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.
We know this is a time of year many of you would like to travel home to be with your family. The chance to reunite and share a meal with loved ones is a comfort. This year we crave that comfort even more.
It’s been a few weeks since I’ve provided you with a campus COVID-19 update and today I have important information to share regarding Thanksgiving and testing.
UW Oshkosh is setting up a second COVID-19 testing center at Culver Family Welcome Center on our Oshkosh campus to help stem the surge of cases in our region.
Despite the surge in COVID-19 cases that is taking place in our communities, UWO has been able to remain open due to robust testing and the healthy habits of our community. Read on for updates on our testing strategy, including information about Thanksgiving break.
This week we are announcing delivery of spring semester classes will be very similar to fall semester on our three UW Oshkosh campuses.