What You Need to Know
Last Updated: March 8, 2021
Here’s the latest about daily life at WSU during a pandemic.
Vaccine distribution plans are underway in both Minnesota and Wisconsin. Immunizations have begun for individuals in the highest risk categories and will expand over the next few months to include other groups.
No matter what group you might fall into, the expectation is that by summer, every member of the WSU community should have the opportunity to get vaccinated, as vaccines become more readily available.
Get notified when it's your turn.
Find out when, where and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine, and sign up for vaccine notification:
- WSU Vaccine Student Notification Form
- Minnesota Vaccine Connector
- Wisconsin Vaccine Registry
- All states: Enter your zip code into the Vaccine Finder to learn where and how to get a vaccine in your area.
See the latest information about vaccines for the WSU campus community.
View the WSU COVID-19 Dashboard for the latest reporting about positive cases within the WSU community.
There will be no students dropped from classes due to not paying their bill per the usual payment deadline. Students will be able continue their courses and register for the following semester.
- Contact email@example.com for questions about your financial aid
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about your student charges
The WSU campus is closed to the public. Students, faculty and staff can access campus buildings using their WSU ID cards during open hours.
The WSU-Rochester/RCTC campus has modified hours and access points. See updates on RCTC's response to COVID-19 for info on campus facilities and services.
To help guide our planning for safely reopening our campuses, we have developed a Back-To-Campus Preparedness Plan (PDF). This plan was updated on August 18.
Faculty and staff who wish to return to work on campus must first get approval from their supervisors and get required safety training.
For previous updates, see WSU Campus Messages on COVID-19.