Student Compliance with Testing
Thank you for your compliance with your assigned testing protocol and helping to reduce the risk of spread of COVID-19. Compliance with testing requirements is automated through PennOpen Pass. The information below contains information on why you would receive a Red Pass for non-compliance and how to get back to Green Pass status.
FAQs for a Red Pass Due to Non-Compliance
Who should enroll for screening testing?
Beginning July 1, 2021, students who have not uploaded their fully COVID-19 vaccinated documentation to Student Health Service must take part in weekly Penn Cares screening testing.
What if I do not fulfill my required screening testing?
Students who do not comply with enrollment or do not get tested in the past week will be issued a non-compliance Red Pass from PennOpen Pass.
Why did I get a Red Pass that states I am not in compliance with screening tests?
You receive a Red Pass from PennOpen Pass if you are non-compliant with your testing requirement and your test records indicate you do not a have a test result in the past week and do not have a scheduled test in the future.
What happens when I have a non-compliance Red Pass?
Until your PennOpen Pass clears from Red to Green for normal activities, you are requested to quarantine in your residence and avoid contact with others. You should also contact your manager, advisor, or chair.
What action do I need to take if I have a non-compliance Red Pass?
Please schedule your next test as soon as possible. Your PennOpen Red Pass for non-compliance is cleared within 24 hours after you schedule your next test. The Red Pass protects you and others in the University community from the risk of the spread of COVID-19.
How may I be removed from testing compliance?
Contact your school advising office to determine next steps.