The Wake Forest campus is not closed but we are in a distance-working mode where all faculty should be working remotely unless they have essential duties that need to be conducted. Campus community members must show their WFU ID or authorized parking hangtag at the Reynolda Road and University Parkway entrances to access campus. Research facilities and laboratories on the Reynolda and Wake Downtown campuses should be in ramp-down mode as part of the institution’s COVID-19 response.
By Wednesday, March 25, 2020, each research supervisor/ faculty lab director/ principal investigator must implement a ramp-down plan for their lab or research team, identifying essential research activities, which are those that would be excessively costly, result in significant loss of data, or pose a health or safety risk if not continued on-site by essential personnel only. Non-essential activities are to be conducted remotely by research staff or students, and might include literature reviews, experimental design, data analysis, use of digitized archives and online research collections, numerical calculations, software development, video and phone interviews, and writing.
All classes, undergraduate and graduate, are being conducted remotely.