Complete a Self-Assessment
On the day you are attending University of Windsor buildings or sites, you must complete a Self-Assessment via the Safe Lancer App or online digital questionnaire.
Safe Lancer App
Before doing your next Self-Assessment, make sure you've updated to the latest version by opening the app and simply tapping the University of Windsor Safe Lancer App banner at the top of the page. Or, to manually update, open the Safe Lancer App and scroll down to select About/Preferences. Scroll down again and select Data Update. Click the Check for Updates button.
Step 1: On app main page click the “COVID-19 Updates & Self-Assessment”
Step 2: Click “Self-Assessment Tool”
Step 3: Click “Start Self-Assessment”. Read the questions carefully and answer “Yes” or “No” and click “Continue”.
Step 4: Confirm answers and submit.
Step 5: Upon completion of the screening questions, you must show confirmation, as appropriate (next steps on bottom of page). Click on the QR code and send via email. (To forward your badge, tap the QR code once. At the top of the badge screen, copy the URL link and paste it into an email to forward.
Note that personal information is private and will not be shared.
Self-Assessment Questionnaire Document
No mobile device? A fillable and printable PDF is also available for download here.
Approved or Denied?
Your Self-Assessment will provide either an Approved or Denied result
|Approved = PROCEED to campus||DENIED = DO NOT PROCEED to campus|
|You may proceed to campus||You should stay home and self-isolate and complete the Ontario COVID-19 self-assessment at www.covid-19checkup.ca and follow the directions provided.|
All Staff/Faculty will be subject to screening spot checks across campus by assigned Health Screeners.
|Your supervisor/department will require that you demonstrate or forward your "Approved" Green badge when attending campus||"Denied" Red badges/results must be sent to the supervisor or department and illness or absence reported as per the University's reporting protocols.|
|All students will be subject to screening spot checks across campus by assigned Health Screeners. Your professor or other authorized university personnel may choose to request to see your completed daily self-assessment prior to admitting you to the classroom or other spaces on campus.||All students are asked to report any illness requiring an academic accommodation through UWinSite. During the COVID-19 Academic Emergency period, you will not need to submit a medical note to indicate illness of any kind. If you are participating in off-campus or workplace settings, you will be guided by faculty or workplace requirements regarding screening/illness reporting. *Exception for JD and Dual JD programs students, who should follow the Faculty of Law protocols.|