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William Woods COVID-19

It is strongly recommended all students receive vaccination for COVID-19.

At William Woods University, we are committed to the health and safety of our entire campus community. With the 2020-2021 semester underway with in-person classes on campus, we are strictly abiding by all procedures and best practices as mandated by the Callaway County Health Department, Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). All individuals testing positive for the COVID-19 virus are required to self-isolate for a period of 10 days, and may only return to in-person classes (students) or work (employees) with notification of recovery from a physician.

In addition, we are committed to transparency with regard to positive cases on campus. Be advised that due to HIPAA regulations, William Woods must protect the privacy of individuals who test positive and is therefore unable to identify persons by name. Those who may have been in close contact with an infected person can expect to be contacted by the WWU Health Services and provided with further information regarding next steps in terms of quarantine or testing.


This is the final report for the Spring semester.

  • Students: Total active cases: 0, Recovered: 38
  • Employees: Total active cases: 0, Recovered: 30

This information is updated at least once a week.

View historic case information.
Term Total Cases
Fall 2021
(August - December, 2021)
Students: 24, Employees: 11
Spring 2021
(January - April, 2021)
Students: 10, Employees: 3
Fall 2020
(August - December, 2020)
Students: 24, Employees: 25

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