This digest is a compilation of important COVID-19 related news and updates for students, faculty and staff on the Danforth Campus. We’ll send this to our community as needed to share new information, including important steps members of the Danforth Campus community must take to help protect the health and well-being of our community. Thank you for your attention to these communications, and for your continued support of our response efforts.
Town halls scheduled for this week
The Danforth Campus community is invited to attend a series of town hall webinars starting this week to learn more about the university’s planning process for the fall semester, and to ask questions and share feedback with members of the Fall Planning Committee. There’s a lot of information to cover, so there are separate webinars for undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff.
Note: We will be adding a fifth town hall for next week, for anyone who is unable to attend one of this week’s webinars. Check the town hall page for details.
Questions may be submitted in advance by sending an email to email@example.com. (Please note in your message which town hall you will be attending.)
New fall planning website
As we plan for the return to campus this fall, you can find updates and information at a new and improved COVID-19 website. Visit covid19.wustl.edu for the latest news about our fall planning and all the ways we’re WashU Together.
The site will be updated regularly, so bookmark and check back often!
WashU helping our own
WashU faculty and staff join together to provide expert-driven programs for university employees. From primary care access through WUCare to an employee-specific “Well-being Line” for in-the-moment emotional support, and an array of well-being-focused programming, WashU physicians, faculty and staff are helping support employees and their families with world-class care.
Learn about the university’s response to COVID-19
We appreciate your ongoing support and cooperation as we manage this unprecedented situation. Please continue to visit the university’s COVID-19 website for the latest information.