Fall 2020: What to Expect
Our fall course offerings will include in-person, online, virtual, and hybrid classes, providing our students with a variety of course delivery options to best meet their educational needs and preferences.
- Face coverings will be required for all faculty, staff, and students on campus.
- In-person events will have limited participants and we will have more virtual event options, but we will still have plenty of opportunities to stay involved!
- Fall athletic events have been postponed to spring.
- Hand sanitizer will be available in classrooms and there will be plexiglass located at teaching stations.
- Study areas and classroom seating will be spaced out.
- Have a virtual class right after or before an in-person class and need space on campus to log-in to class?
Fall 2020: Virtual & In-Person Services
Get Help With Essentials
Need help with some of the essentials such as housing and food? You can also find help and resources for unemployment and food stamps.
Free UTA Ed Pass
The UTA EdPass will give you transportation on all UTA buses, FrontRunner and TRAX. It is a free benefit from WSU. Ride to school, work, the mall or even Salt Lake or Provo. You won't have to worry about traffic or gas prices. You will be contributing to a healthier environment while having the opportunity to work on homework or take a nap during your commute.
For routes and times, visit www.rideuta.com or call 1-888-RIDE-UTA.
Need a Ride Between Campuses? Ride Lyft!
WSU has partnered with Lyft to provide 50% off rides between the Ogden and Davis Campuses.
- Available Monday through Friday, between 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.
- Discounted rides must have an on campus pick-up and drop-off location
Just complete the request for this service, which provides WSU consent to share your email with Lyft. An email will be sent to you from Lyft with instructions for signing up. Once complete, the Lyft discount will be applied to eligible rides during your time at WSU.
For more information, contact: David Chaffee | firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking On Campus
- All those with a valid A permit may park in any of the A lots this semester.
- The shuttle service from the Dee Events Center will be discontinued on Friday, Sept. 18, end of the business day, for the remainder of the semester.
- All those with a valid Dee Events Center permit may park on campus in the W4 or W5 lots (north of the stadium) or catch the shuttle from University Village.
- Shuttle service will continue from the University Village Community Center to the Library, Monday–Friday 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Shuttle service will run every 15 minutes.
- Those students needing to access WiFi from a parking lot may park at the south end of the W4 lot. Students must turn off the vehicle and must remain in the vehicle. Vehicles parked in the lot without an occupant must have a valid parking permit.
Please contact Parking Services with any questions you may have about these adjustments at 801-626-6533 or email@example.com. For questions about the shuttle route or service, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get Free Help With Stress & Anxiety
The Counseling & Psychological Services Center offers free online drop-in groups for WSU students.
- Virtual Process Group
- Virtual Wildcat Support Network
- Virtual Transgender Process Group
- Virtual LGBTQA Support Group
- Virtual Growing Together Couples Group
- Virtual Mindful Self Compassion Group
Learn More About:
Get free appointment and drop-in tutoring online!
TAO is a platform of free self-help educational modules to help you learn about and change how you think and feel.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information
- Check for the most up-to-date information from WSU
- Code Purple
- Preventing viral infections
- Mental health, preparation and COVID-19
- COVID-19 FAQ
- I am sick. Should I be tested for COVID-19?
- Housing Information
- Utah Department of Health: Info on COVID-19 in English, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Farsi, and many other languages
- For specific questions, you can email email@example.com
Town Halls and Race Relations
Student Town Halls are a virtual format for students to be informed about what is going on in these out-of-the-ordinary times.
Wildcat Conversations: Racism is a video podcast series for all WSU students, staff, and faculty to learn and explore racism in ourselves, our society, and at WSU. Our weekly video podcast series with distinguished guests will cover what racism is, how we establish and engage in difficult conversations, what WSU is doing about racism across campus and the community, and how racism impacts our lives.
Stay Connected to Other Students
Not sure about how to use Canvas? Learn more about Canvas as a student user
Resources for Internet:
- Stewart Library WiFi Hotspot Checkout
- CentryLink is offering discounts to low income residents on the Lifeline program
- Comcast is offering free Internet Essentials for 60 days for those who meet low income requirements. All public WiFi hotspots are open to anyone.
- Check with your local internet provider to see what services they are currently offering for college students.
Spring 2021 Textbooks
- Available Starting December 7