COVID-19 | Webster University

COVID-19 Pandemic Resources

Continuing Updates on Webster's Preparation and Response

Refer to this page for operational changes, health and illness prevention tips and updates during the SARS-CORONA VIRUS-2 (COVID-19) pandemic.

Daily Health Screening Form

Transition & Adaptability Policy

 

Attestation to Having Reviewed and Understood Policy

 

Info for Employees

Stay home when you're sick, submit your daily health screening before entering campus, and know the Human Resources policies and benefits that affect you.

Info for Employees

University Announcements

View messages shared to the Webster University community from executive leadership, the COVID-19 Task Force, and the Task Force on Transition & Adaptability.

Announcements

Info for Faculty

Originally created for the spring transition to remote course delivery at the beginning of the pandemic, this section will be updated with faculty resources.

Faculty Info

Info for Students

Webster will begin the fall 2020 term as scheduled. This section will be updated as more information and policies for  fall 2020 activities are announced.

Student Info

Health & Safety Tips

The first line of defense against COVID-19 is preparedness and prevention. Consult these CDC resources and Webster policy updates to avoid spreading respiratory viruses.

Tips on Prevention, Safety from CDC

FAQ

Answers to common questions you may have are updated here.

FAQ

Travel Policy & Restrictions

As a public health precaution, those traveling are required to register their plans here. See Webster's travel policy and government recommendations.

Policy and Restrictions

COVID-19 Task Force

Webster's COVID-19 Task Force was launched at the beginning of the pandemic to collect and communicate important information affecting our community.

COVID-19 Task Force

Operational Changes by Campuses

Courses at most campuses will be taught remotely through the summer 2020 term. Find out how COVID-19 has affected operations at your campus.

Operational Changes

Who to Contact

Hotline resources are available by state and region. We're helping our community find local websites, phone numbers and email addresses.

Contact Information

Questions

The covid19@webster.edu email address has been created for questions about operations that are not already addressed on this website. We encourage community members to first read these pages and the various links and sections to get the latest updates. However, this email is available to funnel specific questions to the subject matter experts within Webster’s operations for all other questions that cannot be addressed in these webpages.

 

Additional Helpful Links

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