And the first winner is…

Congratulations to our first vaccine verification prize winner… Michelle Fargher Assistant Director, Donor Engagement and Stewardship Constituent Engagement Michelle’s reason for getting the vaccine: “ My biggest reason to get vaccinated was to see my family again. Due to their ages, immunocompromisation, and pregnancy, I…

Important update – employee vaccine policies

Dear PLU Faculty and Staff, On May 21, the governor issued a new Healthy Washington Proclamation 20-15.13 requiring employers must obtain proof of vaccination or obtain a self-attestation from each employee, certifying their fully vaccinated status, before the employee may work at a worksite without…

Together, you did it!

Dear PLU Community, It’s the last day of spring finals at PLU! Thank you for all of your extraordinary efforts this semester. Students, staff, and faculty across the university have been actively working with and for each other to keep everyone healthy and safe—and we…

Important May Health and Safety Updates

1. Updated CDC guidance says fully vaccinated people can take off their masks indoors and outdoors Yesterday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no longer need to wear masks or physically distance, except where…

PLU Vaccination Event This Wednesday May 12

Dear PLU Community, We will host another vaccination event on campus Wednesday, May 12, from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. The link gives PLU members like you (and your family) access to register early. This is a walk-up clinic in the Morken parking lot . Register…

PLU Vaccination Event – Sign up for this Thursday!

PLU Community: We will have a vaccination event on campus this Thursday, April 29, from 9:00am – 5:00pm. The link provided gives PLU members like you (and your family) access to register early. There will be drive-through and walk-up options during the clinic in the…

What does Pierce County’s Phase 2 rollback mean for PLU?

As Pierce County moves back to Phase 2, what does that mean for the PLU campus?  As of April 16, Pierce County will roll back to Phase 2 of the governor’s Healthy Washington Roadmap plan . After receiving this notice from the county, we carefully…

March healthy and safety update

To: PLU Community From: Office of the President Dear PLU Community, As the world marks the pandemic’s one-year anniversary with deep sadness, we remember all who have lost their lives to COVID-19, and the inequities that have defined the response over the last year. Today,…