Our commitment to the health and well-being of our campus community

In our fourth academic year affected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus (COVID-19) 69堂精品 continues to take a layered approach, relying on students, staff, and faculty to be active and crucial partners in keeping the community healthy. As such, we offer the following guidance for all students, employees, and visitors of 69堂精品.

Our plans for campus continue to be informed by expert guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, experts from the Cleveland Clinic, and the local Wayne County Health Department. We continue to monitor overall rates of infection on campus, infection and hospitalization rates in Wayne County, the state, and nationally. We continue to update our regularly听and adjust guidelines as needed.

All COVID-19 related questions can be directed to communityhealth@wooster.edu.听


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All incoming students are required to report their vaccination status using the confidential鈥.

Students who cannot be vaccinated for COVID-19 because of a medical reason or sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance may request an exemption through the College. Exemptions or reasonable accommodations are not guaranteed.鈥疭tudents鈥痺ishing to request a vaccine exemption should complete the鈥痭o later than two鈥痺eeks prior to the start of the classes.

Masking and Testing


The College maintains a鈥痬ask optional policy鈥痜or all faculty, staff, students, and visitors, with a few notable exceptions:

  • Students who test positive for COVID-19 must isolate, avoiding close contact with others for a period of five (5) full days. Students may resume normal activities as long as they have been fever-free for 24 hours without fever reducing medication and symptoms are improving, and they have been cleared by a nurse in Wellness. Students who resume normal activities on day 6 or later, must wear a KN95 or N95 mask for the balance of 11 full days around others, regardless of current mask requirement.
  • Faculty and staff have the option to require masks in their own classrooms and personal offices.

Masks are available at Longbrake Student Wellness Center Doors A and D, Service Center, Lowry Center Information Desk, Andrews Library Circulation Desk, and Ruth Williams Hall Stockroom. 鈥痶o make sure you are wearing your mask properly.The College also provides “masks required” door hangs to anyone who needs them.


  • Self-administered, rapid COVID-19 tests for students are available at the Longbrake Student Wellness Center Doors A and D.
  • Employees covered by the College鈥檚 health insurance program may order free tests through and others may order tests through .
Campus Guests and 69堂精品ors

Guests are required to follow Wooster’s current community health guidelines.

Registered admissions visitors and their guests are permitted to be in campus housing and all public spaces as long as they have not tested positive for COVID-19 and are not exhibiting symptoms. When guests have been expressly permitted by the College, individual hosts must recognize their responsibility for their guests.听

Guests who are not associated with a College sanctioned program are not allowed in campus housing but are permitted in public spaces across campus.