Please click here for the latest information regarding Benedictine University's response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
With the many changes occurring across the nation and locally, further guidance will be provided prior to the start of classes. At this time, please review the following:
COVID-19 vaccination is available through our vaccine partners, Metro Infectious Disease Consultants. Vaccination can be schedule at their Burr Ridge location via the following link: https://www.zocdoc.com/doctor/metro-infectious-disease-consultants-burr-ridge-317343
If you are a student who is vaccinated, please upload a copy of your vaccination card here: https://www.ben.edu/student-life/student-health-services/immunizeupload.cfm
If you are a student who is currently experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please report them here: https://www.ben.edu/coronavirus/student-symptom-reporting.cfm
If you are an employee who is vaccinated, please upload a copy of your vaccination card here: https://benu.formstack.com/forms/staff_vaccination_records_upload
If you are an employee who is currently experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please report them here: https://www.ben.edu/coronavirus/employee-symptom-reporting.cfm
In the Fall 2020, Benedictine University launched a COVID-19 testing program for undergraduate resident students and all student-athletes (commuter or resident) on the Lisle campus. This is part of the University’s multi-pronged strategy to mitigate and monitor the spread of COVID-19. The purpose of this testing program is to allow the University to monitor and address real-time trends and prevalence and make timely decisions on intervention and response.
This Spring 2021, our COVID-19 testing program is for Faculty, Staff and Students who are in contact with another community member. The community member will receive a weekly notice to register for testing.
As of 9/22/21
Total # of community members
Total # of positive cases
Cumulative Positivity Rate since 8/11/21:
Fall 2020 semester 8/31/20 start: 2072 tested; 45 positive; 45 recovered
Spring 2021 semester 5/17/2021 start: 9610 tested; 38 positive; 38 recovered