In this week’s update, get reminders about the upcoming COVID-19 vaccination booster requirement, mask requirements and distribution, and what to do following a positive COVID-19 diagnosis if you are student, faculty or staff.
Reminders and answers to questions about CU Boulder’s mask requirement; what to do if you receive a positive COVID-19 diagnosis; what to expect when you upload your vaccination booster documentation—learn more in this week’s update.
Reminders and answers to questions about updated mask recommendations, how to file for a booster exemption, what to do if you receive a positive diagnosis, vaccine data on the dashboard—learn more in this week’s update.
With in-person instruction resuming Jan. 24, learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine booster requirement; updated mask recommendations and distribution; and how to stay in compliance with state, federal, contractor or business requirements when working at a different location.
Campus officials will conduct a noontime alerts test on Dec. 20. The test involves checking the university’s systems for sending text messages, emails, social media posts, computer desktop alerts and website announcements in the event of emergencies.
About a dozen CU police officers and staff members, along with several members of other police departments, learned how to be better listeners, approach confrontation in a more effective manner and better understand the impact of non-verbal communication in a recent course.
If you see a large number of police officers in the Williams Village area Dec. 6–10, there’s no need to be alarmed. Police agencies from the region will be training together to respond to high-impact events.