The health and well-being of our community is Kellogg's top priority. We continue to follow federal and state guidance, along with decisions made by Northwestern University.
Health and safety
Please refer to Northwestern University’s COVID site
first for health and safety policies.
Precautions and protocols are in place to ensure the health and safety for the Kellogg community. These protocols include a testing strategy for symptomatic individuals and asymptomatic unvaccinated individuals, procedures for positive cases and contact tracing, and enhanced cleaning in all our spaces.
Northwestern University requires students, faculty and staff (including exchange and visiting students/scholars) with presence on campus to be up to date on COVID-19 vaccines, which means fully vaccinated and, if eligible, boosted. These requirements are all subject to limited exceptions (e.g., documented, approved personal health and religious reasons). Information can be found at Northwestern Vaccination Requirements FAQ.
Being together on campus means a steadfast commitment from each of us to safeguard our own health and that of those around us. All community members are expected to regularly monitor their personal health status and notify the University if they have a positive COVID-19 diagnosis or exposure.
If you are a prospective student, we encourage you to browse the many options for bringing the Kellogg community to you and sign up for an admissions event. If you are visiting the Global Hub, please ask the Admissions’ desk
for the self-guided tour information.