COVID-19 Resource Library

A collection of resources contributed by ACHA members


To aid campuses in their pandemic response, ACHA is making available to all college health and well-being professionals a selection of the most popular user-contributed resources* in ACHA Connect, our online forum for members.

For access to the full document library, please sign in to ACHA Connect. If you are not a member and would like access to the library or to view and participate in the robust peer-to-peer discussions on how campuses are managing the COVID-19 situation and other topics related to college health and well-being, please become a member.

Updated April 20, 2020

Prevention and Self-Care

General Messaging

Quarantine and Isolation Messaging

Self-Monitoring Symptoms

Health Center Forms


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