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Return to Campus

We Look Forward to Welcoming You Back!

With the guidance of the CDC, CA, OR, and local officials, we are working to reopen our campus locations in Pomona and Lebanon in a careful and staged manner. Your safety is our primary concern.

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:

  • Practicing social distancing (6 ft. apart)
  • Wear face covering or mask, and gloves if your role calls for their use
  • Wash your hands often
  • Use hand sanitizer (available on campus)
  • Have your temperature checked as you enter buildings and disclose any COVID-19 symptoms. If you have a fever higher than 100.4 degrees, you will not be allowed to enter the building and will be encouraged to see your health care provider.

WesternU Responds to Covid-19

COMP Alumnus helps build N95 mask decontamination center

Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific (COMP) alumnus Jason Wei, DO ’17, was on a pediatric rehabilitation rotation at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA)

WesternU researchers developing better understanding of COVID-19

WesternUResearching COVID-19 to develop treatments is a global effort, and Western University of Health Sciences is contributing to this scientific knowledge. WesternU faculty recently published two separate articles investigating COVID-19.

WesternU helps expedite COVID-19 testing

Western University of Health Sciences faculty and staff are collaborating with a local surgeon to expedite the COVID-19 testing process.

WesternU COMP student helps homeless through family foundation

COMP student Farhan Himmati started the Himmati Foundation with his mother and two brothers. The foundation provides masks, gloves and food to homeless shelters across the country.