The Campus Pass was implemented to help keep Johns Hopkins campuses safe and open for faculty, staff, and students.
Faculty, staff, and students are required to have a green Campus Pass for campus access. The Campus Pass is obtained after a COVID Health Check with no symptoms of/exposure to COVID-19 and compliance with Johns Hopkins vaccine or testing requirements. Your green Campus Pass may be verified as you move through campus. Your compliance with testing requirements (if applicable) may also affect your ability to receive a green Campus Pass.
Currently there are three places to take the COVID Health Check which can result in a campus pass:
3. Kronos Attendance/Time Tracking
If you take the COVID Health Check on the mobile Prodensity app, report no symptoms or exposure, and you are compliant with your Required To Do list items, your green Campus Pass will automatically become accessible on the app health screen. The system will record that you have a green Campus Pass.
If you take the COVID Health Check on the web, and report no symptoms or exposure, the system will record that you have a green Campus Pass if you are compliant with your Required To Do list items. You may choose to print the Campus Pass and save it if you would like to have back-up documentation while on campus.
To sign up for reminders to take your COVID Health Check on the web, go to my.jh and navigate to MyProfile. You can use the reminders box to turn on COVID Health Check reminders and receive an email every time your pass expires.
The system will also record a valid green Campus Pass for those who take the COVID Health Check on Kronos and report no symptoms or exposure.
If you are non-compliant for missing one of the Required To Do list items in the Health section of the app, or the Johns Hopkins COVID Call Center has determined that you should not be on campus, you will be alerted with a red campus pass and will be denied access to campus. Your red pass will indicate what you need to do next.