Seattle/King County and Westchester County, NY students and families: Important information about spring semester

March 10, 2020 Dear students and parents/families, As part of Washington University’s increasing response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, I am writing to inform you that if you (or your student) have traveled home to Seattle/King County or Westchester County, NY for spring break, you should stay there because you are not permitted to return […]

IMPORTANT WashU Updates on COVID-19 as of 2:00 pm March 9th 2020

March 9, 2020 Dear parents and families, In an effort to keep both the campus community, and you as parents, abreast of the current directives from the university, please see the email below from Andrew Martin, Washington University in St Louis Chancellor. The focus of the email centers around travel, visitors, study abroad, and university […]

WashU COVID-19 Update

March 8, 2020 Dear parents and families, As you may have heard, the first case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the state of Missouri was identified yesterday, in St. Louis County. While it was not unexpected that we would have a case here as the virus has continued to spread globally and in the U.S., we understand this […]

WashU Update Regarding COVID-19 and Spring Break Travel

March 6, 2020 Dear parents and families, I am writing to share more updates from Washington University in St. Louis on COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). We continue to work to support our students’ wellness and safety regarding this issue. The email below was sent out to students late yesterday regarding spring break and other COVID-19-related information. […]

WashU Update Regarding COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)

March 3, 2020 Dear parents and families, I am writing to share updates from Washington University in St. Louis on COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). Our students’ health and well-being remain our top priorities. At present, there are no known cases in St. Louis. We continue to work to support our students’ wellness and safety regarding this […]

WashU Update Regarding CoronaVirus

  January 30, 2020 Dear parents and families, I am writing to share updates from Dr. Cheri LeBlanc, Executive Director of WashU’s Habif Health and Wellness Center on the novel CoronaVirus (2019-nCoV). At present, there are no still cases at Washington University in St. Louis. The university has now issued a travel suspension for mainland […]

Update on Novel Coronavirus 2019- nCov

  Dear parents & families, We take the health and safety of our students very seriously and want to make sure you stay well informed. I am writing to share a message that Dr. Cheri LeBlanc, Executive Director of WashU’s Habif Health & Wellness Center, sent to the WashU community this afternoon about an outbreak […]