All individuals (faculty, staff, students, visitors) are required to wear face coverings when indoors on university property with limited exceptions. Face coverings should also be worn outdoors where 6-foot distancing is difficult to maintain. For additional information and resources on face coverings, visit WSU’s Mask Up page. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends this may assist in slowing the spread of COVID-19 to others.
- Where should I wear face coverings?
- How do I request a face covering?
- How do I properly wear a face covering?
- When is it OK not to wear face coverings?
- Why do I need to wear face coverings in indoor spaces that allow for proper social distancing?
- What do I do if I have a condition that prevents me from wearing face coverings?
- Who am I protecting by wearing a face covering?
- What happens if a student won't wear a face covering?
- How do I approach employees in my area who are not wearing a face covering?
- Do I need to wear a face covering in my private office?
- What if I see an employee on campus not wearing a face covering in a space where they should be?
- What if someone comes to a meeting not wearing a face covering?
- What if my supervisor is not wearing a face covering or telling others in the department it’s OK to not wear a face covering?
- What if a visitor or member of the public is not wearing a face covering in an office?
- What constitutes a face covering?
- What is contact tracing?
Will the university be handling contact tracing?
- What if I suspect someone on campus has COVID-19?
- When/how do I need to self-report?
- Why is Weber State University requiring self-reporting of COVID-19 illness or suspected exposure?
What constitutes COVID-19 exposure?
What happens with health information?