Living and Working at JWU Denver

The JWU Denver Campus will cease operations during the summer of 2021. For information about the campus consolidation, please visit

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Denver Campus Security Status

Last updated: 1/6/2020

Please be aware in an effort to manage the safety of our students, faculty and staff with a need to be on campus in person, the campus is closed to outside guests. Prior to coming to campus all visitors should reach out to campus safety and security at 303-256-9500 for guidance.


All students with a regular need to be physically present on campus- including students taking lab courses, working on campus, residents, and those with need to access campus services in person- will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test to health services prior to the start of classes. See below for testing information, inlcluding how to receive a free test on campus.

JWU Denver Campus COVID-19 Student Confirmed Positive Cases

All JWU students who live on or come to campus are required to conduct daily screening of their symptoms, using an app developed by the university. Based on the response, the student either will be cleared or instructed to notify campus Health Services. Depending on Health Services’ evaluation of the students’ symptoms and other relevant factors, Health Services will determine whether to administer a COVID-19 test is necessary.

The following information is based on student testing coordinated by JWU Health Services:

  • Total number of students to test positive for COVID-19 since January 1, 2021 to date: 2

Denver Campus COVID-19 FAQs

Can I attend labs if I haven't received a COVID-19 test or results?

Students may not attend in-person lab classes without a negative COVID-19 PCR Test. Please contact Health Services at 303-256-9448 to explore testing options.

What should I do if I missed a day on my Daily Covid Questionnaire before classes begin?

Students should complete the Daily Screening Questionnaire each day from January 5 through the Spring Semester. If a day is missed students should resume the following day. The Screening Questionnaire should be completed each day, including weekends.

What do I do if I get a Red X on the screening app?

Students who fail the Daily Symptom Screening (identified by the Red X), who have had known exposure to someone who is positive for COVID-19 or who are experiencing symptoms should stay at home and contact Health Services by phone for instructions at 303-256-9448.

How will I know if I've come in contact with someone with COVID-19 on campus?

Health Services works closely with local authorities to conduct contact tracing as necessary. Any community member who has been in high-risk exposure to someone who has tested positive would be contacted directly.

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Student Support & Services



Additional Information

Academic Advising (SAFS)





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Campus Safety & Security


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Career Services (EE&CS)


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Center for Academic Support (CAS)



Community Standards and Conduct


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Counseling Services


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Dean of Students



Dining Services (Chartwells)



Executive Offices


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Facilities and Maintenance (Sodexo)


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Financial Advising (SAFS)



Health Services


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Human Resources/Student Employment



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