Travel-related Guidance

Updated Travel Guidance

The State of Washington and the CDC have both updated their guidance for travel during the COVID-19 pandemic, loosening some of their original restrictions but still emphasizing that travel should occur only when necessary, and all travelers should continue to participate fully in all preventative measures when away from home. PLU’s policies continue to evolve in response to this public guidance.

What does this mean for PLU students?
Click for the travel section of the Return to Learning on Campus guide.

What does this mean for PLU faculty and staff?
Click for the travel section of the Return to Work guide.

What does this mean for visitors to campus?

Per the State of Washington’s Campus Reopening Guide, PLU is asking visitors to “self-certify that they have experienced no COVID-19” symptoms since their last visit to campus. This requirement serves the purpose of ensuring that all campus community members remain vigilant of their health in order to avoid the possible transmission of COVID-19 onto our campus. Download the Visitor Health Attestation Form.

Campus visitors are expected to follow the general guidance above, as well as our particular policies as they relate to different types of guests. Click here for our updated visitor policy.