WASHU SUMMER 2022 COVID-19 POLICIES

SUMMER 2022 COVID-19 POLICIES

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Housing Policies & Procedures

Summer 2022 Covid-19 Information
  1. COVID-19 Vaccine Required.  All individuals residing in residential life housing through SPCS must be fully vaccinated prior to coming to the university.  Program Directors are responsible to collect and have a copy of each program participant’s vaccination card on file and accessible on site during their program/conference.  Upon request of SPCS, the Program Director shall immediately provide such proof of vaccination to SPCS. 
    1. Boosters recommended but not required.  The university strongly recommends that everyone eligible for a booster dose, have that as well.  Persons over 12 years of age who have  finished their initial vaccine series over a month prior, are eligible for a booster shot. 
    2. Exemption Requests.  To request an exemption from this requirement, please fill out the appropriate Medical or Religious forms on the university’s Immunization Exemption Policy page found at https://students.wustl.edu/immunization-exemption-policy/.  The requests will be reviewed, and the individual will be notified if such person qualifies for an exemption within 7 business days after submitting the request 
  2. Other Safety Protocols 
    1. Masks The university encourages all individuals to wear a mask that covers your nose and mouthwhile indoors. 
    2. Screening.  Take a moment each morning to assess your symptoms.  You can use the visitor’s symptom screener here. If you have symptoms of COVID, do not come to campus until you have a negative COVID test. 
    3. COVID Policies.  Notwithstanding anything contained herein to the contrary, Department and all its program participants shall follow all university policies and requirements pertaining to COVID-19.  University’s COVID-19 policies are subject to change at any time depending on the severity and spread of the COVID-19 virus within the St. Louis area and/or within the university community.  In the past, university COVID-19 requirements have included mandatory masking, social distancing and mandatory self-screening.   
Lock outs

If you are locked out of your room and/or have lost your key card, please go to the Summer Programs & Conference Services office in Umrath House on Shepley Drive or call 314-935-5015 during office hours. For lockouts that occur outside of office hours, please contact the WUPD at 314-935-5555 and a Conference Assistant will be called to help you.

Note: There is a $5 charge for lockouts or replacement key cards requested during regular office hours, which are between 9 a.m. to Midnight, Monday through Friday and 12 p.m. to Midnight, Saturday and Sunday. There is a $25 charge for lockouts or replacement key cards requested outside regular office hours. All fees are charged per occurrence.

Check Out Procedure

Please vacate your room with all of your personal belongings before 11 a.m. to avoid additional fees. Key cards do not have to be returned. If you need assistance regarding check-out, please call 314-935-5015.

Housekeeping & Maintenance

Housekeepers will clean the restrooms and public spaces in residence halls but restrooms in on-campus apartments, Village East, Rosedale, Lofts and Millbrook  are not cleaned during your stay. While all residential buildings are air-conditioned, windows in residential rooms may be opened. For housekeeping or maintenance emergencies, please call 314-935-5015 or WUPD after hours at 314-935-5555.

For non-emergency housekeeping requests please fill out this form:

Housekeeping Request Form

For maintenance issues please fill out form below. If it is an emergency please call 314-935-5015 to make sure it is handled accordingly. 

Housing Maintenance Request Form

Tech Help/Internet

Wi-Fi access

Summer Conferences 2022
Student Technology Services – Network Access
Wireless Connectivity (macOS):

  1. Click on the Network Icon in the upper right corner of the menu bar.
  2. Select View Available Wireless Networks. A window pops up with all of the available networks within range. Click on WUSTL-2.0.
  3. Open your Internet browser and navigate to portal.ip.wustl.edu. A registration welcome page will appear. Follow the instructions to review the network use policy and move onto the registration page.
  4. When prompted for a username/password for registration, please use the following credentials:

a. Username: WUSTLspg
b. Password: StudWasITascSum3r2021@!

