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Students around campus | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

WSU campus | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Wright State University (WSU) will be providing a restricted time and area to allow the community to retrieve items left on campus, according to a communication email.

Temporary access

“Wright State University has your safety and well-being as a top concern,” according to the email. “However, we recognize that you may have a need to retrieve items from campus before we are able to allow all employees and students back on campus.”

The Dayton Campus is providing a restricted time of two weeks and restricting “A and B” areas to reduce heavy traffic.

Area A includes: Student Success Center, University Hall, Rike, Allyn, Millett, Math & Microbiology, Brehm Lab/Oelman, Fawcett, Tom Hanks, and Dunbar Library/Library Annex

Area B includes: Student Union, Medical Sciences, Health Sciences, Bio Science I, Bio Science II, Diggs, Creative Arts Center, Joshi, Russ, NEC, and White Hall

Time blocks

Two time blocks per day have been scheduled for employees and students to come back to campus: 9 am – 11:00 am. and 1 to 3 p.m.

To access the Dayton Campus employees and students must complete the following survey and sign up for a time slot.

Time blocks for Area A are available May 18, 19, 20, and 21.

Time blocks for Area B are available May 25, 26, 27, and 28.

Lake Campus faculty, staff, and students can continue to seek permission for a coordinating, non-overlapping time block to access their offices by emailing interim Dean Dan Krane at [email protected],” according to the email.

Anyone coming to WSU’s campus must wear a face mast that covers the nose and mouth.

Students and employees should stay home if feeling sick and should not gather in groups on campus.

Makenzie Hoeferlin

Editor-in Chief