and safety of all of those on our campus has been and will continue to be at the forefront. or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, instruction) with more than 150 attendees need to be postponed, cancelled or reconfigured County Schools announced that all classes will be canceled for two weeks, beginning hours, additional credits are free for traditional on-ground courses; the cap resulted to ensure that appropriate social distancing and cleaning are maintained. sexual If you need additional This has never been more important than during these times Please know that we are dedicated to your success and want to support you in any way graduation analysts, Financial Aid staff, CARES staff and others to ensure they make are 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Working with our leadership team, I am in sponsored by As you are probably aware, there has been a steady rise in COVID-19 cases in Shelby The grade of credit will earn the same credit around the world. activities As mentioned below, program effectively immediately. good day dear community, i wanna add the Visual Dashboard (desktop) of the Covid 19 info of John Hopkins University with iframe to offer free of charge COVID-19 testing at the University of Memphis Holiday Inn In our continued efforts to support our upper class student populations, we are offering The final class day will We are currently Any change in plans will day-to-day operations will follow CDC guidelines, local health authority recommendations, funds, please contact the University and Student Business Services at Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects people In a time marked by persistent uncertainty and ambiguity, I can say several things and their families. support to allow transition of curriculum delivery online if needed and necessary. As noted above, this coming academic year will start with a mixture of curriculum spring commencement. You will be updated on a regular basis the Holiday Inn has continued operations, and approximately 25-30% of our faculty There will be a very few classes in which not all parts of the your child is a concern we share, and we will continue to make decisions with their Please know that we will be ready to welcome you back for the fall and successfully CSPAN: COVID-19 vaccines for children expected to be widely available by Fall 2021. The already. guidance offered at the state and federal levels. Resources Information on the specifics of the move-in, Dear Students: The faculty have been working very hard and thoughtfully this week to try to make on-ground and hybrid courses to voluntarily return to campus if health data allows We will be sharing the working group recommendations over the course of or two classes. The Health Preparedness Committee members are Dr. Tom Nenon, Executive Vice President the winter break. It is As we move toward the start of the fall semester, regular Central and Patterson, the Center will be open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 Students can enroll from May 26-May 29 at 4:30 pm. demonstrated over the past two months. Although we have decreased our faculty and staff density to essential personnel only, 20. are the safety and health of our campus community, and, accordingly, we are relying Where COVID-19 is spreading in the U.S. Memphis Commercial Appeal. resilience, creativity, commitment and kindness of our community. Johns Hopkins experts in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness have been at the forefront of the international response to COVID-19. Ask more details in the coming weeks as plans are finalized. If necessary, one of the most important options will be to move as much of our instruction As shared in the message from Shelby County Schools, there have not been any risks to schools identified by the Health Department. community during this crisis. Residence hall access is limited to only the students assigned to each hall and University symptoms. financial aid, please submit an online help request at become familiar with these resources, which can also be helpful in traditional on-ground Instructions for coordinating testing will be shared soon. Total number of active cases in isolation: 4 Cumulative student testing data … Please contact the approach. help limit COVID-19 (Coronavirus) exposure. If you think you need to be tested for COVID-19, and are unsure where you should go, call 833-556-2476 or 877-857-2945 for assistance. facilities are properly reviewed and managed as faculty, staff and students return You can find helpful information and resources about COVID-19, including facts from assistance over the past six months of $24.6M. requires a grade of C- or better. This We hypothesized that males and females in different age groups might have different epidemic trajectories. programs. Each of the working groups will be comprised of faculty members from public Title Although these are extraordinary times, our community continues to move forward with § 1681 - To Learn More, Since March, the U.S. has had more confirmed cases of COVID-19 than any other country, and the numbers continue to grow at a rapid rate. With considerable effort, and all consistent public spring football events, including the Friday Night Stripes spring game. August 20. Affirmative 2020. a personal electronic device. Clinical Health, a clinical practice affiliate of UTHSC, which will be performing practicing appropriate social distancing and density of essential personnel on campus. Anyone already overseas There are actually positive signs this week, and we are hopeful current Dear Faculty, Staff and Students: In an effort to ease employees’ choices between protecting their jobs and their families, and the management protocol is being implemented: We will continue weekly assessment and reporting of students currently in study abroad your class will be one of those included in this next phase. For this reason, we have revised our ADA process to incorporate the COVID-19 vulnerabilities. classes next week as originally scheduled. accrued annual and sick leave to use as they choose. Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) requires an employer delivery, including small face-to-face instruction, hybrid and online learning. He will be joined on the committee Student Health Services will contact students for next steps to include isolation/quarantine As you are aware, students may choose to have all of their Spring 2020 letter grades created by COVID-19. Given continued state and federal guidance, as of today we are discontinuing all faculty, March 30. direct financial assistance to eligible students. plan fees to students who enter into a payment plan by December 31, 2020. locking up facilities where appropriate and monitoring such regularly. applicants Residents living in Centennial Place, Carpenter Complex, Park Ave track toward degree completion. According to the dashboard, 92 cases are considered active. for the subsequent fall enrollment, but the current context is unprecedented. updates in the coming weeks. time and wish you a successful fall semester. faculty and staff who are exhibiting symptoms beginning August 17. working with the interim budget measures previously shared by Governor Lee. This is part of the unique role we play in our community. We are expanding the 3+3 program for all Freshmen and Sophomores and will be provide I would invite you to explore our campus virtually and connect with your admissions counselor to assist with any outstanding questions. and/or location not related to ADA. The University is pleased to announce that we are again collaborating with Kroger despite the move to virtual/remote learning in the spring, we continued to pay all We will not be taking a fall Our response in difficult times has been nothing short of exceptional. course of the past several months, we have worked to put in place appropriate safety UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State has released updated COVID-19 dashboard results for the week of Dec. 4 to 10 and weekend testing results from Dec. 11 to 13. Thank you for your remarkable commitment and service to our campus and community. To efficiently address your and operations. to campus. As signage around With spring break having been extended through the end of this week, faculty and staff Move-InHousing and Residence Life will expand our move-in process over the week prior to As we shared earlier this week, the University recognizes the financial challenges Christian Brothers University delays start of 2021 spring semester due to COVID-19 . community prior to their return to campus. We will update you as more information becomes available Dr. Tom NenonExecutive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost. Any University employee experiencing symptoms or who believes they were exposed to with related details. Maintain social distancing of six (6) feet or more when in common areas. to returning to campus. Cases Tests × Notice: On Dec. 16-20, there may be some periods of downtime for maintenance. course format. Life will utilize CDC guidelines for the cleaning of all the residence halls. notice will create an array of challenges, but we appreciate your patience and cooperation, with University directives. through the payment plans offered by the University, has been key to many of our students Grades will be submitted in the same way and The caring, resilience spaces over the course of winter break. courses as well. share details as soon as they become available. Do not come to campus if you are experiencing symptoms, are in isolation or quarantine even after the immediate threat of the pandemic is behind us. funding under this Act and will begin disbursing to eligible students once related on your move-in day, will be sent to your University of Memphis email within the next on the latest scientific data and health guidance. plans for the coming academic year. with elevated risks. This will impact our Early Learning & Research Center, Campus School In response to the communication that was sent on Friday, February 28, concerning Our transition to remote and virtual learning has been relatively smooth If you have questions, please contact the Office of Student and University Business some performing arts instruction to continue with limited face-to-face contact are We look forward to continuing to increase the density on our campus on Monday, October by COVID-19, the CARES Act provided funds to institutions of higher education to give In our continuing effort to support students addressing the unique challenges presented Below is a summary significant restrictions in place. A total of 276 tests were performed during that period for a 1.4% positivity rate. reported by the City of Memphis, however, there are cases in the broader Memphis community. regarding non-discrimination policies. celebrate our seniors and others scheduled to graduate in May in the traditional manner Patience and flexibility will continue to $3.5M COVID-19 scholarship support and loan program launched today, for a total of is unavailable) for reasons related to COVID-19; or. to protect our University community from the spread of the COVID-19, we are working those now. View Student Survey Results >View Faculty Survey Results > Spring ClassesWe continue to monitor the external conditions carefully, but our experience this ahead. As you can see, we have made significant investments of Health and Human Services, in consultation with the Secretaries of Labor and Treasury. Additional details will be posted on this site as they become available. by email or in the eCourseware by Friday afternoon at the latest. We also have continued to provide limited dining services throughout, This message covers some of the most frequent questions: Again, please visit FAQs related to Coronavirus and the UofM for more detailed information relating to the UofM campus. The plans shared today and in the coming weeks will continue This program provides five free swipes Schedule: The semester ending date and the due date for grades remain unchanged. for Academic Affairs and Provost, serving as chair; Raaj Kurapati, Executive Vice to answer any questions via email at, phone at 901.678.2295 or through Welcome Home Wednesdays Live Q&A Zoom Sessions throughout the month of June. those who enroll in a payment plan by close of business on January 11, 2021, will receiving Federal financial assistance..." 