  1. When the process is complete, you will see a confirmnation on your screen. Reboot your device to complete the process of connecting your machine to the wired network.
  2. Right click on the wireless icon located on the lower right task bar.
  3. Select View Available Wireless Networks. A window pops up with all of the available networks within range. Click on WUSTL-2.0. Click “Connect”.
  4. Open your Internet browser and navigate to portal.ip.wustl.edu. A registration welcome page will appear. Follow the instructions to review the network use policy and move onto the registration page.
  5. When prompted for a username/password for registration, please use the following credentials:

a. Username: WUSTLspg
b. Password: StudWasITascSum3r2021@!

  1. When the process is complete, you will see a confirmnation on your screen. Reboot your device to complete the process of connecting your machine to the wired network. Wired Connectivity (macOS/Windows):
  2. Plug your computer into the network jack in your residence.
  3. Open your Internet browser and navigate to portal.ip.wustl.edu. A registration welcome page will appear. Follow the instructions to review the network use policy and move onto the registration page.
  4. When prompted for a username/password for registration, please use the following credentials:

a. Username: WUSTLspg
b. Password: StudWasITascSum3r2021@!

  1. When the process is complete, you will see a confirmation on your screen. Reboot your device to complete the process of connecting your machine to the wired network.

Printing Instructions

Summer Conferences 2022
Student Technology Services – Printing
What you will do:

When you are working in a Washington University computer lab and and have a document that you want to print, please do the following:

  1. Save your document with your last name at the beginning of the document
    (example: jones_assignment1.docx)
  2. Login to myprinting.wustl.edu with the following credentials:
    a. Username: WUSTLspg
    b. Password: StudWasITascSum3r2021@!
  3. Navigate to “WebPrint” and follow the prompts to submit the print job, when the status says “Held in a queue” the job is ready to be printed
  4. Visit any STS Printer. Swipe your Summer Programs and Conference Services ID card.
  5. Touch the Print Release button. A list of all the print queue jobs that have been sent by summer conference guests will be listed on the screen. Look for the one with your last name (example: jones_assignment1.docx).
  6. Touch the Print button to the right of the document you wish to print (example: jones_assignment1.docs). (NOTE: if you decide you do not want this document, just leave it in the queue. Queues are emptied after 36 hours.)
    Your document will be printed.
    Step 2: Papercut Login Box
Key Cards/Building Entry

If you encounter problems using your key card to enter the residence halls, please go to the Summer Programs & Conference Services office in Umrath House for assistance or call 314-935-5015. After hours, please call the Washington University Police Department at 314-935-5555.

University Mail Guidelines

The fee for summer mailbox rental is $20 for the South Forty Residence Halls and North Campus Residence Halls and Apartments. To reserve please email bchall@wustl.edu and copy peggy_smith@wustl.edu

If you are living in the Lofts, Greenway, or U-Drive, mailboxes will be provided with your summer rental fee.

S40 Student Mail Center Hitzeman Hall: 314-935-5069

Summer Program Group Name and Resident Building (must be included)
Student/Resident Name
CB XXXX (for WU students with a mailbox/not a PO Box, please abbreviate CB)
6515 Wydown Boulevard
Saint Louis MO 63105-2215

S40 Mail Center hours: May 18th – August 12th

Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

North Side/Village Mail Center in Village House: 314-935-5635

*If staying in Greenway apartments you will use the Village Mail Center.

Summer Program Name and Resident Building (must be included)
Student/Resident Name
CB XXXX (for WU students with a mailbox/not a PO Box, please abbreviate CB)
6985 Snow Way
Saint Louis MO 63130-4400

Village Mail Center hours: May 18th – August 12th

Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

The Lofts: 314-935-0099

(Name) 
6300 Enright Ave or 6255 Delmar Boulevard
Apt. XXXX
Saint Louis, MO 63139

The Lofts mail room hours: May 18th – August 12th

Monday-Friday: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Monday, Wednesday, Friday:  5:00 PM – 6:00 PM (through last day of summer classes)

Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED until students return for the fall semester. 

