COVID-19 Information Update

This communication was sent April 7, 2022.

Dear Wildcat,

We hope you are having a great semester. As a reminder, summer registration opened April 4, and fall registration opens on April 11. Please check your eWeber portal for your fall registration times.

As we prepare for upcoming semesters, we are sharing an update to our COVID-19 guidance for WSU.


We know that vaccines reduce the spread of COVID and the risk of significant illness from COVID. Individuals should stay up to date on their COVID vaccinations, including boosters, when eligible. Vaccines are now readily available in our communities. Please visit for information on where to get vaccinated.

This spring, you reported your vaccination status prior to or during registration. If you previously claimed an exemption and have since been vaccinated, please complete the vaccination form again. You can also complete it again to report booster shots. These data, along with information about COVID in our local communities, are utilized to inform our mitigation efforts. 

Face Coverings

Masks are welcome on our campuses. Masks are strongly recommended for individuals in areas experiencing substantial or high transmission of COVID. We also encourage you to please continue to stay home when sick.

We recognize the need to be flexible as COVID continues to evolve as we do not know the impact or severity of future variants. We will continue to increase our face-to-face classes, interactions and events while maintaining the online and virtual programs and services provided over the last two years. For more information on available student services, please visit:

We will update all of you if our COVID guidance changes in the future, and will continue to utilize to field any questions or concerns you may have.

Ravi Krovi
Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs

Brett Perozzi
Vice President for Student Affairs