Under Orders from the Government of Ontario and guidance from Public Health Ontario and Ottawa Public Health, Carleton University is required to implement COVID-19 screening self-assessment for all employees (including faculty, contract instructors, staff, teaching/research assistants and postdocs), students and visitors who come to the Carleton campus and enter a university building. For more information, please review our cuScreen FAQs.

Faculty, Staff, Students (with MC1)

Log in here with your MC1 credentials

Visitors (No MC1)

Individuals who do not have a MyCarletonOne (MC1) account, should either create a new account with Thrive Health, Inc. or log in with an existing account. View instructions for visitors (PDF, 285 KB).

Create New Account

Log In with Existing Account

Visitor Registration Code: CARLETONU-VISITOR

Note: It is recommended that you do not add family members to your account at this time as this functionality has not been fully tested as part of cuScreen. Adding family members may cause errors to occur to your account.

Using cuScreen

Step 1: Complete Your COVID-19 Screening Self-Assessment

It is recommended that you complete your COVID-19 screening self-assessment on your smartphone before coming to campus. Once submitted, cuScreen will provide you with a status that will recommend whether you have been authorized to visit campus in person.

TIP: After logging into cuScreen on your phone, add the cuScreen website to your smartphone home screen.

If you are unable to access the cuScreen online screening self-assessment, you can instead use a paper-based self-assessment and location log to document your screening self-assessment results.

You may be asked to show your status through your mobile device or the paper-based self-assessment log in order to enter a university building or location on campus.

Step 2: Report Your Vaccination Status

All individuals who are coming on to campus and/or participating in an in-person Carleton activity, must attest to their vaccination status and submit Vaccine Dose Administration Receipts or equivalent document(s) that provide proof of vaccination, through cuScreen.

Individuals with an approved exemption will be required to undergo rapid testing based on their submitted vaccination status prior to coming onto campus and/or participating in an in-person Carleton activity.

To assist with planning purposes, we encourage everyone to complete the vaccination attestation form and submit their documents as soon as possible even if you are not planning to participate in in-person activities at this time.

Step 3: Check-in Using QR Location Codes

When on campus, you will find QR location codes at the entrances to buildings, classrooms, offices and common spaces around campus. Using your smartphone camera, you can use the QR location codes to check in to locations across campus.

You only need to “scan” the QR code at your final destination within a building. Your final destination is where you will be spending at least 15 minutes.

TIP: When scanning a QR location code, you can do so from within cuScreen provided you have previously scanned a QR location code using your smartphone camera.

If you do not have a smartphone, you can instead use a paper-based self-assessment and location log to document your location on campus.

Step 4: Reporting Symptoms

Individuals who have been on campus in the 14 days prior to the onset of symptoms potentially linked to COVID-19 or failing one of the COVID-19 screening self-assessment questions must report symptoms through the COVID-19 Symptom Reporting Form in cuScreen through one of the log in options above. Any additional illness reporting processes for employees must be followed.

Key Features

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Complete screening in minutes

The COVID-19 screening self-assessment questionnaire will guide you to appropriate next steps and Carleton University resources based on current public health recommendations.

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Access from any device

Using one of the sign-in links above, you can access cuScreen from any browser on a smartphone, tablet, or desktop.

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Trusted sources

cuScreen has been co-developed by Carleton University and Thrive Health, based on trusted guidance from Health Canada, and the Government of Canada.

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Protected data

Data are encrypted both in transit and storage and exceeds the Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA) and Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) requirements.

Adding cuScreen to Your Smartphone Home Screen

Adding the cuScreen website to your smartphone home screen or “pinning” allows you to quickly access the website. This allows you to easily access cuScreen to complete your COVID-19 screening self-assessment daily and check out of locations.

iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

  1. Launch Safari browser and open cuScreen
  2. Tap the “Share” button (arrow pointing upward). The button is on the bar at the top of the screen on an iPad, and on the bar at the bottom of the screen on an iPhone or iPod Touch.
  3. Tap the “Add to Home Screen” in the Share menu. You may need to scroll down.
  4. Enter “cuScreen” for the shortcut name
  5. The icon will appear on your home screen like any other app

Android

  1. Launch Chrome for Android and open cuScreen
  2. Tap the menu button and tap “Add to homescreen”
  3. Enter “cuScreen” for the shortcut name
  4. The icon will appear on your home screen like any other app