Udrive

You can send your mail and packages to your apartment’s address, for example:

Student/Resident Name
6645 U Drive
APT XXXX
Saint Louis, MO 63121

Each apartment has one mailbox located in the lobby of that building where mail will be delivered each day. A code will be given to you upon check in.  Packages that are too large for the mailbox will be delivered to the Lofts Office at 6300 Enright Ave. You may retrieve your package during business hours after receiving an email and/or text notification from the Loft office that your package is ready for pick up.  You must forward your mail at the end of the summer. Visit http://usps.com.

Additional mail services information

Quiet Hours

While Courtesy Hours are in effect 24 hours a day, Quiet Hours are between 11 p.m. and 9 a.m., Sunday through Thursday, and 1 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. During Courtesy Hours, noise should be kept to a minimum and a request from any resident for a quieter environment should be honored.

Laundry

For the summer of 2022, all laundry is free in summer residential buildings. If you are experiencing problems with laundry machines, please contact Campus Card Services at 314-935-8800 or fill out the Laundry Room Service Report.

Recycling/Trash

Recycle bins and trash receptacles are located throughout your residence hall.  Each residential suite contains a small recycle bin and trash receptacle.  There is a replacement charge for the recycle bin if it is not in the room at the end of your stay.

Candles/Open Flames

Open flames, including candles and incense, are not permitted in the residence halls.  If your religion or faith requires candle burning for certain occasions/holidays, contact Summer Programs & Conference Services for special consideration.

Furniture

Sleeping room and common space furniture may not be moved or taken outside.  Residents who move furniture from its appropriate locations will be fined.  Misuse and/or damage of the furniture is not permitted and charges will be applied.

Vending

Vending machines are located in each residence hall.  If you encounter problems with a vending machine, or if the beverage machines are empty, please contact the Summer Programs & Conference Services office by calling 314-935-5015 and indicate the location of the machine.

RA Rooms
  • Lofts 6200 216-a Village East 1101-a Greenway 313-A-a
  • Lofts 6255 209-a Village East 1012-a Greenway 313-B-a
  • U Drive 6811 2E-A-a Village East 1103-a Shepley 3040-a
  • U Drive 6811 2E-B-a

Campus Information

COVID-19 Information

Summer 2022 Covid-19 Information Coming Soon!

For more information about WashU’s Covid-19 response, please click here.

Quarantine & Isolation Housing and Policies

Summer 2022 Covid-19 Information Coming Soon!

For more information about WashU’s Covid-19 response, please click here.

Parking
Visitors are encouraged to use the visitor parking options provided by Washington University Parking & Transportation Services. University departments or activity sponsors may make parking arrangements for campus guests in advance of their visits.

The Lofts

The Lofts provide free parking underground for guests staying in the Lofts. Please contact Summer Programs and Conference Services to arrange to have this access added to your card. Additionally, parking permits may be purchased at the office of Parking and Transportation located at North Campus, 700 Rosedale Ave., St. Louis MO 63112. For more information, visit parking.wustl.edu. Summer Programs and Conference Services does not sell permits to individual attendees.

Udrive

Free parking can be found behind each building (without permit) and on the street (with permit obtained upon checking into Village Office). If a sticker is not displayed or a car is parked outside the designated parking zone, cars on street will be towed. A detailed map of the parking zone can be found at amesplace.org. Parking permits may be purchased at the office of Parking and Transportation located at North Campus, 700 Rosedale Ave., St. Louis MO 63112. For more information, visit parking.wustl.edu. Summer Programs and Conference Services does not sell permits to individual attendees.

