All students will be required to complete a daily symptom screening prior to entering Emerson buildings.  Students should complete this self screening prior to leaving their apartments/dormitories.

To perform the self screening, students will need to download the Emerson App (if not already installed)

Performing the Daily Symptom Screen

Performing the mandatory daily symptom screening is done in 3 easy steps

Open the Emerson App and select 'One Emerson'

Main screen of the Emerson App with links to One Emerson and Reminders visible

Select Daily Symptom Screening and Log in with DUO

One Emerson main screen displaying the Symptom Checker

Fill out the form

Image of the Daily Symptom checking form


No symptoms result in a green badge within the app and will automatically clear campus access to our buildings beginning Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at 7:00 a.m. 

Students experiencing symptoms will be asked to contact healthservices [at] as soon as possible to discuss their symptoms.


Ensuring that the Emerson App is equally accessible to all members of the Emerson community is vitally important.  While the app natively supports screen reading technologies, changing the default text size is done within the app itself, not within your device's settings.

You can change the default text size by

1. Tapping on the person icon (the icon is the second icon from the right at the top of the app).

Image of the top of the App, with the person icon being second from the right

2. Selecting settings

Image of the profile screen with several options shown including the settings link which appears last

3. Setting your default text size.  By default the app selects the middle size of the the range.

Settings screen which shows various accessibility options, including changing text size