Safe Return to Campus E-Newsletter
Update August 6, 2020
What’s Open and What’s Not
There are a number of campus services available to support the University of Windsor community. While the campus and all buildings remain closed with the exception of essential services and critical research, you can find a variety of alternative service delivery options including remote online support, curbside pickup and more.
There’s an app for that: Safe Lancer to add new self-assessment feature
Free to download at the end of August 2020, the latest update to the Safe Lancer mobile app will assist with COVID-19 screening on campus. It's an important part of UWindsor's Return to Campus plan.
Residence life Fall 2020
UWindsor is welcoming nearly 200 students to residence for fall 2020. Ensuring the best experience possible under current circumstances, support staff have prepared to make residence life safe, engaging and connected for students living on campus this upcoming term.
To learn more about what is planned and changes, click here.
Update July 23, 2020
Mandatory Non-Medical Mask or Face Covering
In an effort to further support the health and safety of our faculty, staff and students, effective Monday, July 27, 2020, the University of Windsor will require all employees, students, visitors and contractors to wear a non-medical mask or face covering when entering all campus buildings and in common spaces where physical distancing may be difficult (entrances, exits, hallways, stairwells, lounges, washrooms and elevators).
Zone & Flow analysis to ensure safe movement on campus
If you’ve recently been to local grocery store, you are well aware of social distancing signage, traffic guidelines and the requirement to wear a face covering.
The same process is happening to the University of Windsor campus.
Masks to be provided in Return to Campus welcome packages
To ensure a safe transition back to campus, UWindsor is providing three reusable masks to students living in residence this fall, as well as to faculty and staff upon their eventual return.
The masks will be made of washable cloth and were selected after scrupulous quality testing by UWindsor’s Ken Drouillard and Sharon Lackie.