The WSU Tri-cities campus has returned to normal operations. That area and the campus experienced a widespread outage on the evening of Tuesday, Sept 20th. Power was restored early this morning and the campus has resumed normal operations.
WA “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order and WSU PullmanMarch 23, 2020 8:52pm
UPDATE 5/1/20 3:30p.m.
WA Governor Inslee has extended the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order through May 31, 2020. This extension will not include any further restrictions, and there may be lifting of some restrictions in the coming weeks.
UPDATE 4/2/20 6:00p.m.
WA Governor Inslee has extended the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order through May 4th, 2020. This extension will not include any further restrictions. WSU operations will continue; however, only essential personnel are to report to their physical WSU work location.
Earlier tonight, Governor Inslee issued a “Stay Home Stay Healthy” order for the state of Washington. For additional information on how this affects our WSU community, see this link to updated language on the WSU Human Resource Services website.
WSU Pullman has received personal reports of positive tests for COVID-19. WSU is investigating these reports to determine the validity of the information and will continue to update the WSU community of confirmed cases of COVID-19 that might impact our WSU Pullman population. At this time, there have been no official reports of positive test results. When official reports are received from Whitman County Public Health, we will work to inform and provide guidance to all close contacts of the individual as soon as possible.
You may see increased cleaning throughout campus due to self-reports of possible exposures to individuals who have been tested for COVID-19. WSU custodial staff has increased cleaning frequencies for high use locations on campus and is using COVID-19 sanitation guidelines from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Washington State Department of Health (DOH) for all routine cleaning including common touch surfaces.
WSU has taken proactive steps such as moving to online classes and telework to enhance social distancing. By limiting the number of people on campus, we can reduce the potential for community spread of COVID-19. The WSU community should continue to be vigilant with social distancing, including:
- Stay home when you are sick – this is very important for all illnesses, but especially for the duration of a respiratory illness
- Students, if you have not returned to Pullman, please stay at home if you are able.
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and use alcohol-based sanitizer frequently
- Avoid touching your mouth, nose, and eyes with unwashed hands
- Cover your coughs and sneezes by coughing into your elbow or a tissue
- Frequently clean and disinfect high-touch and common surfaces
- Enhance social distancing (more than 6 feet)
- Stay away from people who are sick
- If you have coronavirus symptoms – fever, cough and shortness of breath – or if you have questions about your personal health, contact your health care provider.
Information included here and in the WSU Alert notification sent 3/23/20 are intended to keep our community as informed and safe as possible and to meet Clery Act compliance.
This is a test of the WSU Alert System. On September 13th, 2016 at 12:05 test notifications were sent out to WSU Pullman students, faculty and staff who were signed up to receive alerts through MyWSU. The WSU Alert system was created to disseminate time critical safety information to the campus population. WSU encourages students, faculty and staff to be personally ALERT to developing incidents, ASSESS each emergency individually, and ACT to ensure their own safety.
If you feel as though you should have received an emergency notification, but did not, please check to make sure your contact information is correct in MyWSU. If you … » More …
The WSU Office of Emergency Management will be conducting the fall semester test of the WSUAlert system on the Pullman campus Tuesday, September 13th, at 12:05 p.m. Faculty, staff and students associated with the Pullman campus who have signed up for emergency notifications will receive text messages, phone calls, and emails which will be clearly identified as a test. This test will also include the campus outdoor warning sirens. If you hear the sirens, you should take shelter and be aware of your surroundings.
Washington State University places the safety and security of its students, employees, and visitors as its highest priority. WSU has developed … » More …
Power to all Pullman Campus buildings has been restored. Resume operations as normal.
WSU Pullman is temporarily experiencing a power outage in sections of campus, outlined below.
CARVER FARM-STAUBER RAPTOR FACILITY
CARVER FARM-FISH VIVARIA BUILDING
CARVER FARM-STORAGE BUILDING
CARVER FARM-VET MED TEACHING BARN
CARVER FARM-VET MED PADDOCKS BUILDING
CARVER FARM-VET MED TEACHING BARN SUPPORT SHED
CARVER FARM (SITE)
USDA EQP STG
USDA ARS WRPIS-EQUIPMENT STORAGE
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