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What You Need to Know: Communication

Stay up-to-date by carefully reading University communications.

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Campus Communication

It is crucial for everyone to check this website frequently and remain alert to phone calls and emails, especially those that contain critical information about COVID-19.

For example, if you’re a close contact of someone who tests positive for COVID-19, you may be contacted during contact tracing; it’s important that you respond to that call.

Email Updates

Check your MIX or University email accounts for University updates about the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s very important to open and read all emails to keep yourself as safe as possible.

Email updates will be provided regularly via:

  • ENEWS for employees
  • UNEWS for students

Social Media

Follow @WestVirginiaU to learn more and ask us questions.

WVU Alert

If you’re not signed up for the University’s emergency text alert system, you can do so at alert.wvu.edu.

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Testing Results and Vaccination Rates

During the spring 2022 semester, testing data will be reported on the WVU System COVID dashboards every weekday. Isolation information will be updated each Wednesday by 2 p.m.

Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 2, the University's COVID dashboards will be updated on a biweekly basis to report the current vaccination verification rates for all campuses.

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Coronavirus Information

Scientists, health officials and medical professionals at WVU are working to halt the spread of COVID-19. Visit coronavirus.wvu.edu for: