3D printed face shield

U’s libraries produce much-needed supplies for COVID-19 crisis

Medical grade 3-D-printed face shields will go to health care workers.

ISO warns of COVID-19 phishing attempts

Remain cautious and alert to possible phishing scams designed to coincide with the COVID-19 outbreak.

Marriott Library remains open

The U’s libraries will move to reduced hours starting March 15. Until further notice, they will be open from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and closed on the weekends.

Faust Law Library is closed

The Law Library is currently closed and our staff is telecommuting.  Members of the law school community may access the building using their card keys, though we encourage people to stay home.

Learning Abroad, trips and Continuing Education cancellations

The university has suspended all university-affiliated student programs and travel in international locations through the end of Summer Term 2020

Academic advising during amidst COVID-19

Your advising needs are important to us. We have a number of options in place to ensure full access to academic advising.

COVID-19 guidance for mandatory on-campus or telecommuting designations

Information on who must report in-person to work and those whose work can be completed remotely.

Member of campus community tests positive for COVID-19

Information to protect the campus community.

Notes on using Zoom

Zoom can be used for group chats, not classroom instruction.

Thank you to our campus community

As we navigate the challenges created by the coronavirus, we want you to know how much we appreciate the patience, hard work and dedication you have shown.