We are Welcoming You Back – Slowly and Carefully
With the guidance of the CDC, CA, OR, and local officials, we are learning to live with COVID-19. As our students, faculty, and staff are slowly being allowed to return to campus, it is mandatory that everyone coming to our campuses comply with the safety protocols listed on this site.
In addition to the information contained in these pages, please also see the Guide for Returning to Campus.
Learning to Live With COVID-19
We are creating a culture of health and safety on campus in which everyone plays a role in protecting themselves and others from the risk of contracting COVID-19.
When on Campus Property, you must:
- Complete the Qualtrics Survey prior to entering any WesternU building.
- Everyone over the age of 2 years is required to wear a face covering. View this short CDC video on face coverings.
- Your temperature might be checked as you enter buildings, and you must disclose if you, or anyone you have been in close contact with in the past 10 days, have any COVID-19 symptoms.
- If you have a fever higher than 100.40 Fahrenheit, you will not be allowed to remain on campus, and will be advised to go home, notify your supervisor or College, and speak to your health care provider.
- You must wash your hands often and use hand sanitizer.
- You must always practice social distancing (6 feet apart).
WesternU Responds to Covid-19
Newly-released enrollment figures show Western University of Health Sciences remains a highly-valued destination for students wanting to impact society as health care professionals. WesternU has an enrollment of 3,816 students for the 2020-21 academic year, an increase from the 2019-20 count of 3,792. The University welcomed more than 1,100 new students in the fall.
Western University of Health Sciences has secured Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for its College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific-Northwest students to last them through their clinical rotations this academic
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Western University of Health Sciences, which has campuses in Pomona, California and Lebanon, Oregon, is gaining national recognition from the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) for developing two algorithms to help physicians and other health care providers think through issues related to student exposures to COVID-19 at home or while on clinical rotations.
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Western University of Health Sciences has raised more than $90,000 to provide direct relief for students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WesternU established the fund in March 2020 as campuses and
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