Please remember the following COVID-19 safety practices to protect you and your colleagues.
- Masks continue to be required for the entire campus, which includes students, faculty, staff and visitors.
- Vaccines and boosters are highly recommended as the best tool to fight COVID-19. You can get vaccinated through the weekly Wednesday mobile clinic at Charles Koch Arena or at any other vaccination site. See the Sedgwick County vaccine page for additional locations. Student Health Services has temporarily halted vaccines for the WSU community to prioritize medical care for the ill and reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
To help support and remind the Shocker community about masking, vaccines and other safety practices, a digital toolkit is available for print and download for any office or building use.
If you’re interested in getting tested for COVID, there are multiple options.
Students, faculty and staff can schedule a free COVID-19 testing appointment in Student Health Services through the myShockerHealth portal. Login with your Shocker ID and select “Appointments” from the menu.
Wichita State’s Molecular Diagnostics Lab is open 6 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, and offers free testing, along with multiple other locations throughout Sedgwick County, to the entire community.
Please note that wait times to be tested have increased because of growing demand.
The Hughes Metropolitan Complex Testing Site (5015 E. 29th St. North) no longer offers COVID-19 testing.
Thank you for your continued flexibility as we work together during this pandemic.