ReopenCU Symptom Self-check App

The ReopenCU iOS app is available for download from the App Store beginning on June 18. For information about the app, visit Symptom Self-checking.

Download the iOS App Here

After opening the app, use your Columbia UNI to log-in.

image of smartphone showing the ReopenCU app in light blue and dark blue with a white area for a login 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 (keep the link clicked to open the guidelines on your phone’s browser).

 

 

image of smartphone showing the ReopenCU app in light blue and dark blue with a white area containing text asking health questions.
image of smartphone showing the ReopenCU app in light blue and dark blue with a white area containing a blue "submit" button for submitting responses to questions.

Your daily pass is available at all times on the Pass tab.

image of smartphone showing the ReopenCU app in light blue and dark blue showing a green area indicating a pass to enter campus buildings..

On the Profile tab, the About button brings up a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about ReopenCU, including how your data is used and stored. The FAQ is also available at https://reopencu.covid19.columbia.edu/faq.

image of smartphone showing the ReopenCU app in dark blue and white area with FAQs about "Covid Symptom Check."

Questions?

The Contact Us button allows you to send an email to askcuit@columbia.edu if you have technical questions on using the app. You can also contact the CUIT Service Desk at 212-854-1919.

On the CUIMC campus, contact the CUIMC Service Desk at x5-Help (212-305-4357), option 5, or email us at 5help@cumc.columbia.edu.

image of smartphone showing the ReopenCU app in dark blue and white area with buttons for "about," "contact us," and "notifications."

If you have allowed the app to send notifications to your phone, the Notifications button enables you to select the time at which you want your phone to receive a reminder notification to fill out your symptom attestation. By default, notifications are set for 6pm.

image of smartphone showing the ReopenCU app with gray and white area showing times and notifications.

Using an Android Device?

Simply follow the steps below to add a shortcut to your home screen:

  1. In Google Chrome or other mobile browsers, enter the following URL: https://reopencu.covid19.columbia.edu
     
  2. Click the vertical ellipsis (3 dots) in the top right corner of your screen
     
  3. Select the "Add to Home Screen" option

 

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