ReopenCU COVID-19 Symptom Self-check App
Open the app and log in with your Columbia UNI and password.
The Attest tab provides the daily symptom check.
The questions come from the New York State Interim Guidance For Higher Education Research During the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency and can be read by clicking on the link at the bottom of the symptom check form.
Answer the questions and click "Submit."
- The app allows you to digitally sign the compact; select "Show/Hide Compact." Once you select "I Agree," the app will remember your choice.
- Once you have completed the appropriate safety training, the app will update to reflect this change, but this process can take up to an hour, so plan accordingly.
- After you have taken a Columbia Test and Trace program COVID-19 test, the app will also reflect this information. Updates from the program are sent to the app at 9:00 am, 10:00 am, noon, 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm, and 9:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
The boxes in the ReopenCU app are updated once you finish the safety training, sign the compact, and take a Columbia Test and Trace program covid-19 test.
Once you click "Submit," the app will generate a date- and time-stamped 24-hour certificate. Assuming you have no symptoms, this daily pass will be green.
If you answer yes to any one of the questions and receive a red pass, you should not come to work and should notify your supervisor.
Your daily pass is available at all times on the Pass tab found at the bottom of the app screen.
Your daily pass must be shown to security at all entrances to campus buildings.
Settings and Notifications
If you have enabled notifications for the ReopenCU app in your phone settings, the Notifications button allows you to set a specific time at which the app will remind you to complete the attestation. Simply select the time at which you want your phone to receive a reminder. By default, notifications are set for 6:00 pm.