Communications

Weekly Student Communications (TUG Students) | January 20, 2021

WPU Student community,

Welcome back! We look forward to the Spring 2021 semester. Let’s continue to work together and follow all the health and safety protocols:

  • Wear a mask both inside and out

  • Keep social distance of 6’ apart

  • Wash your hands

If we all do our part, we have a greater opportunity to continue our on-campus experience.

Join us for the PACER PREPARED PLEDGE

As part of our return to campus, we ask you to take part in committing to the Pacer Prepared Pledge for the Spring 2021 semester.

  • Take a moment and review the Pacer Prepared Pledge and sign it as your commitment to pledge that you will do your part in keeping our community in good health.

  • Stop by the Pacer Prepared Pledge table outside of Belk Dining Hall the week of January 25th to pick up your WPU Swag and learn more about why WPU Community Members have taken the pledge.

  • Participate in Pacer Prepared Pledge Social Media challenges including a fun Tik Tok Challenge coming soon (information + details to be shared).

  • Share your personal statement on ‘Why you have committed to the Pacer Prepared Pledge.’ Submit your video or upload a photo of you wearing your mask and doing your part to keep our community in good health. We want to share your stories with our community via social media.

  • Lastly, we strongly encourage everyone to participate in a Staying Healthy in a Changing Campus Environment online module. The module will be available for completion beginning on Friday, January 22, 2021. Watch for an email from William Peace University inviting you to complete the course. For more details, please review this introduction letter regarding the module.

Get the Facts on COVID 

As shared in last week’s communications, we will be sending out weekly emails to include updates and highlights of timely information to ensure a successful semester. These communications will continue to be added to covid.peace.edu/communications.

In Peace,

Office of Communications