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Our COVID-19 Response
WSU Together:

COVID-19 Ready

Promoting a culture of mutual care and compliance with health and safety guidelines is critical to ensuring the Coug experience.

What you need to know now

  • The next COVID-19 town hall be Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 11 am. Details to follow.
  • You must complete a self-attestation form every day you plan to be at a physical WSU location. Locations include all campuses, extension locations, and satellite offices.
  • When on a WSU campus, all students must abide by health and safety directives issued by WSU, the government and health officials: wear a mask,  leave six feet of physical distance, wash your hands, limit group sizes and stay home when sick.
  • WSU is cooperating with health authorities statewide to facilitate contact tracing.
  • WSU Pullman has developed a plan describing the use of facilities on campus for the fall 2020 semester.

Health and Safety of all Cougs

WSU will:

  • Implement contact tracing capabilities.
  • Require all students, faculty, staff and visitors complete a self-attestation form every day you plan to be at a physical WSU location. Locations include all campuses, extension locations, and satellite offices.
  • Require appropriate face covering in indoor public spaces and outdoors.  Review exemptions and best practices for face coverings.
  • Develop physical distancing policies for all in-person activities, events and meetings. 
  • Put in place cleaning protocols for all facilities, including classrooms, instructional laboratories, meeting spaces and offices.
  •  Provide mandatory training for all students, faculty and staff to ensure public health guidelines are practiced.

This website is not intended to be all-encompassing and should not be considered to be providing medical or legal advice. In all instances, you should consult with a relevant expert for guidance specific to your circumstances.