Rescinded Administrative Directive on Wildcat WellCheck Usage
Rescinded June 8, 2021
The University of Arizona is rescinding its Administrative Directive on Wildcat WellCheck Usage in light of changing public health conditions in Southern Arizona and updated guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Pima County.
As of June 8, 2021, employees, students and designated campus colleagues are no longer required to perform a daily wellness check via the Wildcat WellCheck program each day before they are on a University of Arizona campus or begin campus-based activities.
Thank you for using Wildcat WellCheck this past year to help keep our campus community safe!
How to Participate
The recommended way to participate in the Wildcat WellCheck program is via text/SMS. Other options are listed below and should only be used if text/SMS is not technically feasible.
Text/SMS Best Option
Sign up for text/SMS notifications to complete the daily Wildcat WellChecks.
- Text JOIN to 35106
- Respond YES and complete the enrollment survey to enroll
- After enrolling, Wildcat WellCheck sends reminders to complete a brief health screen via text/SMS
- After enrolling, you may change your preferences
- After enrolling, submit your daily WellCheck
Note: Message and data rates may apply.
Employees and students can sign up for email notifications to complete the daily Wildcat WellChecks if they are unable to participate via text/SMS.
Wildcat WellCheck is a self assessment screen for employees and students to take before they travel to campus or class. This advanced screening will help alert you to COVID-19 symptoms and help ensure that our campus remains open for in-person learning, teaching, and research. The PDF below is provided as a non-technical option for those who are unable to participate in the Text/SMS, email or online version of the Daily WellCheck. After you complete the form you can retain for your records.
Wildcat WellCheck identifies early clusters of potential cases through aggregate data collection, allowing the university to rapidly Test, Trace and Treat to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Have you tested positive for COVID-19? Click here for additional instructions.