While COVID-19 cases on campus remain low, the yellow alert reflects concern with higher COVID-19 levels in Middletown and Connecticut.  As a result, Wesleyan has asked students to avoid all unnecessary travel into the surrounding community. Because the positivity rate on campus remains quite low, no other campus restrictions are being imposed at this time.

Keep Wes Safe

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Wesleyan is taking many measures to make the campus experience as safe and healthy as possible for all students, faculty, and staff. Here, you will find important reminders on safety guidelines that must be followed; links to helpful resources; and a variety of videos showing our safe campus in action.

Safety Guidelines

  • Practice Social Distancing
  • Wear a Face Mask or Covering
  • Follow Testing Protocols
  • Check In on Campus Daily
  • Resources

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      COVID-19 Dashboard

      Visit the dashboard to see results from testing on campus.

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      Testing and Contact Tracing

      Learn about Wesleyan's protocols for testing, contact tracing, and isolation and quarantine.

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      Webinars

      View recordings of virtual webinars and town halls addressing various topics around the 2020-21 academic year.

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      Latest Updates

      Read emails to the Wesleyan community about COVID-19, including regular public health updates from Medical Director Dr. Tom McLarney.

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      FAQ

      Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the Wesleyan experience this academic year.

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    Important Dates

    • Nov. 25-30: Thanksgiving recess 
    • Dec. 1: Classes resume online through the end of the fall semester 
    • Feb. 5: Students may begin returning to campus for spring semester
    • Feb. 5-20: Campus-wide quarantine period
    • Feb. 9: Spring semester classes resume online
    • March 23-24: No-travel Spring Break
    View 2020-21 Academic Calendar