Yes, W&J has adopted an indoor mask mandate, for all students, faculty, staff and guests, based on a guideline from the CDC to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. As you are likely aware, and as is true of almost any community in which you find yourself, some on our campus are unvaccinated. This means that …  

All of our on-campus students for the spring will be asked to sign the Pledge to Promote Safety at move-in.

Matriculation was a virtual experience for all students in the fall. We will hold our Conversation with the President and Crossing the Seal Ceremony for any first-year students who are new to campus and those students in residence who were unable to attend in the fall.

The Pipeline will not run; the local shopping shuttle will continue to operate.

Due to space and safety constraints, W&J will not offer intramural programming during the fall semester, but we will look to expand recreational offerings, both virtually and outdoors. Club sports listed among the low-contact category will be able to practice and compete, if proper health and safety protocols can be maintained. We will be increasing outdoor fitness …  

Prior to returning to campus, each member of the W&J community will sign a Pledge to Promote Safety agreeing to monitor one’s health and to follow the guidelines set forth by the College designed to promote safety and security of our collective community. Our decisions about safety precautions (social distancing, wearing masks, hand washing, etc.) …  

Yes, we will have student worker and work study opportunities during the Fall 2020 semester.

No. There will be a 20% reduction in the activity fee for all students for the Fall 2020 semester.

For the Fall 2020 semester, the Pittsburgh Pipeline will be temporarily suspended until it appears safe to offer travel into the city and other locations. Please know we will offer limited trips to local shopping centers during the weekdays and specifically low exposure times.

Please see the Athletics FAQ section for information about Athletics facilities.