Using Athens-State Healthcheck will help ensure a healthy campus.
All students, faculty, and staff must complete Athens-State Healthcheck, a web-based COVID-19 assessment tool that allows users to report COVID-19 symptoms and exposure history.
Athens-State Healthcheck consists of a set of questions that measures symptoms and exposure to COVID-19. An initial set-up survey is performed the first time you access Healthcheck. After that, you are encouraged to complete Athens-State Healthcheck daily, but we require it to be completed at least every three days. (Employees who enter campus on a daily basis must complete it daily, as a “pass” is only valid for one business day.) You will automatically get email and/or text reminders from the Athens-State Healthcheck tool. However, if you ever develop new symptoms, don’t wait for a reminder – report them immediately. You can access Athens-State Healthcheck through the password-protected system on a phone, tablet, or computer by clicking the button below the link to enter the system.
Through Athens-State Healthcheck, you report whether or not you have had symptoms or exposure to anyone who has recently tested positive for COVID-19. Based on your response, Athens-State Healthcheck will assign you one of three categories: Least Risk, May be at Risk, or Greater Risk - each with its own instructions on how to proceed to campus or work. Regardless of how you answer, a secure compliance report will be sent to the Athens State data manager for COVID-19.
Athens-State Passport: Your "Pass" to Campus
Athens-State Passport is being used to help facilitate access to campus by faculty, staff, and students. After completing the Athens-State Healthcheck, you will be provided a "pass" within the Athens-State Passport tool. This "pass" is what should be shown at the entry checkpoint to gain access to campus. Athens-State Passport issues campus clearance based on a proprietary COVID-19 risk algorithm. Each user is assigned a unique passport number indicating their status of "Clear" or "Not Clear" for campus entry.
Each pass provided is only valid for one business day; if you work or learn on campus daily, you must complete the Athens-State Healthcheck and receive a new pass each day. Please see below for helpful frequently asked questions.
Frequently Asked Questions about Athens-State Healthcheck
Athens-State Healthcheck is a web-based COVID-19 assessment tool for employees and students that assesses existence of any current COVID-19 related symptoms, exposure history, and testing history. The required assessment will help us all return to campus safely and help our community beat COVID-19.
Employees and students log-on regularly to share symptoms -- even if you are feeling healthy -- to ensure a safe return to campus. The initial survey takes about 20 seconds to complete, and subsequent surveys take about 10 seconds to complete. Employees and students are encouraged to complete Athens-State Healthcheck daily, but are required to complete it at least every three days for admittance to campus. (Those who work or learn on campus daily must complete Athens-State Healthcheck on a daily basis, as each "pass" is only valid for one business day.) For your convenience, you will be provided reminders automatically by email if you have not completed Athens-State Healthcheck after three days. You will receive a text message reminder if you still have not completed Healthcheck after the email reminder.
If the survey responses indicate the user is symptom-free and has no close exposure with the COVID-19 illness, the individual is cleared to enter campus. The Athens-State Passport tool issues a green pass, which must be shown to enter campus.
If Athens-State Healthcheck responses show the user is currently experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or has been exposed to someone with COVID-19, the user will not be permitted to enter campus until medically cleared. If you have symptoms, contact your healthcare provider and notify your supervisor and Human Resources (for employees) or the Student Return-to-Campus Team at StudentRTC@athens.edu (for students).
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or test positive, STAY HOME AND DO NOT COME TO CAMPUS.
Because COVID-19 symptoms are a report at a single slice of time, students and employees are encouraged to report symptoms and exposure daily; completion of Athens-State Healthcheck is required every three days to confirm how they are feeling. The regular, recurring checks allow university officials to keep the campus community as safe as possible and identify potential outbreaks before they occur.
Athens-State Healthcheck, a COVID-19 assessment tool, is required for employees and students as part of the re-entry to campus protocol and will be required throughout the semester for access to campus.
Athens-State Healthcheck, a COVID-19 assessment tool, is a HIPPA-compliant platform. It does not track you as a person in any way. It is a tool for you to report COVID-19 symptoms and any exposure. It does not track your location.
Athens State's data manager for COVID-19 will receive your information submitted with Athens-State Healthcheck. This report is to ensure compliance and to identify employees or students who may need to be tested to further prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Please click the "COMPLETE ATHENS-STATE HEALTHCHECK" button above to complete Healthcheck. You can save the web-based Healthcheck page to your smartphone home screen (so it appears as an app), or bookmark this web page for easy and convenient access.
Yes, you will automatically receive an email reminder if you have not completed Athens-State Healthcheck after three days. If you still have not completed it after the email reminder, you will receive a reminder by text message. (If you do not wish to receive a text message reminder, please reply "STOP" to the first message, and you will be opted-out of future text messages. However, please remember that you are still required to complete Athens-State Healthcheck with or without reminders.)
Athens-State Healthcheck is the COVID-19 assessment tool used to screen employees and students about COVID-19 symptoms or exposure. After completion, Athens-State Healthcheck provides a rating of Least Risk, May be at Risk, or Greater Risk, each with instructions on how to proceed.
Using the results of Athens-State Healthcheck, the Athens-State Passport provides the "pass" you will show security personnel at the campus entry checkpoints. Each "pass" is valid for one business day after being issued; therefore, those visiting campus daily must complete Athens-State Healthcheck each day to receive a new pass within the Athens-State Passport.
Frequently Asked Questions about Athens-State Passport
Athens-State Passport is being used to help facilitate access to campus by faculty, staff, and students. After completing the Athens-State Healthcheck, the Athens-State Passport is the “pass” that will be shown at the entry checkpoints to gain access to campus.
Those coming to campus will complete Athens-State Healthcheck, a COVID-19 assessment tool, prior to arrival. Athens-State Passport issues clearance to campus based on a proprietary COVID-19 risk algorithm. Each user is assigned a unique passport number indicating his or her status for entry.
The COVID-19 pandemic is an extraordinary situation requiring significant measures to create a safe educational community. We are using Athens-State Passport as an additional measure used to keep our campus healthy and limit the spread of the virus.
If you received a status of “Not Clear” from the Athens-State Passport, you will not be permitted to enter campus. Be sure you have completed your Athens-State Healthcheck within the past 24 hours. For faculty and staff, please reach out to Human Resources and your supervisor regarding this status. For students, please contact the Student Return-to-Campus team at StudentRTC@athens.edu. Athens-State Passport helps us manage large groups and prevent further exposure to COVID-19.
Athens-State Passport is a HIPPA-compliant platform. Passport does not track you as a person or your location. Each user is assigned a unique passport number indicating their status for campus entry.
Athens State University’s COVID-19 data manager will receive your information submitted through the Athens-State Passport. The information is to ensure compliance and to identify employees or students who may need to be tested to further prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Athens-State Passport is available after you have completed Athens-State Healthcheck. After you have completed Healthcheck, press the “Passport” button to get your passport. This passport is good for one business day and expires at midnight. Remember your passport number to access your passport later in the day. After midnight, you will need to complete Athens-State Healthcheck again for the following day as passes are only valid for one business day.
You can access Athens-State Passport on a phone, tablet, or computer by visiting this page and completing your Athens-State Healthcheck. (Bookmark www.athens.edu/healthcheck.) It is mobile-enabled so that it can be easily viewed on your phone. The site can be pinned to your smartphone home screen so that it appears as an app. Click "Get My Passport" after you have completed Athens-State Healthcheck.