The health and safety of our students, faculty and staff are top priorities at UW-Stevens Point. We are committed to addressing concerns regarding the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and will continue to provide information on how we are slowing the spread on our campus.

Face coverings are required indoors in public spaces, including classrooms, laboratories, studios and other instructional spaces, and outdoors when physical distancing is difficult to maintain.

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Find additional information and resources on this site, including how UW-Stevens Point is protecting students, faculty and staff members, visitors and the community.

Learn more from the following sources







Student Health Service
715-346-4646

State health line
Call 211 or text COVID19 to 211-211 for questions about the coronavirus disease.


We are making space and service updates to maintain hygiene safety and physical distancing best practices in six ways:

icon Physical distancing
By modifying shared spaces with staggered seating and buffer zones, employees can continue to operate in the workplace while maintaining a healthy physical distance from colleagues and visitors.
icon Increased sanitization
We’ve implemented heightened cleaning measures to ensure the health and wellbeing of our students, faculty and staff members. We are disinfecting common areas more frequently and are providing sanitization products (e.g. hand sanitizer).
icon Behavioral signage
New cleaning standards and capacity protocols will be reinforced with strategically placed signage and wayfinding—friendly reminders that the well-being of our university community depends on all of us to do our part.
icon Face coverings, masks and hygiene
Good hand hygiene and use of appropriate face coverings will be essential to minimize the risk of person-to-person transmission of COVID-19.
icon Consistent communication
Sharing of timely, accurate and pertinent information will be essential to engaging the UW-Stevens Point community in measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within our campus community.
icon Health monitoring and contact tracing
Students and employees are required to complete a screening tool daily when on any campus to attest that they have no symptoms of COVID. In the event of an outbreak on campus, the local Division of Public Health will be responsible for contact tracing.