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COVID-19 Response

As we all navigate this unprecedented period, WMU students, staff, faculty and leaders are committed to demonstrating the resilience, grit and hard work that are hallmarks of our Bronco way of life. Although WMU will not compromise on what makes our University unique, we must be flexible in responding to this novel coronavirus to ensure we are balancing educational excellence with health, safety and financial realities.

WMU's general safety plan advances four strategies:

Masks: Required of everyone while indoors, including in classrooms.
Rapid-result testing: Even for mild symptoms, testing is available to all on campus. Employees must complete a daily health screening. Everyone, including students, will be asked to isolate if they test positive.
Vigilant hygiene: Frequent hand washing and cleaning of high-touch surfaces.
Physical/social distancing: Maintaining at least 6 feet of distance from others while in public spaces.

This COVID-19 microsite is updated regularly to reflect the latest developments in our response to the pandemic and to keep you apprised of other important related information.

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Latest Developments

The fall 2020 schedule is set. Students will return to campus Sept. 2.

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Financial impact

Financial Impact

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major economic fallout, with universities throughout the nation contending with severe budget deficits. Learn more about actions WMU has taken to respond to financial challenges.

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