Healthy WPU

For All Students

Testing Before Arriving on Campus

To protect the health and wellbeing of our campus community, the University is implementing re-entry Coronavirus testing for the Spring 2022 semester.

All unvaccinated students are required to report to the Wellness Center for testing before accessing campus. Walk-in testing is open from 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9, and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 10 and 11.

If you have questions please email HealthServices@peace.edu

If you are vaccinated, please upload your COVID-19 vaccine card to the Magnus Health portal.

Vaccination for COVID-19

The University strongly recommends that all students receive the COVID-19 vaccine before arriving on campus for the Spring 2022 semester.  Students who are *fully vaccinated will benefit by being excluded from:

  • Required pre-arrival COVID testing to be cleared to access campus
  • Surveillance/random COVID testing scheduled during the semester
  • Mandatory quarantine requirement if exposed to a COVID positive contact (details on quarantine requirements are outlined below).

When you receive the COVID-19 vaccine before arriving on campus, please upload a screenshot of your vaccine card to the Magnus Health portal (immunization section).  To find a convenient location to receive your vaccine, visit www.vaccines.gov.

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If you receive positive test results

You are required to immediately notify The Wellness Center at HealthServices@peace.edu for guidance on your return to campus.

Students who test positive are required to remain home for 10 days of isolation (from the date of testing) per CDC guidelines.  

Thank you for your cooperation as we continue to work together to keep everyone healthy and our community safe. 

For those living on campus

Guest Policies

  • The following guest policy will be in place for and will be re-evaluated based on the status of the virus. Changes to the guest policy will be communicated to the campus community. 
    • Students are not permitted to have guests from outside of the WPU Community in the residence halls, including their individual residence hall rooms. Outside guests include individuals who are not current WPU faculty, staff, or students. 
    • These restrictions may not apply to some people, such as personal care attendants for students with disabilities.
    • Students may have one additional WPU Community member as a guest in their individual residence hall space. WPU Community members include students and faculty and staff who are conducting official university business​. 
    • All students must abide by all community health guidelines and WPU guest policies, as well as maximum occupancy requirements.
    • Students may not have overnight guests in the residence halls.

Face Coverings

  • Residential students must comply with the current University requirements for face coverings and face masks while indoors in residence hall common areas such as restrooms, lobbies, lounges, elevators, and stairwells.
  • Residents are not required to wear a mask or face covering when inside their private residence hall room or apartment. 

Occupancy Limitations

  • We look forward to providing more programming, services, and events for the Spring 2022 semester with in-person events that meet the campus safety and health protocols. We will continue to offer virtual events.
  • Occupancy limitations for common spaces and lounges will be re-examined and these spaces will remain open for use. Please review posted signage for occupancy limits for common spaces and lounges.

Other information for residential students

  • We will maintain increased cleaning and sanitization throughout our residential communities to provide a safe and healthy living environment for all.
  • For the health and safety of all residents, there will be no room changes for the Spring semester except for extenuating circumstances or emergencies.
  • Residential students must have an emergency plan that includes a location they may go to if the University’s residential status changes or if the student becomes ill and needs to leave campus.