Every Wednesday through end of September
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Mobile medical unit in Floyd Building parking lot
(location changed for ease of access) Free | No appointment needed
Gov. Inslee announced a statewide mask mandate that will include vaccinated individuals in indoor settings.
Effective Monday, Aug. 23, all individuals over the age of 5 must wear a mask while in indoor settings that may be accessed by the public, including restaurants, grocery stores, malls and public-facing offices, regardless of vaccination status. The mandate also applies to schools (including colleges and universities).
There will be limited exceptions when masks aren’t required, such as office spaces not easily accessible to the public where individuals are vaccinated, and when working alone indoors or in a vehicle with no public face-to-face interaction.
First, if you test positive you should isolate at home to avoid exposing others. You will be contacted by contact tracers who will attempt to identify others who may have been exposed, please answer their questions to the best of your ability. Based on the rate of infections locally, contact tracers are being overwhelmed, so we encourage you to notify people, directly, if you’ve been in close contact with them.
Second, for students, please notify your instructor(s). They should work with you to make course resources available so that you do not fall behind. This will also allow us to start tracing possible contacts on campus. This may mean that you receive a call from two contact tracers – one from the county, and one from WSU. All contact tracing is confidential, nobody will be told who tested positive.
Have a question? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The provost’s office will add questions and ensure information is aligned with current federal, state, and university policies.
Telework agreement form (new version)
Those who are interested in continuing their teleworking plan or in starting a new telework agreement (must be agreed upon and approved by your supervisor) are required to submit the newly posted form:
All on-campus events should be entered into 25Live for scheduling resources. Scott Tomren, campus safety officer, will review all submitted events and will follow-up with groups if there are issues as it pertains to providing services amid COVID-19.