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Stay informed with UW Novel coronavirus information resources


UW reporting protocols if a student informs you they tested positive for COVID-19

If a student reports to you they have tested positive for COVID-19 or believes they may have been exposed to the virus, you should report this information to Dr. Bernard Anderson, Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Life, at and encourage the student to reach out to Dr. Anderson as well.

If this happens in a class which is meeting in person and you have been in physical proximity with the student, you should also contact UW’s COVID-19 Response & Prevention Team at or 206-616-3344.

In no circumstances should you share a student’s diagnosis or other private medical information with other students or colleagues.


Phase 2: Before you come to campus

  1. Before you can come to campus you must complete an online UW training on COVID-19 safety (it takes 30 minutes).  

  2. Before coming to campus:  

  3. Complete a daily symptom attestation on Workday  

  4. You no longer need to send an email to to let them know when and where you will be.  However, do keep track of the days and times you visit. 

    • Buildings will be accessible only during the hours of 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Mon – Fri, and only with your Husky Card (Carlton Center exception)  


Program Specific Communication 

Over the past several days, we have sent program-specific information using our program-specific listserves. Please check these email annocments, or contact to have them resent to you.  Moving forward, all program specific communication can be found in the links below. For course specific communication please contact your instructor.

Technology and Connectivity Resources:

Staying Connected and Not Isolated in Times of Social Distancing

Across the board, experts are advising us to maintain consistent routines and schedules as we navigate the next several weeks, as well as to find ways to regularly connect with people in our social networks.


UWT Resources for Current Students from Academic Affairs

  • Student Advocacy and Support: assists students to set goals and find on campus and community supports to meet life challenges that create barriers to achieving their educational goals. 
  • Counseling and Psychological Services: provides free, short-term, problem-focused counseling, aimed at building better skills and exploring alternative ways of coping to currently enrolled UW Tacoma students.
  • Student Financial Aid: helps make education affordable through grants, loans, scholarships, work study, veterans’ benefits, childcare assistance, and emergency aid.