For fall, William & Mary has moved to a phased re-opening that will host fewer students on-campus prior to Labor Day. This dedensification is in response to regional health trends, stricter state guidelines put into effect in late July and the university's ongoing commitment to facilitate a safe and healthy return to campus.
The university has developed Path Forward: Fall 2020 guidelines and resources to facilitate this transition. These measures are part of a coordinated effort to support physical distancing and reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Is COVID-19 testing available through the university?
- What is the approval process for using Public Health Emergency Leave?
- Do the state's guidelines regarding face coverings apply on campus?
"It has been moving, and heartening, to listen as an unprecedented shift has taken place. In barely more than a week, William & Mary faculty and staff reinvented their spring semesters … Despite the intense worry and uncertainty that all of us are feeling, the sense of shared purpose at William & Mary is strong. The clear throughline … is care for others. That speaks volumes about who we are as a community." — Katherine A. Rowe, President