Campus COVID Update
Updated on: (May/23/2021)
Campus Mask Update FAQs
On May 14, Oklahoma State University (OSU) announced it would no longer require the mandated use of masks or social distancing on campus or at any OSU sponsored activity. Two exceptions exist: Masks will still be required on transit buses due to Department of Transportation requirements, and masks will be required in certain areas of University Health Services. Although mask mandates for campus are no longer in effect, community members may continue to voluntarily wear masks based on their own needs.
OSU has developed some Face Mask Frequently Asked Questions, which include answers to some of the most asked questions received after the announcement.
COVID-19 vaccinations are still available, and OSU encourages everyone to get the vaccination. Opportunities for vaccinations are available through University Health Services. To schedule an appointment, please view information here. Also, remain diligent with hand washing and stay home when feeling ill.
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Updated on: (Apr/30/2021)
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Updated on: (Apr/28/2021)
Below is a link to updated mask guidance from the CDC that was published Apr/27/2021 and attached is a diagram chart that provides an overview of some of the recommendations. These changes were for outdoor specific recommendations of vaccinated individuals. Overall there isn’t anything that will drastically change from our current campus approach since we are not identifying vaccination status of employees, students, or participants of events on campus. For graduation ceremonies we will stay the course with our current approach since the CDC recommends that both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals still mask for events of this nature.
Updated on: (Apr/16/2021)
On Thursday, April 8, our campus hosted an event that provided thousands of vaccinations to our community and beyond. We are overjoyed with the success provided by the efforts of our University Health Services (UHS) staff as well as other campus community members who have worked tirelessly to provide solutions to our campus in the form of testing, research and vaccinations, as well as disinfection and classroom/facility solutions.
To our colleagues who have chosen to receive their vaccinations, we thank you for your diligence to ensure normal operations in the fall. For those of you who have not yet had the opportunity to receive your vaccination, please watch for more options within our State and do not wait to complete this very important personal action.