Coronavirus Information:
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Bradley Unite

We will work together. We will rise to the occasion. I protect you, you protect me — so we can all be here for each other.

Bradley Unite is our campaign to keep the campus and community informed and healthy. We encourage everyone to browse, view and use the tools and resources below to keep us all healthy and happy on the Hilltop.

Important News


Spring COVID-19 Testing Strategy

Sent to all students, employees and parents on 01/22/2021

We’ve been working hard to get ready for your return with your health and wellbeing a top priority.


COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Sent to the Bradley Community on 01/18/2021

Many of you have asked about COVID-19 vaccinations. Bradley University Health Services does not have vaccines available on campus, but is working closely with the Peoria City/County Health Department on behalf of the entire campus community.


We are Ready for the Spring Semester

Sent to the Bradley Community on 01/12/2021

We embark on the spring 2021 semester with many lessons learned about operating and living in a pandemic.


A Message from the President

Sent to all employees on 12/18/2020

As we go into this semester break, I want to say a most sincere thank you for the tremendous work you all have done this semester.

What you need to know

COVID-19 Dashboard

This COVID-19 dashboard reflects Bradley’s on-campus surveillance testing, symptomatic testing and other self reported positive cases.

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Testing

Bradley University will conduct ongoing COVID-19 PCR (polymerase chain reaction) surveillance testing of all students, faculty and staff who will physically be on campus.

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Already Had COVID-19?

Whether you have had COVID-19 or not, the best way to prevent infection is to take steps to protect yourself.

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Face Covering Policy

When you need to wear a face covering, what the alternatives to masks are and how we all are empowered to hold each other accountable.

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Healthy Habits

Wear a face covering.

Stay 6 feet apart.

Practice proper hand hygiene.

Participate in campus surveillance testing.

Stay at home if you don’t feel well.

Complete the Symptom Tracker daily.

Follow all campus guidelines regarding visitors and gatherings. NO PARTIES are allowed.

Disinfect your spaces and equipment before each use.

Follow all university guidelines and stay informed.