Yes, positive results will continue to be reported on a weekly basis (Thursdays). We will publish the following information: Students: # of tests performed and # of positive results Faculty/Staff: # of tests performed and # of positive results This information can be found at W&J’s COVID-19 Response, as well as within the MyW&J portal.
Students, faculty, and staff will follow the same testing protocol. All students will be placed into testing groups and assigned their test weeks. The only exception is student-athletes who will be tested more frequently in accordance with NCAA guidelines.
Yes, students are expected to complete the Daily Symptom Checker each day before coming to campus.
Plans are in place for a great deal of virtual contact during the quarantine period. First-year students will participate in virtual orientation activities. Resident Assistants and LINK mentors will be hosting virtual check in contact daily. In addition, other peer leaders and offices are planning connection points for all our students during this time.
The Student Health & Counseling Center staff and services are available. Counseling will operate as a Telehealth service. Some basic medical care will be offered through the Center; we continue to collaborate with Washington Health Center Clinic where W&J students are prioritized for care.
Students who test positive for COVID-19 are required to stay in their rooms and work with Student Health Services virtually to determine what kind of care is needed. In the event that a student needs to quarantine, food will be delivered to their room. Residence Life, Student Health and Counseling and Student Life staff will …
If you are learning remotely, contact your healthcare provider for the best course of action. If you are a student residing on the W&J campus, please contact Student Health Services to be advised of the appropriate measures.
All employees are required to sign the Pledge to Promote Safety before returning to campus to work. Employees are also required to complete the Symptom Checker form before coming to campus each day. If an employee is exhibiting symptoms, this information would be shared with our healthcare staff and determinations can be made as to …
All W&J employees who are on campus must wear a mask, scarf, or protective covering unless they are in a private office or while eating or drinking. Students must wear a mask, scarf, or protective covering when in public areas, including campus buildings and while obtaining their meals from The Commons.
Yes, our senior administration has been working with Washington Health System physicians to ensure that we are following appropriate health and safety precautions.