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Isolation Housing on Campus

Isolation and Quarantine through Student Housing After a Positive COVID-19 Test Result or Known Exposure

This page was last updated on January 14, 2022.

Directives for UC Davis students to isolate or quarantine will be provided by Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS).

The university has more than 250 beds dedicated for use as quarantine or isolation space at no cost to students. In an effort to preserve Isolation/Quarantine housing for students in dorms and high-risk spaces, Student Housing and Dining Services will only be offering I/Q housing to students who live in the residence halls on campus. I/Q housing support will be provided by SHCS and Student Housing and Dining Services, which will include health care, housing, dining, instructional support and other services as needed.

Students living off-campus in on-campus apartments will receive instructions on how to isolate or quarantine at their residence. Also, if you are a student living in an apartment (who is negative for COVID) whose roommate has tested positive, the university may have temporary housing resources for you. Please complete this application or contact the Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center at compass@ucdavis.edu.