Wesley College Health & Safety Protocols for Spring 2021 Semester
Wesley College’s plan to reopen the campus continues to be with the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff at the forefront, utilizing guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and other National and State best practices.
Wesley College will collectively ensure, as best as possible, the safest and educationally conducive campus environment, while at the same time doing our part with our city, county, and state agencies in preventing and/or mitigating the chance of COVID-19 infections on campus.
All members of our campus community will be required to read, understand, and agree to our Protect Wesley Pledge.
What You Can Expect
- Increased cleaning of common areas and surfaces, as well as increased hand sanitation dispensers and sanitizing wipes located throughout campus.
- Class rooms and dining facilities will be set up to support proper social distancing.
- Plexi-glass barriers will be implemented and signage directing movement will be implemented where appropriate.
Prior To Arriving To Campus
To ensure the safety and wellbeing of yourself as well as the Campus Community, you will be required to self-screen/monitor by performing a Daily Health Screening/COVID-19 Checklist.
You can access the Daily Health Screening/COVID-19 Checklist via My.Wesley.edu and click on the “COVID PASS” button located on the upper left hand corner of the page.
You will need to complete the Daily Health Screening/COVID-19 Checklist before leaving home or dorm room and arriving on campus each day.
The Daily Health Screening/COVID-19 Checklist is a series of five questions that if you answer no to all five questions you will be cleared to proceed to campus and/or class.
Concerns Identified in Daily Health Screening
If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html) such as fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, loss of smell or taste, etc., call your health care provider for guidance and additional screening.
If you have any symptoms of respiratory infections such as fever, shortness of breath, severe sore throat, or muscle aches, call your health care provider for guidance and potential screening.
Additionally, even if your health care provider does not test you for COVID-19, you should not come to campus until at least seven (7) days after symptoms have been resolved.
Contact the Wellness Center at 302-736-2521 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and also notify the Dean of Students Office at 302-736-2443 or via email to email@example.com if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.