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If you have questions or concerns, contact the SSU Health Team at (740) 351-3276.

Introducing a new feature on the SSU app: Health Pass, where you can monitor and track your health as part of new COVID-19 procedures.

How to Use Health Pass

Watch a short video to learn more about Health Pass:

Health Pass FAQs

What do I need to do to get started?

If you don't have the SSU App:
If you haven't already, Download the SSU App and login to get started.

(If you need help logging in to the SSU App, follow these instructions.)

If you have the SSU App:
If you have the SSU App, you’re all set. You should see the new Get Your Health Pass tile on your home screen.

Get your Health Pass Tile on the SSU App

Hit this tile to access your daily Pre-Screening form and other self-reporting options.

If you can’t download the SSU App:
If you don't have a smartphone or can't access the SSU App, you can still pre-screen before visiting campus. Learn how to pre-screen online.

What do the different Screening Options mean?

When you access the Get Your Health Pass tile, you will be presented with the following options. Keep reading to learn more about each option and what they mean for you.

Get Your Health Pass Options screen

My Health Pass

Once you answer the questions using the pre-screening tool, you'll get a "health pass" for the day. If you are cleared to be on campus, the pass will be green with the current date.

Health Pass Clear Screen

Pre-Screening

The Pre-Screening form will need to be completed every day before arriving on campus to receive your daily Health Pass. 

Symptom Tracker

Complete this form if you have been asked to self-isolate or quarantine. This feature allows you to log and track your symptoms, and report them to the SSU Health Team.

Self Reporting

If you’ve been tested for COVID-19, please complete this self reporting form to inform the SSU Health Team of your test results.

What do I do once I have received my Health Pass for the day?

Scan QR Codes with the SSU App to gain entry to different parts of campus

Once you’ve completed your daily pre-screening, scan the QR Code on display in the classroom, meeting room, building or office you are visiting. On the home screen of the SSU App, click on the scan button in the upper left corner as you hover over the posted QR code. Now, you’ve checked in!

QR Scanner location  on the SSU App home screen

By doing this, the SSU Team will be able to notify you if you have potentially been exposed to someone who tests positive for COVID-19.

What if I have trouble registering my account on the SSU App?

To log into the SSU App, you'll need your Shawnee Network username and password. (Your network account is different than your email or MySSU accounts. Learn about your Shawnee Network account at shawnee.edu/get-connected.)

To activate your Shawnee Network account to use it for the first time:

  1. You can find your initial temporary password in MySSU >> Official Notifications >> message from ITS with subject "Your SSU Account"
  2. Change your Initial Password (PDF Instructions)
  3. Your temporary password can not be used to log in to the app. You must reset your password first. (See PDF Instructions in step 2 above).

To reset a forgotten password:

  1. Complete the IT Service Desk Get Help Form
  2. ITS will give you a temporary password you can use to reset your permanent password online (PDF Instructions)
  3. Your temporary password can not be used to log in to the app. You must reset your password first. (See PDF Instructions in step 2 above).

What if I don’t have access to the SSU App?

No problem. You can complete your Pre-Screening online and then call the SSU Health Team at (740) 351-3276 to get a printed Health Pass for the day.

Complete your daily Pre-Screening Online

Online Screening Options

All Health Screening options are available at the following links if you cannot access the SSU App:

Is my information safe? Who has access to my self-reporting data?

The new Health Pass on the SSU App gives you instant access to the SSU Health Team. Information provided on the Health Pass portion of the app is confidential. Data is encrypted, visible only by the SSU Health Team, and protected as medical information.

How can I contact the SSU Health Team?

If you have questions or concerns, contact the SSU Health Team at (740) 351-3276.

Get your Health Pass on the SSU App

COVID-19 Guidance

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