We will protect the pack by carefully monitoring our symptoms through a daily health screening process. This process is required for all students, faculty, staff, and any approved campus guests. See screening locations and hours.
The daily health screening process consists of two steps:
Every day our students, faculty, and staff submit a “Daily Health Screening” self-evaluation report in the SaferMe app. This report gathers information about any new and unexplained symptoms you may be experiencing and if you have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, and asks you to report your temperature. The reporting process takes about 20 seconds. A thermometer has been provided for students, faculty, and staff in a personal equipment kit.
2. Check-in station
After you have completed your self-evaluation, but before you have started your day on campus, you must visit one of our health check-in stations. At the station, an attendant will verify that you have completed your self-evaluation and will check your temperature a second time. Then you will be given a health pass that will indicate you are cleared and that will allow you to access campus that day. While you are on campus you must visibly display this health pass on a lanyard.
Winter quarter clearance for on-campus activity:
You will be able to get your I.D. card sticker when you receive notification from the COVID-19 response team that you have been cleared. This notification will be sent via email to your @wallawalla.edu email account. After you receive that notification, you can pick up your sticker at one of three locations. For information regarding these locations and dates please visit the WWU COVID-19 FAQ page.
*Kellogg Hall location will close at 7:30 pm beginning Jan. 26.*
*WEC location will open at 5:45 am beginning Jan. 26.*
Looking for guest check-in?
View campus guest procedures.
Keep monitoring your symptoms even after you submit your self-evaluation. At any time during the day if you begin to experience any of the following symptoms (or come into contact with someone with these symptoms) immediately report your symptoms at wallawalla.edu/symptom-report.