Wayland Suspends Public Access to Campuses
April 3, 2020
Wayland Baptist University announced Friday that it will immediately suspend all public access to WBU campuses due to the continued and projected growth of COVID-19.
The university has been operating the last two weeks with skeleton crews on rotating bases. Under the new guidelines, all employees will transition to working remotely and offices will be closed to the public.
All classes will continue as scheduled under the new guidelines. Students will continue to have remote access to faculty, staff and resources so they can complete their semester.
The university phone system will be transferred off site and will remain functional. Employees and offices will still be accessible by email or phone, and mail service will continue to function uninterrupted at each campus location.
The university is encouraging all employees and others to abide by the federal, state and local guidelines to help fight the advance of COVID-19.