To help keep the Seattle U community and community-at-large stay safe, we continue to follow the procedures and protocols set forth by public health officials. The best protection against COVID-19 is to stay up to date with vaccinations.
- COVID-19 Vaccinations: Effective July 1, 2023, Seattle University no longer requires students, faculty and staff to provide documentation of their COVID-19 vaccinations. However, the university strongly encourages all members of the campus community to stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines, and therefore get vaccinated against COVID-19 and receive any recommended booster dose(s) when eligible to do so. Visit CDC for more information.
- Face Coverings: Effective April 3, 2023, the State of Washington ended its requirement that masks be worn in healthcare facilities. State and county public health guidance continues to recommend the wearing of masks in health care settings and organizations have the option at their discretion to require the wearing of masks. Please follow any mask requirements for the Student Health Center, Counseling and Psychological Services and Disability Services.
Seattle University will continue to monitor public health guidance and make any adjustments that might be needed to our COVID protocols.
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