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Wellness requirements for all Lutes

Posted by:
August 10, 2020

To: All students and families
From: Student Life

Dear Lutes and families,

The daily Wellness Check-in is now live! Please familiarize yourself with this simple process so you’ll be ready when it’s time.


Pre-arrival Wellness Check-in
All students should complete the daily pre-arrival Wellness Check-in beginning at least 14 days before arriving on campus. All students are strongly encouraged to follow public-health guidance, limit activities, and stay close to home for the 14 days prior to joining campus life.

During the academic year
All Lutes will be expected to attest to their health via the Wellness Check-in every day that they visit campus or participate in a PLU-related activity this semester, whether they participate in person or remotely.

One exception: students who have opted for 100% remote learning through the fall semester and will not be coming to campus for any reason are excused from Wellness Check-in.

Why a Wellness Check-in?
When all members of our community complete the Wellness Check-in regularly and accurately, community members can have greater assurance about the health of everyone with whom they will come into contact, and individuals who are experiencing symptoms can get the care that they need.

UPON ARRIVAL: Quarantine, test, quarantine (QTQ)
Testing PLU community members at different points throughout the fall is an important component of our mitigation measures. Click on the link below for a list of student groups that have been identified for initial testing.

Do you need to quarantine or be tested before arriving on campus?


In community,

Joanna Royce-Davis,  PhD
Vice President for Student Life
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Elizabeth Hopper, MN, ARNP
Director, Health Center
Pronouns: she/her/hers