Our commitment to each other
Our entire university community should follow these recommended behaviors to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Mizzou community members are expected to take proactive steps to monitor their personal health, stay home if they are feeling unwell and help protect the safety of our entire community.
Beginning June 1, the university has updated its policy on social distancing and the wearing of face coverings indoors from required for all to recommended based on vaccination status and situation:
Fully vaccinated individuals:
Per CDC guidance, fully vaccinated university community members and campus visitors no longer need to wear a face covering or socially distance unless they have a weakened immune system.
Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals:
For partially vaccinated and unvaccinated community members and visitors, it is recommended that you continue to socially distance and wear a face covering when in close contact with others you do not live with or interact with on a regular basis.
If you are immunocompromised or have a weakened immune system, it is recommended that you continue to socially distance and wear a mask when in close contact with others you do not live with or interact with on a regular basis, even if fully vaccinated.
All MU community members:
- Individuals who live, work, learn or visit the university will not be asked about their vaccination status.
- If you have a medical condition that requires an accommodation, students can contact the Disability Center, and employees can contact the Office of Accessibility and ADA.
- Each individual university community member should continue to follow the best safe practices based on their own COVID-19 risk factors.
University officials will continue to monitor the situation and make any necessary changes to health and safety policies. Our campus community may need to shift back to social distancing and face covering requirements in the future if the public health situation dictates.