Coronavirus - Campus Response

The Titan Pledge is our collective commitment as a community to personal and public health. New students in the fall of 2021 will be asked to sign this pledge and returning students should refresh these expectations.

COVID-19 Cases

Illinois Wesleyan University students, faculty, and staff play a critical role in responding to the global pandemic and reducing the spread of COVID-19. 

We continue to monitor the progression of the Delta variant and the evolving guidance from the CDC and local, state, and national governmental agencies about masking, testing, and group gatherings. We anticipate that guidance will continue to evolve regarding key transmission mitigation strategies and we will provide regular updates.

Get Vaccinated!

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Students must report their vaccination status.

Use a Mask

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Wear inside at all times in public areas, and outside when physical distancing is not possible.

Proper Mask Procedure

Mask should cover mouth and nose
Both your nose and mouth should be covered by your mask.

Practice Physical Distancing

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Maintain recommended distancing from those around you.

Assess Your Health

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Take your temperature daily; if sick, self-isolate and seek medical care.

Wash Your Hands

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Wash frequently and avoid touching your face.

COVID Response Highlights

Keeping Our Community Safe

Through her many campus roles, Vickie (Noltkamper) Folse ’86 has helped the Illinois Wesleyan community safely navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

Marriott Hotel lobby"Suite Life" for Traveling Titans

The Bloomington-Normal Marriott Hotel & Conference Center and Illinois Wesleyan collaborated for a creative housing solution for students during the 2020-21 school year.