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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 university’s first systemwide town hall of the spring semester will focus on is scheduled for Jan. 28, 2021 at 11 am.  Its focus will be on providing practical advice and guidance to those taking care of loved ones in the midst of the pandemic. 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.
  • WSU Pullman employees can now use the WSU Mobile app for daily attestation.
  • 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.