We will hold a Commencement ceremony for the Class of 2020 on the Danforth Campus on Sunday, May 30, 2021, as long as conditions at that time allow us to do so safely.
Updated guidance on personal travel, parenting during a pandemic, Ask the WashU Doctors: tips for staying healthy, new hours for DUC dining and Quadrangle Pharmacy, learn about the university’s response to COVID-19
Town hall for Danforth Campus and CFU planned for tomorrow, Ask the WashU Doctors: Understanding protective masks, take a moment for well-being on Zoom, valuing employee wellness, a ‘home away from home’ for our frontline employees, learn about the university’s response to COVID-19
Alternate operations extended, travel update, new hours for Habif Center, valuing WashU employee well-being during the pandemic, workplace tips for social distancing, how to hold safe Zoom meetings, learn about the university’s response to COVID-19
Employee and contractor safety, give thanks to medical personnel and first responders, online staff professional development, know how to sew? You can help the community, making a difference in St. Louis, learn about the university’s response to COVID-19
Updated campus screening instructions, spring semester update, crisis fund established to help students and employees, support resources for employees and students, learn about the university’s response to COVID-19
We are writing today to share some important updates to Chancellor Martin’s message that was sent to the university community on March 11.
Dear Students, There are many unsettling transitions happening in such a short period of time, and I want to reiterate to you that putting your health and safety and that of our greater community is the university’s highest priority. What we are all seeing unfold regarding COVID-19, along with the resulting university decisions, may result […]
Updated policies, health screening clarification, parking and transportation updates, faculty/staff: Office of the Ombuds, tips for Zoomers
In order to be consistent with the duration of the Stay at Home orders in place in local jurisdictions, we are extending the university’s alternate operations period until April 22.
We here in the United States have a small window of opportunity to slow the spread of COVID-19. All of us in the medical community now urge you to follow the CDC guidelines for social distancing.
Resources for online teaching and learning, buildings locked, card swipe access only, mental health resources, how to help
Return travelers must continue to be screened, buildng access, communication procedures, alternate operations, protect your health, event updates