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PFW Ready

We Are Ready

After more than a year of adjusting to the challenges that COVID-19 presented, Purdue Fort Wayne is now ready. Ready to welcome students, faculty, staff, and visitors to campus. Ready to tackle the new academic year. Ready to live the Mastodon life. But we are still vigilant, monitoring the ever-evolving COVID-19 situation, and, as always, continuing to be guided by local, state, and federal agencies, including the CDC’s health and safety guidelines, to help protect our campus.

Latest News

Mask Protocol Updated

Based on the current COVID-19 numbers across the area and nation, the university has decided to extend the temporary requirement for all students, staff, faculty, and visitors—regardless of vaccination status—to wear face masks indoors while on campus. This extension will be reevaluated on Thursday, September 30. We appreciate your willingness and flexibility to adapt quickly to these challenging circumstances.

For Students

Information to Keep You Safe

You can keep track of new policies and information related to COVID-19 in Don Life, your Purdue Fort Wayne student newsletter. If you have been exposed to the coronavirus, we encourage you to fill out the student CARE Referral Form and follow CDC guidelines. If you’re feeling sick or need to be tested, you can schedule an appointment with our Campus Health Clinic. Students who have received a positive COVID-19 test or need to quarantine, can review the following plans of action.

For Employees

Resources to Stay Ready

Being ready means being informed—and taking the right precautions if you’re feeling sick from COVID-19. Get the latest information in the employee newsletter, Inside PFW. If you choose to do so, you may utilize the employee COVID-19 self-reporting form below. See our employee plans of action for information about what to do if you test positive or need to quarantine.

For Visitors

Come See What We’re About

We’re pleased to welcome you to Purdue Fort Wayne. Campus tours, as well as other university events, have all resumed and are following regular schedules. Please see above for our latest face mask information.

Wellness and Prevention

The Big Questions

Looking for a place to get a COVID-19 test? Wondering where you can get vaccinated (or where you can report that you have been)? Find your answers here.

COVID-19 REPORTS

The Dashboard

We maintain a dashboard (updated on Fridays) with aggregated case, quarantine, and vaccination data for students, faculty, and staff. While this dashboard, which relies on information that is self-reported by students and employees, provides a substantial snapshot of case, quarantine, and vaccination data, it is not a comprehensive data set.