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COVID-19: News and Campus Updates

COVID-19 Communications

Message from President Andy Feinstein

March 27, 2020: We have all used the word unprecedented more times than we can count lately, but few words better reflect the recent changes in our personal and professional lives. For several weeks, UNC has sought to manage wide ranging impacts to our students, staff, and faculty, sustain the health and safety of our community, and ensure the continuous delivery of our core academic mission and support functions—even before the federal, state, and local response to the Coronavirus pandemic accelerated. [READ FULL POST]

Housing & Dining Credit Message

March 27, 2020: As the Coronavirus pandemic spreads throughout the United States we are all facing a rapidly changing world. UNC has certainly not been exempt from those rapid changes. We recognize that many of UNC’s students, who prior to spring break were living on campus, are changing their minds as classes move online and Stay at Home orders are implemented in Colorado and beyond. [READ FULL POST]

New UNC Resource: Remote Work Toolkit

March 26, 2020; I’m writing to share a new resource that will be helpful as we continue to adjust to the reality of working remotely. Koreen Myers, UNC’s organizational development specialist, has created an online toolkit containing a wealth of information about working remotely. [READ FULL POST]

Confirmed Case of COVID-19 at UNC

In compliance with provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, the University of Northern Colorado has been informed that a UNC employee has tested positive for the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. [READ FULL POST]

Housing & Check Out Update to Students, Parents and Families

March 24, 2020: Currently, the university has implemented various protocols, following nation-wide coronavirus recommendations, that impact the campus living environment. We’ve received many questions and concerns about checking out of the residence halls or returning to live on campus. We are working hard to address these concerns and questions. [READ FULL POST]

A Message to Faculty and Staff

March 23, 2020: Over the past couple weeks, we have all experienced unprecedented changes in our work and personal lives that would have been unimaginable just a short time ago. This has arguably been the most unusual Spring Break—and return from break—that any of us has encountered. [READ FULL POST]