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W&M's COVID-19 Response

Report Feeling Ill or Testing Positive: If you're a student, faculty or staff member feeling sick and suspecting you've contracted COVID-19, please visit our resource page for instructions on seeking care during and after normal business hours. If you test positive for COVID-19, please fill out the form at ReportCOVID.wm.edu to notify W&M.

Case Management: William & Mary has established a network of case managers to help students, faculty and staff who test positive for COVID-19 navigate work and study while transitioning to isolation. Visit Case Management & Housing to learn more.

Healthy Together: A Community Commitment: As we face the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic, a commitment to community-wide actions is absolutely essential.

Contact UsWilliam & Mary has set up a call center at (757) 221-7420 to answer questions or report concerns about the fall semester. The call line is staffed from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Students, faculty and staff may also report potential violations of the Healthy Together Community Commitment by visiting covidconcerns.wm.edu or submit comments by email at [[COVIDResponse]].

COVID-19 Dashboard

William & Mary's dashboard provides available public data on regional, local and campus trends regarding COVID-19 testing, results and cases.

Testing

Testing protocols for fall 2020 have been established by the university. All students are required to be tested for COVID-19 before arriving on campus, as are some employees based on the regularity of their contact with students. Other employees have the option to use free testing services subsidized by the university. Prevalence testing occurs at least every two weeks. At-will testing will be offered to students and employees as they leave at the end of the semester.

Fall 2020 Planning

Learn how W&M planned a condensed and in-person fall semester with Path Forward: Fall 2020 information and guidelines.

University Messaging

"The Alma Mater of the Nation stands together in the face of a global pandemic. With great strength of purpose, William & Mary students and their families, faculty, staff and alumni have embraced the work of safeguarding our community while ensuring that our learning and research mission remains strong." – Katherine A. Rowe, President

Questions?

We welcome questions or comments regarding COVID-19 at W&M or the Path Forward: Fall 2020. Your responses will help inform future communications at William & Mary.