Emergency Guidelines for the Campus Community

H1N1 Influenza(Swine Flu)

Updated February 5, 2010

Princeton University officials continue to monitor the H1N1 (swine) flu that has sickened people worldwide. In light of the sharp decline in recent weeks of influenza-like activity on campus and nationwide, University Health Services has decided to return to its routine standards of care and suspend some of the flu directives for students adopted last fall. Faculty and staff should still follow previously established guidelines if diagnosed with flu-like symptoms, but some of the processes have change.

Please review the FAQs for updated processes and information.

The University's medical and environmental health staff are in communication with local and state public health officials in New Jersey, and continue to respond to direction and guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

This website provides up-to-date information about H1N1 influenza and describes the University's preparedness efforts and responses to this evolving public health incident. We will continue to update this information to reflect new developments affecting our community.

Frequently Asked Questions

Additional Resources

Vaccine Information

University Health Services Resources

Public Health Resources
Up-to-date information and guidance about the H1N1 flu outbreak is available on these public health websites:

Travel/Tracking Resources

University Advisories

The University will continue to update members of our community with pertinent information about H1N1 flu. Below is a list of archived communications sent to University students, faculty and staff about H1N1 flu.

Last update: 05-Feb-2010 11:43 AM
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