Healthy Brown
Information for Undergraduate Students

Daily Life

On March 14, France suspended the use of the vaccine pass as well as most indoor mask requirements.  Under the new rules:

  • Access to restaurants, bars, museums, and the other locations where a pass was previously required no longer requires a vaccine pass or a health pass.
  • Access to hospitals and nursing homes does require a health pass for non-emergency visits. As a reminder, for those not fully vaccinated, a temporary, 24-hour health pass can be obtained with a negative COVID test. 
  • Masks may still be worn, and businesses can set their own mask requirements.


Currently, individuals must provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination as well as proof of a negative  PCR or Antigen test dated 24-hours prior to international travel  (except if traveling to France from the European Union and Schengen Area countries). See this link for country-specific information:

Public transportation is currently functioning normally. Masks are required in all stations as well as on board all transportation.

All stores are now operating at normal business hours.  Masks and the “pass sanitaire” are no longer required in order to access them.

Arrival Procedures

As of October 6, 2021, vaccinated travelers are not obligated to quarantine.

Refer to the following link for the most up to date recommendation: Coronavirus - Advice for Foreign Nationals in France - Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs

If required to quarantine, students can order take-out breakfast and dinner 5 days/week in the residence hall. Students are also allowed to do their grocery shopping according to the government restrictions (currently, 1 hour daily).

In France, please see following link for up-to-date information:

Housing & Dining

All students will be housed in single rooms with private bathrooms and kitchen facilities in student residences. No homestays will be available.

Yes, but overnight guests are not permitted. Please consult on-site staff for up-to-date information.

Academic Policies & Campus Protocols

Yes, if courses are available in-person, attendance is mandatory. If you are unable to attend, the on-site staff will work with you to make alternate arrangements. Please consult on-site staff with questions.

Currently, there are no mask-wearing or social distancing guidelines on campus.

Courses will be offered in-person, however, they may be shifted to hybrid or online instruction if deemed necessary.

At this time, we anticipate that most campus facilities and activities will be offered; however this is subject to change. Please consult the following links for up-to-date information:


Please visit this link for the most up to date information:


Health & Safety On-Site

For additional information, please consult