Greenway

Free parking can be found behind each building (without permit) and on the street (with permit obtained upon checking into Village Office). If a sticker is not displayed or a car is parked outside the designated parking zone, cars on street will be towed. A detailed map of the parking zone can be found at amesplace.org. Parking permits may be purchased at the office of Parking and Transportation located at North Campus, 700 Rosedale Ave., St. Louis MO 63112. For more information, visit parking.wustl.edu. Summer Programs and Conference Services does not sell permits to individual attendees.
Campus Maps

Interactive Danforth Campus Map

  • Circulator Locations
  • Accessibility
  • Places of Interest
  • Safety

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Dining

Summer Hours of Operation: May 12-June 5

· Café Bergson: Open Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm

· The DUC: Open Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm

· Subway: Open Daily, 9am-6pm

· Parkside Café: Open Monday-Friday, 8am-2pm

Summer Hours of Operation: June 6-Aug 12

· Café Bergson: Open Daily, 9am-4pm

· The DUC:

o Breakfast: Monday-Friday, 7am-10am

o Lunch: Monday-Friday, 11am-2pm

o Dinner: Monday-Friday, 4:30pm-7pm

o Saturdays & Sundays: Open for Lunch & Dinner, 11am-7pm

· Subway: Open Daily 9am-6pm

· Parkside Café:

o Coffee & Pastries: Open Monday-Friday, 8am-2pm

o Lunch Menu: Open Monday-Friday, 11am-2pm For a more detailed list of stations open during the summer, please visit our dining services website.

Meal Plans

Students aren’t required to have a summer meal plan. However, those remaining on campus for summer programs, conferences or seminars may purchase meal points.

Meal points can only be used to purchase food in Danforth Campus dining locations and are not accepted at the School of Medicine, off-campus dining vendors, or the Campus Bookstore.

Unused meal points will roll over into the Fall semester. Enrollment for meal points is only available by visiting the Office of Residential Life or by submitting the Summer Meal Plan Form via email.

Dietary Restrictions If you’ll be visiting campus this summer and have a food allergy, please submit our Food Allergy History Form so we can best meet your needs.

All items in our cafes are clearly marked with an allergen icon sticker on the label or on the corresponding menu board, which identify the top 9 allergens. Ingredients and specific dietary information can be found on the Dining website under menus. If you need information about a specific item, please inquire with a manager or cafe chef.

All of our dining locations offer a large variety of both vegetarian and vegan options. Look for these icons next to menu items.

Halal and Kosher Meals

We work closely with STLHalal to maintain an authentic halal food program. All chicken served in the DUC is Halal certified. Halal grab-n-go meals are also available in campus cafes and markets.

Kosher meals are available by pre-arrangement with Dining Services. There will be limited amounts of Kosher prepacks available at open dining locations.

Nutrition

We aim to create a dining environment that is supportive, comforting, and provides delicious food that nourishes the mind, body, and soul. There are a few key principles that can help you provide your body the necessary nutrients, energy, and satisfaction from food that you need and deserve! To set yourself up to do well throughout the day, try to incorporate these principles, understanding that flexibility with your food choices is an essential part of gentle nutrition.

1. There is no “one size fits all” nutrition plan, despite what you might have heard or read at one point or another. Your nutrition needs are unique to you.

2. Aim to incorporate regular meals and snacks. Eating regularly throughout the day can maintain your mental and physical energy.

3. Try to include a variety of foods at each meal and snack. Incorporating a variety of food groups including sources of protein, carbohydrates, fiber, and fat provides complex nutrients which keeps us feeling satisfied and energized throughout the day.

A gentle nutrition plan can help you achieve your health goals without being “perfect” with your food choices. Try to remember that there is no such thing as bad foods, and we encourage you to remove this language from your vocabulary. Learn more about nutrition initiatives on campus here.

