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COVID-19: News and Campus Updates | University Resources | COVID-19 County Status | Fall 2021 Plans

Daily Symptoms Self-Check

UNC has worked together to be responsive and flexible during the COVID-19 pandemic. We remain committed to keeping our community connected, safe and supported with every decision we make.

As the semester progresses, UNC will monitor COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and positivity rates and will reassess campus operations and course delivery options as necessary. Visit this website for detailed information about spring semester operations.


Health Alerts

To keep our community informed about the presence of COVID-19 on the UNC campus, UNC will report the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on our Health Alerts dashboard.

Spring 2021 Commencement

Spring 2021 Commencement

UNC is hosting in-person commencement ceremonies for all graduates. Ceremony livestreams will also be available for those who are unable to attend in person.

Ceremony Details

Moderna Vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

UNC’s Student Health Center continues to administer COVID-19 vaccine doses to eligible campus community members based on the CDPHE’s mandated phases.

COVID-19 Vaccine Info

Get tested at the Community Testing Site located by Bishop-Lehr

On-Campus Community Testing Site

UNC Students and employees are strongly encouraged to be tested for COVID-19 often at the community testing site located on the east side of Bishop-Lehr Hall. 

Community Testing INFO

Fall 2021 Return to Campus

UNC is planning to return to a full schedule of in-person courses for the fall 2021 semester and restoring activities and events that will allow students to enjoy experiential learning, campus life and community engagement opportunities. 

We can't wait to have you back on campus! Learn more on our Fall 2021 Website

UNC's Mask Policy

  • Masks are required whenever you are indoors in public spaces on campus—that is, whenever you are in any space other than your own residence hall room or a private office. 
  • Masks required outdoors any time you are around other people—even when those other people are roommates, family members, or loved ones who you live with.
  • There is no general exception to this policy based on distances between instructors and their students during class.

Learn MorE  COVID-19 Prevention


Important Dates

The spring 2021 semester's individual course withdrawal deadline has been extended from
March 8 to April 16 in recognition of the challenges students continue to face due to COVID-19.

View the Academic Calendar

Coronavirus Website

UNC is actively monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and
providing regular updates on our Coronavirus Website.


Resources and Policies

Find useful resources and university established policies for the spring semester below.

Additional Information

Pick a topic below to learn more:

Report a Concern

Campus community members are encouraged to report behaviors that put the health and safety of the campus community at risk, such as those who are not following UNC's Mask Policy.

The Student Code of Conduct applies to all students and registered student organizations. Students are expected to comply with current state rule, laws and restrictions including those regarding COVID-19. Students or RSOs who allegedly violate public-health orders and/or COVID-specific university policies will be referred to the conduct process.

Keep Our Campus Community Healthy

It's important to follow UNC's policies and procedures
to keep yourself and fellow Bears healthy. 

Complete daily self symptom check
Complete daily symptom check

Stay home if sick
Stay home when sick

Stay 6 ft apart from others
Practice social distancing

Practice Good Hygiene
Wash hands frequently

Clean surfaces frequently
Clean and sanitize regularly