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White Coat ceremony health and safety guidelines


On White Coat ceremony day prior to arrival

Before arriving at the Detroit Opera House, students/faculty will be required to complete the Campus Daily Screener, and all guests (including children) must complete the Guest Campus Screener. Masks are optional at this time.


Campus Health has the authority to reduce crowd size if deemed necessary.  Requirements will be updated regularly to be consistent with current science and the latest health and safety recommendations.

  • Students/faculty must complete the WSU Campus Daily Screener, and Guests must complete the Guest Daily Screener (including children) the day of the event.  You can complete it on your phone or computer. We strongly recommend that you complete it as soon as you wake up in the morning as this process may take a while due to the large number of guests attending this event.  Please read the questions in advance, if you think you will be denied entry contact right away so that your concerns can be addressed.

  • After you SUBMIT the form, a green screen and QR code should appear letting you know that you have been cleared for entry. You will also receive a confirmation email with a QR Code.

  • Upon arrival, you will be asked to show that QR code to the staff at the entry doors of the theatre. You can either print the QR code while you are at home and bring it with you or simply show us the QR code on your phone, whichever you prefer.

  • If you are DENIED entry you must contact Campus Health immediately so they can assist you.  They can be reached at 313-577-5041 or


To join in the celebration online, we encourage WSU students, staff, and faculty to take photos of themselves, friends, family, and colleagues with signs of congratulations and support and share them on social media – Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram – along with the #waynemedicine hashtag.

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