For comprehensive University-wide updates, please visit coronavirus.wvu.edu.
While this page will be updated to reflect new information that is predominantly specific to the School of Public Health (SPH), students, faculty and staff should pay close attention to their email accounts and University channels for the most up-to-date information for this evolving situation.
If you have SPH-related updates you'd like to share, please send them via email to Nikky Luna.
Health Sciences community encouraged to complete Building Access Log and wear masks
School of Public Health faculty and staff no longer need to inform Crystal Rhodes when they visit the HSC in person.
To try and minimize the potential spread of COVID-19, Health Sciences leadership is asking all faculty, staff and students to document their building access via the Building Access Log form as well as wear proper personal protective equipment, such as a mask or face covering.
ICYMI: WVU issues updated travel guidelines for campus community
Beginning Tuesday, May 26, all University-related international travel remains prohibited and domestic business travel for WVU employees will be extremely limited and require prior approval by the unit’s vice president or the dean of the college/school.
Individuals returning to the WVU campus from any location outside of West Virginia are subject to a 5-day self-quarantine/self-monitoring period.
Reminder: Portal and most WVU applications will be offline May 22-24
Portal, MAP, eCampus, STAR and most other WVU services will be unavailable from 8 p.m. Friday, May 22 through noon on Sunday, May 24 while electrical equipment is replaced in the One Waterfront Place Data Center.