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COVID-19: News and Campus Updates | Fall 2021 Plans

COVID-19 Communications

Summer Semester Mask Update

Throughout the pandemic, UNC has looked to guidance from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment in determining policies and protocols to help keep our students, faculty, staff, and visitors safe and healthy. [READ FULL POST]

Statement from President Andy Feinstein to UNC Faculty Regarding Vaccine Priority for Frontline Workers in Education

Access to in-person K-12 and early childhood education is critical to the growth and development of students across the state; the safe reopening of schools will also help parents across Colorado return to work. I am glad to see that Colorado continues to make progress in distributing vaccines to help bring an end to the pandemic. [READ FULL POST]

A Message from President Andy Feinstein: Welcome Back and Plans for the Spring and Fall Semesters

Welcome back! I hope you had a restful winter break and are looking forward to the spring semester as much as I am. As we begin a new semester, I have a sense of hope and anticipation for what lies ahead. I would like to share some of our plans for 2021. [READ FULL POST]

Calendar for Spring Semester 2021

After much consideration within Academic Affairs, including discussion by an ad-hoc task force, the standing Coronavirus Task Force, and the President’s Cabinet, we have decided to approach the spring semester as the inverse of what occurred this fall. [READ FULL POST]

Plans for the Start of the Spring 2021 Semester

Throughout 2020, UNC has worked together to be responsive and flexible in the face of uncertainty, and we remain committed to keeping our community connected, safe, and supported with every decision we make. e have decided spring semester will start as planned on January 11 with no changes to the academic calendar. [READ FULL POST]

Housing and Dining COVID-19 Update

We’ve seen a steady increase of COVD-19 cases at the state and local community levels. The pandemic continues to cause much uncertainty, and as noted in President Andy Feinstein’s message yesterday, November 12, 2020, the university has given careful consideration to course delivery post-Thanksgiving, from November 30 through December 11. [READ FULL POST]