University Statements

On today’s events

What we are witnessing is not representative of the fundamental ideals that have shaped our nation and made us a model of governance throughout the world.


Statement from Chief Safety Officer Marlon Lynch

Lynch provides clarity and context for a departmental personnel decision.


RBIRT statement on Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence Zoom bombing incident

The incident happened on November 30, 2020.


Spring 2021 Semester tuition questions answered

The U will implement a previously approved 2% tuition rate increase for spring 2021.


Student coronavirus testing plan

This is about joining together in actions that will protect the health and well-being of all members of our community.


What makes us the U? Resilience, compassion and dedication

The U community remains united by a shared commitment to freedom of speech, academic inquiry, pursuit of knowledge, diversity, inclusion and innovation.


Help stop coronavirus spike

We must act now to protect the health and safety of our entire community—an ethic we know our campus embraces.


Statement on Oct. 26 Zoom bombing

The meeting organizers ended the meeting about 30-40 seconds after the “bombing” began.


The 2020 election

As One U, we can model how a campus comes together, bridges divides and differences of opinion and finds ways to move forward as a community.


Statement regarding student complaint

College and department leaders respond to a student complaint and messages of concern.