On Jan. 31, classes and experiences will return to being held largely in person.
Masks are required inside all University buildings and facilities.

A safe return for winter quarter

Health and well-being continue to be our priority as we respond to changing circumstances with a combination of in-person and online instruction across all three UW campuses to start winter quarter. Classes and experiences will return to being largely in person on Jan. 31.

The University requires requires masks indoors for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, and also requires all students and personnel to be vaccinated. These are just two of the many health and safety measures in place.

We remain committed to providing a high-quality Husky Experience for every student, supporting the University of Washington’s vital research and service missions, and continuing to provide the outstanding medical care that keeps our community healthy.

If you are sick with any illness, you must stay home, even if you are fully vaccinated.

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Worried you may have COVID-19?

If you have confirmed or suspected COVID-19, learn how to care for yourself and protect others, as well as who to notify at the UW.

Winter Quarter 2022

Winter quarter 2022

Learn about how we’re approaching safe learning this winter, including factors used in making decisions about campus operations.

Husky Coronavirus Testing

Husky Coronavirus Testing

Learn more about this voluntary research study and how you can enroll, as well as options for other no-cost testing in the area.

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COVID-19 vaccinations

Get answers to vaccine questions and find a vaccine provider today.