Campus 2020-2021 Guide
Important Updates for the 2020-2021 Academic Year
Fall semester concludes Tuesday, November 24, just prior to Thanksgiving. All final papers and assessments will be designed so they can be done from home.
Students who are leaving campus should follow these move-out procedures. Read the "Before Returning Home" guide compiled by the Dean of Students' Office. Students remaining on campus must abide by the updated Community Care Guidelines, which have been updated to reflect the public health conditions on campus and surrounding community.
Spring semester will start with virtual Martin Luther King Day events Monday, Jan. 18, and classes will begin remotely on Tues., Jan. 19, in order to allow for safe move-in and testing. In-person and hybrid classes will begin Mon., Feb. 1.
As we did this fall, we will emphasize flexibility for students and families in the spring semester. We plan to welcome all students who wish to study on campus to be here, while also supporting those students who choose to study remotely. Our courses will, again, provide instruction in a mixture of hybrid, in-person and remote modes. All students should inform the College of their plans for the spring semester via the Spring Semester '21 Intention form by Friday, Dec. 4. (If students need to change their plans after this date, it will still be possible to do so.)
Learn more about the new Wooster Plus Program, which creates flexibility for students by providing the opportunity to complete their studies at Wooster in a ninth or tenth semester, tuition free.
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View our COVID-19 Dashboard for new data released weekly on the health of campus and conditions in Wayne County.
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- CDC Coronavirus Disease Information and Updates
- Information from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC travel health notices, including a map with Levels 1, 2 & 3 Travel Advisories
- Ohio Department of Health Coronavirus Updates
- The Wayne County Health Department, in partnership with the Wayne County Emergency Management Agency, has established a Joint Information Center for individuals to receive accurate and local information. Live and local operators are available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday at 330-263-6363. In the event that you receive a busy signal, please leave a message and you will receive a call back.
- The World Health Organization (WHO)
- Johns Hopkins Center for Health and Security COVID-19 Resources
- State Department Resources for Travelers
- CDC Stigma and Anxiety relating to COVID-19 Resources