Semester restart at the Haworth College of Business
The Haworth College of Business at Western Michigan University is working hard to protect the health and safety of all students, employees and guests. We are committed to providing you with up-to-date details as WMU’s plans for a safe campus continue to evolve. Visit this page frequently for the latest information from WMU Haworth.
College of business plan
Welcome to WMU Haworth! Though COVID-19 changes the way we interact, it doesn’t change the fact that we are here to offer you personalized attention in everything from your program of choice, to academic and career advising, and beyond. Our faculty and staff have worked tirelessly to develop a return to campus plan that ensures your health and safety. Here, you’ll find the latest updates on building procedures, steps for health screening, office hours for college of business services, and more.
WMU class formats
There are a number of services we are providing remotely as well as special initiatives and tools to help you be successful during this time. We know that feeling connected and having ready access to individuals in order to have your questions answered is more important than ever. As always, the quality of your education is our No. 1 priority. This academic year will require flexibility, resilience and grace. As the following video explains, this year will also be characterized by a high-quality academic experience that puts health and safety at the forefront.
Building hours Haworth College of Business office hours and general operations may differ from previous semesters. Please refer to this schedule for information about the department or office you are seeking.
Daily screening Faculty, staff and students entering the building must complete the WMU pre-screening survey through GoWMU every day. You’ll be asked to show your badge when you get to your classroom.
Social distancing Once inside Schneider Hall, you will notice that spaces have been tailored to allow for proper social distancing. Please follow guidelines to keep a 6-foot minimum distance from others.
Masks and PPE Additional to the daily screening, all students, staff and faculty are required to wear a mask to enter the building. If you don't have a mask, the college will provide one. In addition, other personal protective equipment (PPE) will be made available as needed.
Inside Schneider Hall
Classrooms, labs and common areas have been reduced in seating capacity to allow for proper social distancing and frequent sanitation.
Masks must be worn inside at all times. All stations available for in-person use are spaced to ensure a minimum distance of 6 feet.
Schneider Café will remain closed, but the seating area will be open for use.