD for COVID-19 CasesSpring 2022
USF DASHBOARD for COVID-19 CasesFall 2021
USF DASHBOARD for COVID-19 CasesSpring 2021
USF DASHBOARD for COVID-19 CasesFall 2020
* Isolation is for people who have tested positive or have symptoms of COVID-19. Following guidelines from the CDC, USF separates sick people from people who are not sick.
**Quarantine is for people who are not sick, but are a close contact and may have been exposed to COVID-19. Following guidelines from the CDC, USF separates and restricts the movement of people who were exposed to COVID-19 to see if they become sick.
For additional definitions, CDC website: https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/index.html
Change to COVID-19 Guidelines effective August 17, 2022.
If You Have Symptoms of COVID-19
If You Test Positive for COVID-19 (Isolation)
If you are unwilling or unable to mask around others according to the above guidelines, you will need to remain in isolation for the full 10 days.
If You Were Exposed to Someone with COVID-19
Vaccine or Booster
Following the new CDC guidelines, there is no expectation for quarantine with an exposure to a COVID-positive person as long as the exposed individual remains asymptomatic; therefore claiming they have been exposed and needing to quarantine is no longer a valid excuse to miss class.
Details regarding changes to USF policy will be communicated as we continue to navigate the challenges COVID presents. USF’s COVID website https://www.usiouxfalls.edu/covid will serve as the university’s most current and comprehensive repository of COVID-related information throughout the semester.
New Suicide and Crisis Prevention Hotline
Beginning July 16, everyone in the United States is now able to call or text 988 to connect with the National Suicide and Prevention Lifeline. The new number – similar to 911 – is operated through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network of over 200 locally run crisis centers located across the country. Members are encouraged to publicize on campus the availability of this mental health resource on a regular basis.
Contact the Avera Student Assistance Program (ASAP)
New Partnership offers free and confidential virtual and off-campus counseling services to all undergraduate and graduate students.
Scheduled sessions available M-F, 8-5 with some extended evening hours.
Contact USF Counseling Services
On-campus and In-person scheduled sessions M-F, 8-5.
Office in the McDonald Center near mailroom
Call directly to schedule: 605-322.4069
5015 S. Crossing Place
Sioux Falls, SD 57108
*** If there is an urgent or crisis situation, call 911. *** These situations may include, but are not limited to: • A risk of suicide • A threat of harm to others • Severely disorganized, psychotic or out of control behavior • Trauma such as sexual assault • Severe sickness due to drug or alcohol overdose
On Campus Resources • Academic Success Center: (605) 331-6740 • Campus Security: (605) 321-6400, (605) 331-6591 • Counseling Services: (605) 331-6619 • Student Life: (605) 331-6620 • On-call Resident Director (605) 681-0229 Other Resources: • 911 - Law enforcement and ambulatory care • Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center Behavioral Health Services: (605) 322-4065 or (800) 691-4336 • 211 HelpLine Center: (605) 339-4357 • Suicide HotLine: 988 • In cases of domestic violence, contact the Children’s Inn: (605) 338-4880 or (888) 378-7398 • Sanford Emergency Room: (605) 333-6688 • Avera McKennan Emergency Room: (605) 322-2000 • In cases of sexual assault, contact the Compass Center: (605) 339-0116 or (877) In CRISIS (24-hour crisis line) • Poison Control Center: (800) 222-1222
USF benefit-eligible employees: Refer to USF health insurance for coverage on counseling/mental health assistance
We are happy to offer a wide variety of food here at University of Sioux Falls. In Salisbury dining hall you will find Classic Kitchen, offering comfort food from home and signature house creations, Global Fare, cuisine from around the world, Sauce & Stone, pizza right out of the oven, Flame, grill favorites, Local Deli, build your own sandwich, Greens, a robust salad bar, Sweet Shop, fresh baked desserts, and A-Zone, our allergen friendly station.
View our menus to see allergen icons and nutritional information!
You’ll find several opportunities to play hard and stay healthy at USF, including clubs and student organizations to get you moving like long boarding, hacky sack club, or our year round intramural program! Purple Plate is a healthy eating/cooking club and Cougar Cupboard has been created to address food insecurity in college students.
Workout facilities including weight room and fitness room are available at the Stewart Center for all students:
Intramural Athletics and FitnessThere are team sports leagues happening year-round. These leagues include volleyball, kickball, flag football, basketball, indoor soccer, and softball. In addition to leagues, there are multiple tournaments that happen throughout the year, including Frisbee golf, doubles table tennis, dodge ball, spike ball, 3 v. 3 basketball, ultimate frisbee, and lawn games. Watch your email for details.
The city of Sioux Falls also offers great opportunities for physical wellness through their Park and Rec Department.
Campus Ministries seeks to assist the University in its mission of forming the spiritual lives of students. Through spiritual life programming and pastoral care, Campus Ministries works with faculty and staff to create a redemptive community of grace. The University’s motto of “Culture for Service” epitomizes the distinctive, Christian mission of the University of Sioux Falls.
USF offers numerous on-campus opportunities for students to grow in their faith and fellowship together:
If you ever need pastoral care of any kind please stop by the Campus Ministries Office to talk to our Campus Pastor. The Campus Ministries Office is located in the McDonald Center and Chapel is held in Z-Hall, located in the Salsbury Science Center.
Not meant to be an exhaustive list of the many excellent churches in our community, here are a few churches that have consistently worked with Campus Ministries or Student Life in providing special programming and support for the USF community: