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IT Services’ new app is mandatory for those coming to UH

  • 19 August 2020
  • Author: Mark Berthold
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Safe You, Safe Campus

The Fall 2020 semester is about to begin, and now’s the time to get your ducks in a row – starting with downloading “LumiSight UH.”

The new daily check-in app for students’ and employees’ health and safety is now available from UH Information Technology Services. The app is required for everyone who has to come onto a UH campus. Checking in daily is simple and will take less than 30 seconds to receive a daily check of your health status.

Download for free on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. For those without access to a smartphone or tablet, or prefer not to download the mobile app, access is also available at LumiSight UH. The information collected is restricted to campus COVID-19 response leads, and those responsible for campus COVID-19 programs that support our students and health services operations.

For more info, please visit the  ITS COVID-19 resource page or submit your question to UH ITS.

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