Anticipated Schedule for Re-entry to Campus

These phases are highly dependent on external conditions and need to be responsive to the evolution of the virus. They are based on a cautiously optimistic assumption that a return to a modified model of on-campus instruction and activity will resume in the fall. 

During Modified Business Operations Yellow, individuals involved in university research and clinical activities will be among the first to return to campus in this gradual re-entry plan. At this time, detailed plans with specific timing have not been determined for other individuals and groups to return. Unit leaders will receive additional guidance for implementation of individual operational plans that follow established re-entry conditions to facilitate their teams’ return at the appropriate time(s). University leadership will review proposed operational plans. Unit leaders will implement their unit-specific operational plan once approved and communicate updates with their team.

  • Limited business operations with essential services only
  • Remote learning
  • Suspension of on-campus events and activities
  • Continuation of essential services and research support
  • Resumption of research activities as operational plans are approved
  • Clinic openings with operational plans and restricted personnel approved
  • Resumption of student clinical experiences following operational plans after approval
  • Critical administrative, business operations, academic, student affairs as communicated from university/school leadership based on approved operational plans; this is a fluid situation, and employees should check with their supervisor for guidance
  • Staggered return to campus of faculty and staff to prepare for resumption of modified fall return
  • All returns to campus will be based on on-site needs and approved operational plans
  • Athletes (depending on guidance from the conference)
  • Some faculty, staff and students continue to work remotely
  • Students return in accordance with approved/sanctioned activities (e.g., athletics, scheduled residence hall move-in, start of class) and in compliance with all safety protocols (e.g., mandatory training, health check, testing)
  • Faculty, staff and students work on campus