Sustainability

Dining Services supports Washington University in St. Louis’ strong commitment to sustainable practices. Our commitment is rooted in preparing flavorful food that is healthy, produced through practices that support farmers, nourishes the Washington University community and replenishes our shared natural resources for future generations. Some of our sustainability initiatives include:

1. Farm to Fork & Made from Scratch: We focus on creating made from scratch menu items from authentic ingredients. We have a commitment to supporting our local farming community by utilizing a minimum of 20% locally produced or grown products from over 25 local vendors located within 150 miles of our campus.

2. Powered by Biofuel: We convert fryer waste oil into biofuel, which powers our campus trucks.

3. No Antibiotics: Turkey and chicken are produced without routine use of antibiotics. Hamburgers are made with grass-fed beef from cows raised without antibiotics.

4. Reusable or Recyclable Dishes: We provide compostable/recyclable disposables and reusable dishes at dining locations.

5. 100% Fair Trade: Coffee in our cafes meets or exceeds Fair Trade Certified standards and requirements.

6. No Added Growth Hormones: Milk and yogurt are produced by cows never given artificial bovine growth hormones (rBGH). Hamburgers are made from cows raised without added hormones.

Vegan options

Dining off Campus:

Bear Bucks are accepted on all four WashU campuses as well as select off-campus businesses, including many in the Delmar Loop and Clayton. WashU receives a small percentage of sales associated with Bear Bucks, which it uses to cover administrative costs to operate the program. Learn where you can spend your Bear Bucks off-campus! You can add Bear Bucks to your access card by contacting Summer Programs & Conference Services or by visiting Campus Card Services where they accept cash or check.
Visit Card.wustl.edu/bear-bucks.

Transportation

There are two MetroLink stops near campus.  One location is at the corner of Big Bend and Forest Park Parkway and the other is at the corner of Forest Park Parkway and Skinker.  The MetroLink will take you to the airport, downtown, and other various locations in St. Louis for a nominal fee.  For more information and schedules, please visit http://www.metrostlouis.org/

Below is the summer shuttle schedule from May 12-August 28.

For more information please visit Parking and Transportation

Bike Registration

Bike Registration

We STRONGLY recommend registering your bike with WashU and clearly displaying the registration shield on your bike in a visible manner. We also recommend using a Kryptonite U-lock with your bike, which are available for purchase at WUPD for $25.

Displaying a registration shield helps protect your bike from theft and facilitates the recovery of lost or stolen bikes. It also allows WashU to contact the owners of bikes that were impounded due to improper parking, like blocking pedestrian access.

The registration process is fast, easy and mobile-friendly!

  1. Visit Project529.com/washu (must include /washu) to register important details about your bike and select your delivery option.
  2. Once you get your registration sticker, complete your registration:1. Log into your 529 Garage account at project529.com or on the 529 Garage app to link your registration sticker to your account. Under “Your Garage”, click “Edit Bike” and scroll down to enter the 7-digit Shield ID found on the sticker.
  3. Carefully attach the sticker to your bike frame’s top tube or down tube in a visible manner. Once attached, the sticker cannot be removed without being destroyed.

Managing Your Registration & Reporting a Missing/Stolen Bike: Visit project529.com or use the 529 Garage app to edit your bike information, mark it missing/stolen to alert other users, transfer your bike’s registration to a new owner, and so much more.

If your bike is missing/stolen, file a police report and start an alert in your 529 Garage account. If you issue an alert, you can print or email your saved bike information directly to an officer or insurance agent. If it was stolen from campus, report it to WUPD (314-935-5555). If it was stolen somewhere off campus, report it to the appropriate police department.

If you would like more information on purchasing a bike lock, please contact Sergeant Geoff Himstedt at 314-935-5084​.

ATMs

Bank of America ATMs are located outside of Gregg House on the South 40. ATMs are also available on the Danforth Campus outside of Mallinckrodt Center, inside Village House, and at the northwest corner of Seigle Hall by the Tao Tennis Courts.

