The University of Wisconsin-Platteville is excited to have our students, faculty, and staff return to our campuses in fall 2020. In order to ensure the health of our university community, many safety measures have been enacted. While this site is not intended to be an all-encompassing list, it provides an overview of some of the higher-profile measures you will find on our campuses.
Additional information in response to the COVID-19 pandemic can be found at:
Be Safe. Be Strong. Be Pioneers.
The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff are of the highest importance to us. This fall, all students at UW-Platteville are asked to show their respect to their fellow classmates by signing the Pioneer Promise. Show your respect today, sign the Pioneer Promise.
How to sign
The Pioneer Promise will be available in PASS starting on August 5. Before you are able to view your booklist, you’ll be prompted to accept the Pioneer Promise within the Textbook Rental Agreement.
Every UW-Platteville community member is responsible for their actions and the impact they have on the overall spread of COVID-19. It is up to each of us to commit to contributing to the health and safety of our campus, and the greater Platteville community. As such, all students at UW-Platteville are asked to show their respect towards their fellow classmates by signing the following pledge before their return to campus this academic year.
The Pioneer Promise:
As a student at UW-Platteville, I pledge to:
Furthermore, by signing the pledge, I acknowledge the risks and am agreeing to take certain precautions to protect my own health and the health of the campus community. I understand that despite all reasonable efforts by the university I can still contract COVID-19.
|Classes begin||September 2, 2020|
|Fall break (no classes)||October 16, 2020|
|Thanksgiving break||November 26-27, 2020|
|Online delivery||November 30-December 18, 2020|
|Last day of classes||December 11, 2020|
|Final exams||December 14-18, 2020|
A residence hall is a community living environment which relies on the responsibility of each resident to do their part in keeping the space safe and healthy. The health of our communities relies on YOUR ability to take action in preventing the spread of sickness. Below are some of the expectations we have for residents as they move in and join the UW-Platteville main campus community.
The branch campus residence halls are run through independent foundations, which will have safety measures enacted as well.
Enhanced protocols have been implemented for cleaning and sanitizing our dining facilities, including the following:
Tuition and Fees
Emotional Well Being
Tips for Safe Socializing
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville denounces all acts of hate and bias, especially recent events related to COVID-19, and continues to work towards fostering an environment of diversity and inclusion. The institution encourages everyone to support, respect, and uplift one another during this undoubtedly difficult time.
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville asks its campus communities to commit to upholding our institutional values and spreading compassion and care.