Keep Wes Safe

Spring Semester

Wesleyan is excited to welcome our students, faculty, and staff back to Middletown for the spring semester. After a successful reactivation of campus in the fall, and thanks to our committed and caring community, we are confident that we have strong systems in place to limit the spread of COVID on campus. It will require all of us to be diligent in following Safety Guidelines at all times in order to keep Wesleyan safe.

We will continue with our regular surveillance testing and contact tracing protocols, and are following federal and state guidelines for personal protective equipment (PPE) and cleaning/disinfecting. Faculty and staff are expected to follow guidance in the Community Agreement, and students to abide by the Code of Conduct (which has been updated for the spring semester), at all times.

As in the fall, Wesleyan continues to offer a full array of in-person, online, and hybrid courses so all students can engage in our rich and diverse curriculum while making progress toward their degrees. Food services and residential life are organized with safety in mind.

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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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