Students who live a six to eight hour drive away from the university have to go home if they test positive for COVID-19 and live in on-campus housing, according to the HEAL line.
Location of isolation should not change for students who live in on-campus apartments.
The email also outlined pre-arrival covid requirements like testing and face coverings.
Students who left campus over break are required to get tested within 72 hours before returning.
Some residents of 24 dorms and three Greek Life houses have been moved to quarantine and isolation housing.
There are currently 202 students living in university quarantine and isolation housing.
Students who contract the virus later in the semester won't have many good options.
Students who test positive for COVID-19 on or after Dec. 8 will need to isolate at their permanent residence or elsewhere.