Testing and Self-Monitoring
All faculty, staff and students who will be on campus this fall will be tested for COVID-19 and required to self-monitor for symptoms.
The University is working with the Monongalia County Health Department and other local health departments on a robust contact tracing program if a positive case is identified.
Over 100 new individuals have been trained to perform contact tracing, and we’ve established a HIPAA-compliant data system that will help us manage contact tracing throughout campus and in the larger community in collaboration with local health departments.
What You Need to Know
Review the measures WVU is taking to provide for a methodical and thoughtful phased re-opening of the WVU System that also ensures the safety and health of our faculty, staff, students and communities.What You Need to Know
Return to Campus Conversations
You’re welcome to join live discussions on Thursdays at 10 a.m. — or watch recordings of previous conversations whenever it’s convenient.Schedule