Campus COVID Plan and Guidelines
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OSU expects the use of masks indoors in public. This includes classrooms, laboratories and all indoor meetings and gatherings. Masks reduce the risk of being infected with the Delta variant and possibly spreading it to others. Masking is recommended by the CDC even if you are fully vaccinated.
Campus COVID plan
Protecting the health and wellbeing of our fellow Cowboys in the face of COVID-19 has never been more critical. We urge everyone to take personal responsibility in following recommended guidelines, as only through a collective, cooperative effort can we help protect our campus community.
OSU launched an online dashboard to track COVID-19 testing and vaccination data on the Stillwater campus during the height of the pandemic. Biweekly dashboard updates have resumed for the 2021-2022 academic year.
OSU leadership and departments are providing regular email updates to students and employees regarding pandemic protocols and response.
Note: If you are an OSU Stillwater/Tulsa employee or student and are not receiving university email announcements, email email@example.com
Have a question? Our team is prepared to help and assist with issues related to COVID-19. Reach out to COVID19@okstate.edu and administration will respond to your questions as soon as possible.
Oklahoma State Department of Health
We are working with the Oklahoma State Department of Health to inform our pandemic response. For more information, contact the Coronavirus Call Center at 877-215-8336 or click the link below.
OSU Pandemic Response Team
The OSU COVID-19 Pandemic Response Team meets weekly to navigate the rapidly changing landscape of the pandemic. Led by Senior Vice President for Health Affairs Dr. Johnny Stephens, the team monitors guidance from the CDC, from state and local health authorities and uses a variety of data points and metrics so our campus can remain nimble in its response.