Face Covering Use at TWU

Wearing masks on campus

TWU Professor Monique LeMieux wears a protective face covering

TWU highly encourages wearing masks indoors on campus.

Wearing a mask is a sign of respect to others and a way to protect yourself, your friends and your family. In a way, it’s “Pioneers Protecting Pioneers.”

Face covering materials:

  • DO wear masks made of at least two layers of tightly-woven fabric
  • DO NOT wear single, thin (see-through) layers of fabric, such as neck gaiters
  • DO NOT wear face shields instead of masks, but it’s okay to wear them in addition to masks
  • DO NOT wear masks or face coverings with an exhalation valve

Face Mask Accommodations

Students and employees may request accommodations if they have medical reasons for not wearing masks on campus. Medical documentation will be required, and this information will be kept confidential.

Submit accommodation requests through Disability Services for Students.

Student Accommodations Request Form

Submit accommodation requests through Human Resources.

Employee Accommodations Request Form

Page last updated 9:33 AM, August 9, 2021