COVID-19 Student Resources

College of Medicine Education Operations During COVID-19

Optimizing Safety

Use of Personal Protective Equipment 

Medical Student Interaction with COVID-19 Patients

What to Do If You Have Been Exposed to COVID-19?


Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center Known COVID Exposure Policy

Students on clinical rotations at the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center who have been exposed to COVID-19 positive patients should follow MUSC guidelines.

Travel Policies - International and Domestic Travel

Please carefully review the Student Travel Process page and be aware that there may be ongoing changes related to evolving COVID policies in the US and around the world.

MUSC travelers returning to campus 

Upon return from international or domestic out-of-state travel, whether MUSC-sponsored or personal travel, university faculty, staff, fellows, residents and students and all MUSC Health employees are required to continue following MUSC’s COVID-19 self-monitoring and return to work guidance (NetID required for log-in).

Student Activities and Events

All activities should follow the most current guidance as specified in the University Safety Directives

Campus Visitors

Please refer to the University Safety Directives, Section F, for the most up-to-date information on visitors.

Visiting Students

Please note that Visiting Students should follow similar instructions and guidance to MUSC students. However, they should be seen at the Rapid Access Clinic, and then ask the provider they see to send a "clearance to return letter" to Gabrielle Redding in Student Affairs.

To schedule an appointment in the Rapid Access Clinic, please call 843-876-0888 and make sure to identify yourself as a visiting student calling to make a RAC appointment for COVID.