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Fall 2021 Return to Student Life

We hope you are enjoying a safe and healthy summer! While Florida State University is returning to normal, pre-pandemic instruction this fall, there will still have a few precautions in place to help ensure everyone enjoys a safe and low-risk recruitment, move-in process and fall semester.

Prior to a student's participation in one of the congregate activities below, learn more about the COVID-19 clearance activities that must be completed.

Student Guidelines

Stay healthy and keep our community safe!

Vaccination for COVID-19 is the key to a successful academic year. Current health guidelines indicate that as more people become fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the sooner we will all be able to resume our pre-pandemic lives. We are grateful for all our students who are getting vaccinated for the health and well-being of our entire FSU community.

Benefits of Being Fully Vaccinated

At Florida State University, our goal is to provide a healthy and safe environment for all members of the university community. If you are fully vaccinated, you can resume activities that you did before the pandemic.

Unvaccinated People Outdoor Full Vaccinated People
Walk, run, wheelchair roll, or bike outdoors with members of your household
Attend a small, outdoor gathering with full vaccinated family and friends
Attend a small, outdoor gathering with fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people, particularly in areas of substantial to high transmission
Dine at an outdoor restaurant with friends from multiple households
Attend a crowded, outdoor event, like a live performance, parade, or sports event
Unvaccinated People Indoor Full Vaccinated People
Visit a bar or hair salon
Go to an uncrowded, indoor shopping center or museum
Attend a small, indoor gathering of fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people from multiple households
Go to an indoor movie theater
Attend a full–capacity worship service
Sing in an indoor chorus
Eat at an indoor restaurant or bar
Participate in an indoor, high intensity exercise class

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention