Maintaining a primary focus on student and employee health, UW Oshkosh will continue a mixture of in-person and remote instruction for the spring 2021 semester.
This dashboard provides information related to COVID-19 testing for UW Oshkosh employees and students. Data will be updated each weekday.
We ask every student, faculty and staff member to complete a short COVID-19 safety training module and take the Titan Safety Promise.
SCHEDULE A TEST
If you have one or more COVID-19 symptoms or if you have been identified as a close contact, you should schedule a COVID-19 test.
Today we have a few updates on testing, spring semester and vaccinations to share with you. Our response to COVID-19 has moved at a rapid pace and that often means we need to make adjustments based on new or changing information.
We have a number of important updates to share with you today related to COVID-19 testing, vaccinations, spring courses and travel.
Students: It’s finals week and spring semester may be the furthest thing from your mind, but we want to share with you now some of the positive changes we have in store for the rest of the 2020-21 academic year.
It appears our UWO campuses avoided a spike in COVID-19 cases following the Thanksgiving break. In other good news, UWO will shorten quarantine periods in line with new recommendations from the CDC and the Wisconsin DHS.
Due to expanded testing capacity, we are asking all students, faculty and staff members who need a COVID-19 test going forward to schedule that test at the Albee testing site.
Town Hall with Dr. John Newman
Dr. John Newman, Chief Medical Officer at Aurora Medical Center, addressed the UWO community during a Chancellor’s Town Hall on Sept. 2; answering questions about COVID-19 response and safety at UWO. View the Town Hall recording here.
Learn about actions you can take to help make our UWO community more sustainable, and find resources for introducing these ideas to students and peers, on the SIRT Sustainability and COVID-19 website.
Research and Creative Activities
All UW Oshkosh faculty, staff, and students who engage in research or creative activity outside of classroom teaching activities are required to complete the Research and Creative Activity: Standard Operating Procedures Accommodation Form. Exceptions and accommodations requested in this form will be reviewed by Risk and Safety and shared with the appropriate college dean’s office.
UW Oshkosh is required to post periodic reports describing the use of funds distributed from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.
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