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    UW Moves Forward With Fall Semester Plan, Indoor Mask Requirement

    August 11, 2021: The University of Wyoming is proceeding with a traditional fall 2021 semester while taking steps to manage COVID-19 amid an increase in cases locally and nationally.

    UW’s Board of Trustees has approved a fall semester plan that strongly encourages and incentivizes COVID vaccinations; will require masks indoors through at least Sept. 20 under circumstances to be communicated to the campus early next week; requires students and employees to be tested upon entry to the university; includes a mandatory education seminar on the virus; expands the current weekly sample testing program to both vaccinated and unvaccinated employees and students, with 3 percent of the population tested weekly; and provides for adjustments as circumstances change.

    As approved by the trustees, the indoor mask requirement extends until at least Sept. 20. It doesn’t apply to people alone in their offices and private spaces, and there are medical exceptions. President Ed Seidel also has some discretion to consider lifting the requirement in certain circumstances. At its Sept. 15 meeting, the board will revisit the mask requirement by considering data including case numbers, testing prevalence and vaccine uptake.

    “Our hope is that the indoor mask requirement will only be necessary for the start of the fall semester,” Seidel says. “We will monitor the data closely between now and when the board revisits the issue at its September meeting.”

    Details about the requirements for the educational seminar and one-time testing of all students at the start of the semester will be shared in coming days.

    The fall semester plan is in line with the board’s March 26 vote to “fully reopen” the university “consistent with the state and federal governments regarding COVID-19.” The fall semester will begin Aug. 23 with face-to-face classes at full capacity, along with face-to-face student engagement programs, in-person athletics experiences and the like.

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    Simple steps you can take to help keep our campus healthy and safe.

    GET
    VACCINATED

    While it’s not required, UW students and employees are strongly encouraged to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Check out the UW vaccine page for more information.
     

    WEAR A
    FACE COVERING

    The university requires both the vaccinated and unvaccinated to wear face coverings indoors through at least Sept. 20 in the fall semester. Exceptions include when alone in offices and private spaces.

    WASH YOUR
    HANDS

    Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds often. If you can’t, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Check out the latest CDC guidelines.

    STAY HOME IF
    YOU'RE SICK

    The university continues to encourage students and employees to self-monitor for COVID-19-like symptoms and to not enter campus and communal spaces if they do have symptoms.
     
     

    TEST WHEN
    REQUIRED

    UW is conducting random-sample diagnostic testing of 3 percent of the entire UW community on a weekly basis. Employees and students can opt out of testing if they will not be on campus for the week; have been diagnosed with COVID within the last 90 days; or are sick or in quarantine.

    REPORT YOUR
    VACCINATION

    Students who receive their COVID-19 vaccinations should upload documentation to the Student Health Service patient portal as soon as their vaccine series is complete. To do so, simply upload a photo of your vaccination document using your regular UW user ID and password. For employees, a quick reference guide has been created to help record this information within HCM.

    Cowboys Can stay in the know

    Looking for additional information? Visit one of the sites below to learn more.

    KNOW UW’S
    SUMMER PLAN

    See the university’s plan for the summer term.

    KNOW SUMMER
    GUIDELINES

    See a quick reference guide for the summer term plan.

    REVIEW UW’s
    COVID-19 FAQ

    Questions are inevitable and everyone’s situation is unique. See our comprehensive FAQs.

    KNOW THE SITUATION
    ON CAMPUS

    Understand the prevalence of COVID-19 on UW’s campus, view our UW COVID-19 Dashboard.

    KNOW THE UW &
    COVID-19 LINGO

    See our glossary of common terms used when talking about COVID-19.

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    KNOW UW’S
    GATHERING GUIDELINES

    See what types of gatherings are allowed on campus.

    KNOW THE POLICY
    ON VISITORS

    See what is required for people visiting campus.

    KNOW THE
    TRANSPORTATION POLICY

    See what is recommended and allowed for vehicle travel.

    Contact Info

    Contact UW’s COVID-19 Response Team by calling  (307) 766-COVD (2683) or emailing  COVID19@uwyo.edu

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