Measles has become a significant health issue in the United States. Although there has not been a case of measles reported in the Washington University community, it is possible that this could happen at some point and it is important that we are prepared. More information
Influenza (flu) is a potentially serious illness that affects many Washington University students, faculty and staff every year. More information
Monthly outdoor siren testing
Tests of the university’s outdoor warning sirens, located on the roofs of Nemerov House, Brookings and Seigle Halls, will take place at 11 a.m. on the first Monday of each month in conjunction with St. Louis City’s and St. Louis County’s outdoor warning siren test. The tests will last approximately two minutes and are weather permitting.
The Emergency Management Office
The mission of Washington University in St. Louis’ Emergency Management Office is to protect the university community in the event of an emergency.
Emergency management is responsible for facilitating the coordination and integration of activities necessary to build, sustain, and improve the university’s ability to prepare for, respond to, mitigate against, continue operations during and recover from natural disasters, acts of terrorism or other human-caused crises or disasters.