If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or think you may have been exposed, fill out the self-reporting form to qualify for a free test.
If you are not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms but work, live, or attend classes on any Weber State campus, fill out the COVID test request form to be tested for free.
Last updated: May 17, 2021 — (9:40 a.m. MDT)
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- Weber State University is offering three free COVID-19 vaccine clinics for the campus community in partnership with Weber-Morgan Health Department (WMHD). The remaining clinics will be held May 18 and 25, 4–8 p.m., in the Dee Events Center.
- No appointment is necessary and walk-ups are welcome. If you’d prefer, you can schedule an appointment for these clinics by visiting the WMHD appointment website.
- While supplies last, Weber State will be handing out free T-shirts for anyone who gets vaccinated at these clinics.
- Beginning May 19, face coverings will no longer be required in WSU facilities, but are strongly recommended for individuals who have not been vaccinated, per CDC guidelines. The university reserves the right to still require face coverings under certain circumstances, such as large gatherings, specific events or work environments (i.e., food preparation locations), or as conditions change. More information is available on the face coverings page.
- Weber State University has made free COVID-19 testing available for all members of our campus community. This coincides with a Utah Department of Health mandate requiring all university and college students in Utah to be tested regularly for COVID-19.
- Since January, students, faculty and staff have been randomly selected to take a COVID-19 test. You will receive an email if you are selected to be part of this randomized surveillance testing. You can still sign up for symptomatic and non-symptomatic testing as well.
- All individuals coming to campus must comply with on-campus mitigation strategies. More information is available on the student page, as well as the testing and safety page.
- By law, we are required to report positive tests to the health department. We will also be sharing that information with our campus contact tracers. Otherwise, your information will remain private and kept confidential.
- If you test positive for COVID-19, come in close contact with someone who did or have symptoms related to COVID-19, please fill out the self-report form.
- Do not come to campus when sick, practice good hygiene, stay 6 feet apart when possible and wear face coverings if you're not vaccinated.
- The 2021 summer semester will feature flexible course delivery methods, including in-person, online, virtual and hybrid.
- Contingency plans are in place for how we will deliver courses in any recovery stage, including if the state moves back to a heightened risk level or a specific situation arises on campus.
- In order to provide everyone a more traditional college experience come fall 2021, it is important that we continue to:
- Get vaccinated
- Maintain physical distance
- Wear face coverings (if not vaccinated)
- Keep classroom and office spaces clean
- Practice good hygiene
- Stay home when sick
- Organizers who wish to hold events on campus will need to submit a completed event planning form outlining the nature of the event, including a plan for how the event will manage/address COVID-19 safety concerns.
COVID-19 Case Count
(Last updated: May 14, 2021)
Starting May 7, the university is posting the weekly COVID-19 case count every Friday, as well as adding to the cumulative total. These numbers reflect people who reported a positive COVID-19 test to Weber State after having been on one of our campuses in the 14 days prior to testing positive.
- Last seven days: 3
- Cumulative total since Jan. 1, 2020: 653
This website is not intended to be all-encompassing and should not be considered to be providing medical or legal advice. In all instances, you should consult with a relevant expert for guidance specific to your circumstances.