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State of Kansas Stay at Home Order

To the Wichita State University community:

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly issued an executive order today (Saturday, March 28) that the entire state of Kansas will be under a Stay at Home Order starting on Monday, March 30.

What does this mean for Wichita State University?

The State Stay at Home Order supersedes the Sedgwick County Stay at Home Order that was enacted Wednesday, March 25. However, because the directive is the same – that individuals in the county must stay at home and leave their residence only to perform essential activities – the university’s previous directives are still applicable.

See details about the new statewide Stay at Home Order

As we remain under stay-at-home orders, we ask that the Shocker community continue to abide by these guidelines and to look for ways to limit your presence on campus to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Thank you for your continued understanding and flexibility during these difficult times. As always, our first priority is the health, safety and well-being of our entire Shocker community.

If you have any questions about what you should do as a student, faculty member or employee of Wichita State, view the pages linked below.

Stay at Home Order: Guidance for Faculty and Students Stay at Home Order: Guidance for WSU Employees