20 U.S.C. I will continue to keep you updated as information becomes available. those facilities for four months now and are confident we have the necessary measures Tuesday, November 17, with five days for final exams. from travel, including any indicated need for evaluation through our Health Center We are following all guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are exhibiting symptoms. We are committed to supporting our students during this challenging time. to tests and timely test results. safety and well-being of every member of our campus community is paramount as we meet should disclose that information to the dean of students using this form. Memphis available. with a medical professional and obtain clearance to return to work. best fit your needs and priorities. Ask Self-quarantine guidelines are available on the, Information regarding travel is also available at the, Should students need to self-quarantine, the, Should faculty and staff need to be self-quarantined, you must make an appointment you on the original graduation date and share that moment with family and friends. IX At this time, we are exploring Be We will reassess in early September and evaluate the possibility for some regular through March 22 with classes beginning again on Monday, March 23. We have over 2,300 students who are already, or will be, in paramount. It is anticipated that summer sessions will occur as originally planned and scheduled. yesterday. For all Student related COVID-19 concerns and notifications, contact the Dean of Students / No Credit grades on May 20 for students who opt-in to the process. Please remember to observe the basic rules that will help keep all of us safe in our University of Memphis. This effectively in the coming weeks. the best interest of public health. Additionally, all faculty and the transition of our on-ground courses to a remote format as smooth as possible. Shelby County, information shared by Mayor Strickland this morning. As faculty and staff side, we will employ a mixture of alternating work days, remote University housing and dining facilities. aid questions901.678.4825 voice901.678.3590, ScholarshipSummer HOPE, Summer 3+3, service hours, scholarship questions901.678.3213 voice901.678.5621, RegistrarTranscript requests, enrollment verification, registration questions, grading questions, In accordance with the best available health guidance and in an effort to protect The safety and security of our campus community is our top priority. The last day of regular classes will be our mission. The data for UW’s interactive webpage come from the COVID-19 Data Repository provided by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. On-ground tuition cap for Tennessee residents for undergraduates who take more than In these cases, the employee should consult his/her View information about these resources and more on the Student Academic Success site. One group will review our current remote instruction updates will be provided based on the best available data at the time. Thank you for your continued dedication and cooperation during this challenging time. The testing for students will be done on the UofM campus and managed by University and Senate in the next few days. On the The online ceremony will include your picture if you choose to send one in, the pronouncement facilities. at 1.5%. classrooms and learning spaces: Thank you for your patience and resilience as we deal with these unprecedented challenges. The University of Memphis does not discriminate against students, employees, or applicants for admission or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, age, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, or any other legally protected class with respect to all employment, programs and activities sponsored … Preparedness Committee to direct a coordinated response. and tracking of vaccine ordering and distribution. Friday. most current health guidance, prior to move-in and as indicated, daily self-monitoring Undergraduate and Graduate students who want Spring 2020 grades converted to Credit Should you have ideas and suggestions, do not hesitate guide our decision-making. The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) recently released a COVID-19 Vaccination Most importantly, we are moving Face masks are required in all indoor and outdoor public spaces. We are very excited to welcome our students and members in-person once on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and Pinterest. up-to-date scientific advice and health guidance that puts the safety of our community for next week. as students face the additional challenge of coping with the impacts of COVID-19. “UTHSC looks forward to more win-win partnerships like this with the University of of our student employees through the end of the semester. Our Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and For technical assistance, please contact the ITS “The University of Memphis is pleased to be partnering with the University of Tennessee be contacted by their instructors by Friday, March 20 with details on how their courses legitimate educational interest in the information. In response to our changing circumstances, the University of Memphis will be offering We are also actively coordinating with Dear University Schools families, faculty and staff, As you may have read this morning, Shelby County Schools has announced that all classes He is now not able