Coronavirus

All Classes Remote to Start Winter Quarter; In-person Classes Delayed Until Jan. 19

1 month 2 weeks ago

Dear Campus Community,

WWU Incident Command continues to monitor the increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases locally, regionally and nationally. Our top priority is keeping students, staff and faculty at WWU safe in the face of the surge of COVID-19 activity.

The start of the winter quarter will require continued diligence, including the testing of any students who will have a regular on-campus presence. This includes students living in campus housing, participating in face-to-face classes or working on campus. Testing will be held at Fraser Hall.

john.thompson

WWU Suspends In-Person Classes Starting Nov. 19 After Uptick in COVID-19 Cases

1 month 4 weeks ago

Across the nation and state, COVID-19 infections are spiking as more people move indoors. Western Washington University is no exception, as we are experiencing a surge in cases. We also note concerning COVID-19 trends in Bellingham and Whatcom County.

Over the past week, Western has seen what we view as a sudden and significant increase in positive student tests, both of individuals and in the batches analyzed in our surveillance testing program. We have seen five new positive individual tests, and other positive tests among pooled testing batches.

fraleyz

WWU Now Offering Student Course for COVID Prevention and Well-Being

3 months 1 week ago

In order to further educate and support its community, Western is now offering all students a COVID prevention and well-being course.

This 20-minute online training covers basics of COVID prevention but focuses mainly on how to take care of mental health and wellbeing during a pandemic, and how to navigate college during these new times. This training is an optional resource recommended and available to all current Western students. 

john.thompson
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