WashU Bookstore

The WashU Campus Store is located on the Danforth Campus in Mallinckrodt Center. Stop in to browse its large selection of general books, magazines, WU gifts, and clothing as well as to pick up school and computer supplies, health and beauty aids, and snacks and soft drinks. For more information and store hours visit WUbookstore.com.

Bear Necessities Store

Forget your toothbrush? Need toiletries or basic personal supplies? Looking for great souvenirs and WashU logo items? Check out Bear Necessities, a not-for-profit gift and convenience store that is operated by the Women’s Society of Washington University, which is located in the Umrath House on the South 40. Summer Hours will be posted or call 314-935-5071. For more information, visit Bearnecessities.wustl.edu.

Sumers Recreation Center

Summer program participants who are at least 18 years of age are eligible to purchase a day pass for $10 per day. If participants plan to use the facility for more than three (3) visits, they have the option to purchase a $25 membership that will last the full length of their conference, not to exceed 30 days. Program participants will need to show their driver’s license and University-issued conference ID to purchase a pass. After
proof of ID and payment, facility access will be added to the participants’
University-issued conference ID. High School students enrolled in courses at the
University just for the summer and who are under the age of 18, will not have the
option to purchase a membership for the Sumers Recreation Center. The Sumers
Recreation Center does not accept cash/check.

Millbrook Outdoor Pool

Summer 2022 information coming soon.

St. Louis Area

For comprehensive information about St. Louis hotels, attractions, dining, transportation and a host of other services, visit Explore St. Louis.

Arts & Culture

There is no need to wander far from the WashU campus to enjoy all of the arts and culture that the St. Louis area has to offer. Right on campus, you can visit the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum or take in a theater production at Edison Theatre. Just across the street, within beautiful Forest Park, is the St. Louis Art Museum, the Missouri History Museum, the St. Louis Zoo and the St. Louis Science Center – all of which are free to the public.

Within Forest Park, you can also rent a paddleboat at the Boathouse after lunch on the patio, play a round of golf on the The Highlands Golf Course, or just sit back and relax at one of the lakes. During the evening, live musical productions are offered throughout the summer at the Muny Opera. Tickets are available for purchase but free seating is also available.

For the outdoors type, check out the ancient Indian civilization of Cahokia Mounds or take a leisurely stroll through the Missouri Botanical Gardens. If you prefer staying indoors, you can view a diverse collection of contemporary art at the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis. Founded by a former WashU student, The Black Repertory Theater of St. Louis offers a unique cultural theater experience of dance and creative expressions from the African-American perspective. Looking for a musical escape? Stop by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra at Powell Symphony Hall.

Entertainment

St. Louis boasts a variety of interesting neighborhoods each featuring delicious eating and drinking establishments, unique shops, live music, movie theaters, art galleries, museums, parks and much more.

During your time in St. Louis, be sure to stop by The Gateway Arch and Laclede’s Landing, both located on the St. Louis riverfront. Or, for a fun experience suited to both the young and old, head into downtown to the City Museum or historic Union Station. Prefer staying closer to home? There are plenty of boutiques, movie theaters, restaurants and watering holes in the U City Loop or Clayton. For live concerts, be sure to check out who is playing at The Pageant, which is located just up the road on Delmar Blvd.

If you are a sports fan, St. Louis has two professional sports teams that you can cheer for while in St. Louis: The St. Louis Cardinals baseball team and the St. Louis Blues hockey team. Get your own heart pumping while riding roller coasters at Six Flags Over Mid America.

St. Louis has so much to offer. We encourage you to get out and about during your time at WashU.

Residence Hall Virtual Tour

Below are virtual tours of each of our residence hall types. Suite layouts may vary depending on the residence hall you are placed in.

Traditional Building Tour

Modern Building Tour

Apartment Tours

Traditional Building Tour

Modern Building Tour

Apartment Building Tours (Interns and Researchers)


Lofts

Greenway Apartments

U-Drive Apartments

Millbrook Apartments

Village East Apartments