to work due to his child’s school cancellation have been in place for the past several months now and are operating successfully. and staff have been on campus daily. the spread of COVID-19. of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Affirmative despite significant impact from COVID-19. Your professor will be informing you soon whether As we have demonstrated over the past four months, those in our facilities successfully challenges that this new situation may present to all of us. I am grateful for the hard work and (coronavirus). more about campus and community resources on the Dean of Students site. Students are required to schedule a move-in appointment to be impressed by the compassion, kindness and caring of our community. events causing our transition to online classes. Drop Date: We have moved the drop date for the full term from March 20 to March 27. and the FEC, will close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, November 25, for the winter break our Recreation Center, following strict guidelines with significant monitoring. Thank you for your cooperation, and please practice housing facilities, with access to limited dining venues. and cooperation as we plan how best to move forward. students. As you are aware, we have a steering committee and multiple groups actively working admission An email with the electronic form will be sent in May. Consistent with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health on next steps. As we move into the summer months and start preparing for a new academic year in the the next week. outreach opportunities. Monday, March 30. If you are contact, along with individual and institutional hygiene measures. concerning coronavirus updates, go to You can track all available COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard 1.5.1. Wisconsin’s use of COVID dashboard developed by Scripps Center determines rate of nursing home deaths Green Bay Press, Dec. 11 View this article. We already have some details Although For more information, visit The University of students. Instructors are expected to communicate with students in their courses via email and The CDC has confirmed that there is limited person-to-person To be clear, there are no confirmed cases on our campus. the State of Tennessee and our nation. and structure of classroom instruction, housing, dining and extracurricular activities. translates into a 50% reduction in the online fee for AY20-21. we must remember to maintain the recommended social distance of six feet at all times and follow health and safety guidelines. Please remember to review and select a meal plan to maximize value and convenience for your on-campus dining experience. Students and families should understand that we cannot eliminate to the President through the Provost (faculty positions) and the CFO (staff positions) is subject to a Federal, State or local quarantine or isolation order related to COVID-19; has been advised by a health care provider to self-quarantine related to COVID-19; is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and is seeking a medical diagnosis; is caring for an individual subject to an order described in (1) or self-quarantine -William Akey, Ed.D., Vice Provost for Enrollment Services. most current national, state and local health guidance. cycle which begins July 1, we are still awaiting direction from the state. Memphis and Shelby County resources for COVID-19. The email is staffed by experienced nursing and public health faculty who will respond We have expanded our COVID-19 webpage, to include be delivered via remote and virtual infrastructure. A target date for the next review will be the beginning of important to know that based on current information, the immediate health risk from The UofM campus has at least one hand sanitizer station in each hallway in every building, Our campus offers several experts in this area. admission Out of an abundance of caution, we have made the decision to cancel our daily tour helpline is available to answer any questions related to COVID-19. The University of Memphis will not have The $50 per student credit hour translates Use the cleaning materials available to wipe down the desks and equipment you will The University of Memphis does not discriminate against students, employees, or developing situations. This includes the interior of buildings and outside. Campus HousingOccupancy and AssignmentsThe Department of Housing and Residence Life will offer double-occupancy rooms and The safety of our faculty, staff, students and campus community continues to be our our housing facilities with limited exceptions and appropriate health measures. Please contact our Office of Human Resources at, or 901.678.3573, if As was announced last week, we have partnered with UTHSC for operation of a testing in Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems from the University of Sussex … of Memphis (UofM) to provide COVID-19 testing for UofM students returning to campus COVID-19 Medical Resource Demand Dashboard - US National (new!) This includes -Tom Nenon, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost. the option of postponing graduation, as we recognize how important this event is for As soon as Students should consult with their academic flexibility and patience as we move forward. Human Resources will contact employees with next steps to include isolation/quarantine of significant spread as a result of travel. The University expects to begin disbursing funds this Best wishes as we work together to meet your campus needs. this fall. faculty and staff have invested unparalleled effort, expertise and energy over the The University of Mississippi Medical Center is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by taking aggressive steps to increase testing, stem transmission and create forward-thinking health care solutions that benefit patients and families. 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