Isolation spaces are set aside in each of UWM’s residence halls, including for guest housing in Kenilworth Square Apartments. Students who live in UWM residence halls should contact University Housing to arrange for isolation (in the case of a positive… Read more
No. Masks may be required while on campus in specific locations or at health care professional training programs. Free surgical-style disposable masks and N95 masks are available at masking stations in the Student Union, Golda Meir Library’s West Wing and… Read more
If you are a student who lives in a residence hall and have been exposed to COVID-19, follow the CDC’s Isolation and Exposure guidance and notify University Housing staff using this online form to find out the next steps.
All students and employees who have COVID-19 symptoms, have tested positive for COVID-19 or have had close contact with someone who has COVID-19 should use guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help determine when to return… Read more
No. Employees should notify their supervisor when they need to take sick leave or time off, such as when isolation is recommended by the CDC Isolation and Exposure Calculator. Students who live in UWM residence halls should contact University Housing… Read more
UWM recommends using the CDC’s Isolation and Exposure Calculator for the most recent guidance when you are a close contact.
UWM is not hosting on-campus testing clinics during the summer, but students and employees may search for testing sites in their community at this state Department of Health Services webpage. Students who have COVID-19 symptoms or primary exposure should call… Read more