Back on Campus Guide
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Your Fall To-Do List
Everyone's responsible for a few simple tasks to help the semester go smoothly. Not fully vaccinated? You have some additional expectations.Your Fall To-Do List
What You Need to Know
While some restrictions have been removed, campus still looks a little different as we continue working to protect our community.What You Need to Know
What to Do If ...
You may find yourself in entirely new situations (like quarantine). Use these lists to determine what you should and shouldn’t do.What to Do If ...
Our path forward
We need our community to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Current Vaccination Rates
Our best defense against COVID-19 is for everyone to get vaccinated. We are encouraged by the steadily increasing vaccination rates among our students, faculty and staff with our current approach. We continue to monitor conditions and strongly encourage students, faculty and staff to be vaccinated and wear masks where required.
Vaccination rates are updated Wednesdays by 2 p.m.
Last updated on September 15, 2021. NOTE: Percentages may fluctuate based on student enrollment, new and returning faculty/staff related to hiring and contracts.
Vaccines are our best defense against COVID-19 and its variants.
Tell Us You're Vaccinated
Already vaccinated? Use the Vaccine Verification System in StarRez to add yourself to the University’s count. You’ll be asked for:
- Your WVU ID (look up WVU ID)
- Vaccine (e.g., Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer)
- Vaccination date(s) and location(s)
Do Your Part
We’re all in this together. Our safe return to campus relies on everyone taking responsibility.
The University strongly recommends all students and employees be vaccinated for COVID-19.More About Vaccinations
Maintain Good Personal Hygiene
The safety of our community depends on our commitment to simple day-to-day hygiene measures, like frequent hand-washing.More About Personal Hygiene
Wear a Mask
Everyone is required to wear a mask indoors and on public transportation.More About Masks
Self-Monitor for Symptoms
Know the symptoms of coronavirus — and stay home if you’re experiencing any of them.More About Self-Monitoring