Back on Campus Guide
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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 ...
Return to Campus Conversations
Watch a replay of the most recent conversation with WVU leaders.
February 18 Campus Conversation: Updates on COVID-19 protocols and higher ed landscape
Thursday, Feb. 18
This session addressed vaccines, current health and safety recommendations, campus activities, plans for summer and fall classes, legislative issues and Commencement.
- Rob Alsop, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives
- Dr. Jeff Coben, Dean of the School of Public Health
- Corey Farris, Dean of Students
- Dr. Clay Marsh, Vice President and Executive Dean for Health Sciences
- Maryanne Reed, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
- Robin Yorty, Executive Director of University Events and Liaison to the President
Entrances and exits will be marked for heavily used buildings, like the Mountainlair and Woodburn Hall.
Floor decals and signs will remind you to maintain physical distancing in customer lines and elsewhere.
Do Your Part
We’re all in this together. Our safe return to campus relies on everyone taking responsibility.
Maintain Good Personal Hygiene
The safety of our community depends on our commitment to simple day-to-day hygiene measures, like physical distancing and frequent hand-washing.More About Personal Hygiene
Clean and disinfect frequently-touched surfaces, such as tables, door knobs, desks and light switches.More About Surface Cleaning
Wear a Mask
When you’re on campus, you’re required to wear a mask in public spaces. Wear your mask to protect others, and they’ll wear their mask to protect you.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