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Students must complete a health assessment using the Healthfully app before coming on campus.
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STLCC is conducting daily health checks to help maintain safety in the learning environment. All students needing to come to campus must complete the health screening daily through the Healthfully app, before arriving.

With your health and safety as a priority, we’re glad to share with you that St. Louis Community College is utilizing the Healthfully app to help ensure a safe and healthy environment for our students as we have a limited return to face-to-face classes for fall 2020.

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download the Healthfully app through the apple store download the Healthfully app through the google play store Use the Web App (No Download)

Having issues downloading the app? Contact Healthfully Support

Who Should Use the Healthfully App?

Students who plan to be on an STLCC campus for any reason – attending classes, going to the library, seeking student services, etc. – must complete a daily self-health assessment using Healthfully.

How Does the App Work?

  • You will answer questions related to COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Your responses will determine whether you can be on campus or if you should stay at home or seek medical attention.
  • Each day that you plan to be on campus, you must complete the health-screening BEFORE arriving to campus.

The program provides end-to-end exposure prevention and management with robust security. Powered by the Healthfully platform, the solution contains essential technology features and health services to maximize safety and care, including:

  • Daily self-screening
  • Secure messaging
  • Exposure management and compliance reporting
  • Isolation and quarantine support communities
  • Student education
  • Works on any platform: web, iOS, Android

For questions about the health screening in general, please contact your Campus Vice President of Student Affairs office.

Florissant Valley & Wildwood

Deborah Carter



Forest Park & Harrison Education Center

Franklyn Taylor



Meramec & South County

Keith Robinder




Healthfully App FAQs

The Healthfully App helps to ensure a safe and healthy environment as we have a limited reopen this fall. The program provides complete exposure prevention, testing, and management with robust security.

The College is committed to the safety and well-being of the entire STLCC family and it is our hope that the use of this app will simplify the self-health assessment process for our campus and aid us in our efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 on our campus.

All students who are visiting the campus must use the app and fill out a health assessment prior to arriving to campus.

Only those students who are scheduled to attend an on-site class this semester will get an email inviting them to join the STLCC community through Healthfully.

When following the link in the email, you will use your STLCC email address (including the @my.stlcc.edu) and create a personal password to the Healthfully app. Once your account is created, you will be able to log into the Healthfully.IO website and the smartphone app.

Students who do not normally come to campus will not get an invite.

Should a student who is not scheduled to attend an on-site class need to visit campus they can sign up for an account by going to https://app.healthfully.io/login; and selecting “Don’t have an account? Sign up”. Please use your STLCC email address (including the @my.stlcc.edu) to sign up for the account.

For those who do not have access to a smart phone, there is a web version of the Healthfully app. To access the web based version, please visit https://app.healthfully.io/login.

After answering a few quick questions daily to attest that you are neither exhibiting symptoms and have not been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, the Healthfully survey algorithm determines if an individual needs self-isolate, follow up with a doctor 's visit, or suggests to visit a testing location.

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