Good Morning –
We are writing to update you on the testing, quarantine, and screening requirements outlined by Dr. Rue based on your on-campus status:
You are expected to complete the testing requirement. If you have not yet done so, please proceed with ordering your testing kit today and have it sent to your on-campus PO Box.
If you need assistance while ordering your test please use Azova’s chat feature online or call their service center at 844-692-9682 (menu option “2”)
Please complete your test in a timely manner and drop it back at the USPS box located between Reynolda Hall and Benson. Pick-up at this box is 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m. on Saturday.
For details for pick-up hours, please visit mailservices.wfu.edu
Undergraduate students residing in University housing or off campus must complete a 14-day self-quarantine period concluding on the day prior to their move-in date or accessing campus. While in self-quarantine, students are expected to remain in their residence and avoid exposure to anyone who is infected or who may have been exposed to someone infected with COVID-19. If contact with visitors to the residence is unavoidable, students should maintain a minimum of six feet of distance, wear a cloth face covering, and practice diligent hand washing. Please begin your quarantine immediately after you complete your transition into fall housing.
Undergraduate students who will be residing in University housing or accessing campus are expected to complete a daily COVID-19 symptom screening using an online tool, SneezSafe, which was developed in partnership with Wake Forest Baptist Health. Students should log onto the site to register by Tuesday, August 4, and start using this screening tool the day they check into their fall housing. Students will be expected to continue to use the tool at the beginning of each day throughout the semester.
If you have questions or concerns, please let us know.
Zach Blackmon, Ph.D., MBA
Associate Director of Operations
- July 27, 2021
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