In response to advice and input from our students, and approval by the Academic Senate, the university is implementing academic policy modifications for the Fall 2020 semester. These changes acknowledge the unique and challenging pandemic-related circumstances and the additional stress it has caused for students. More details will be available on the Office of the… Continue Reading
Student Affairs shares support resources during this challenging time. If you become concerned about a student, the Student Assistance Center (SAC) can help. Staff in the SAC is available Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Additionally, the Emergency Dean Program provides a University administrator who is on-call to assist in emergency situations that occur after business… Continue Reading
If you must be on campus after Fall Break, the university is providing spaces for students who need a location to participate in an online class or to study. The locations below will be available from Nov. 30 to Dec. 18. Please see this website for full details about what days and times they will be… Continue Reading
It is a critically important time period for the safety of our entire community, with a need for everyone to be more diligent than ever. Faculty, staff and graduate students are asked to take precautions beginning immediately as part of the Shield Surge plan. View more details for faculty & staff. View more details for graduate students.
Everyone needs to do their part to protect themselves and our community. The university is asking students to take precautions starting right now to minimize COVID-19 spread over the Thanksgiving holiday. Before Fall Break Do not have or attend parties. Parties spread COVID-19. The result is increased transmission, innocent people getting sick or hospitalized and the… Continue Reading
Governor J.B. Pritzker announced today that beginning on Monday, Nov. 2 at 12 a.m., Region 6 will go into mitigation. Please note these measures will not require us to make any changes to in-person instruction, and we will continue courses as planned. See more information about mitigation restrictions here. Read the full massmail.
Students are encouraged to participate and celebrate Halloween in ways that are safe and in compliance with university and CUPHD guidance. Student Affairs has planned some events, and you can view them here. Any students who host or attend gatherings that violate state or local health and safety requirements are subject to student discipline. Since the… Continue Reading
Faculty, students and staff were sent important updates on new COVID-19 requirements and precautions we are taking in the next several months, with special instructions for those students who are required to participate in the on-campus COVID-19 testing program. There is also guidance on changes to the Spring 2021 schedule. View the student message. View… Continue Reading
In preparation for colder weather, the university is making a number of changes to our on-campus COVID-19 testing site locations and hours. The following is a list of locations and hours that will take effect this Monday, Oct. 12. Please be sure to check this list before your next test to ensure your usual location is… Continue Reading
McKinley Health Center is providing free flu shots to all students who have paid the Health Service Fee. The seasonal flu shot is also available to benefit eligible faculty, staff and retirees. There are several locations across campus between now and the end of October. The massmail is available online.