The University of Northern Colorado has been actively monitoring the rapidly evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and providing regular updates to the UNC community as the situation changes.
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This afternoon, I convened the President’s Cabinet, President’s Leadership Council, Dean’s Council, and Faculty Senate to discuss the University’s response to the spread of COVID-19 and its impact on the continuous delivery of the University’s mission. [READ FULL POST]
Online Learning Preparedness
Classes Move Online After Spring Break
Following our scheduled Spring Break (March 15 to 22), students on all UNC campuses will be taught remotely (not in person) for two weeks (March 23 to April 5). We are planning to resume face-to-face teaching on Monday, April 6. However, that could change with the evolving situation.
We are investigating how to accommodate classroom activities that typically include laboratories, performances, or other in-person interactions, and specific guidance will follow.
In-Person Classes Canceled March 23 & March 24
To allow time for faculty to prepare to teach classes remotely after Spring Break, all in-person classes at all of UNC’s campuses have been canceled on March 23 and March 24.
Classes that were already scheduled to occur online will continue to be held, as scheduled.
Classes that are moving online will start on March 25.
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Travelers returning from countries designated Level 2 or 3 by the CDC are subject to 14-day self-quarantine off campus upon return.
University-affiliated domestic travel outside of Colorado is suspended unless deemed to be essential. We encourage all members of the UNC community to consider using video conferencing, phones, or other alternatives to meeting in person when possible.
Other than for students returning home, personal travel outside Colorado is also discouraged.
Events and Meetings
All University events scheduled on campus from March 23 through April 5 are canceled. Athletic events will follow the guidance of their conference governance and public health officials. Meetings that are necessary to the continued operation of the University or to comply with specific academic requirements may still be held, although alternatives to face-to-face meetings should be utilized when reasonable and appropriate. Please confer with your division vice president regarding whether a particular meeting falls within these limited exceptions. During this time, visitors to campus are discouraged.
University to Reassess Class, Event Schedule by March 27
No later than March 27, the university will let campus know if alternate classes and event cancellations will extend beyond April 5.
Campus business operations and services including residence halls, dining operations, Campus Recreation Center, Student Heath Center, University Libraries, Campus Commons, and University Center will remain open.
While UNC campuses will not be officially closed as part of this time period, we do ask for your patience as some services may be limited due to adjusted staffing levels.
Telecommuting Options for Faculty and Staff
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