Published: March 2, 2020

The campus is actively engaged and has a plan in place to address emerging needs regarding the global public health concern involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). We have established as a central resource for the latest guidance and information.

With this in mind, here are three key ways we can support each other as a campus community:

  • Help communicate accurate information. Please assist in dispelling misinformation and rumors, particularly on social media.
  • Show your care for each other. Based on fear of the virus, people can make the mistake of attributing it to entire groups of people, and this can lead to bias and prejudice. The university has received reports of instances where individuals on our campus have felt unwelcome, excluded or targeted. We are stronger as a community when we work together to stand against racism, discrimination and harassment—which has no place on our campus. Don’t Ignore It.
  • Connect with all of the campus resources listed at the webpage if you feel stressed or worried.

We will provide regular updates to keep you informed of the latest information of relevance to our campus.