We're so excited to welcome our Buffs back to campus in a few short weeks. We know things will look, feel and operate differently this fall, so we want to ensure we're all prepared for what's next. To help us all navigate the necessary changes, we've outlined ways to keep yourself and our community healthy.
Most important, we need to remember to do all we can to Protect Our Herd.
Learn how: https://www.colorado.edu/protect-our-herd/
From the Chancellor – Our COVID-19-ready return to campus
Throughout the last few months, under guidance from our world-class research and innovation teams in partnership with our dynamic and dedicated faculty and staff, we worked together to create, implement and now execute our Road Map to Fall.
A COVID-19-Ready campus experience and flexible academic instruction modalities are top priorities as we welcome Buffs back to campus for the fall 2020 semester. None of our in-person learning is possible without upgrades to our buildings and sanitation. We have spent millions of dollars investing in personal protective equipment, air filtration systems and enhanced cleaning and disinfection protocols.
Serving the public good is more vital now than ever. With that in mind, we've implemented changes to the student code of conduct and introduced a public health awareness campaign, "Protect Our Herd", as a daily reminder of the basic actions we all must take to ensure the safety of our community.
This is just a fraction of the work we’ve done over the last few months and moving forward we will continue to be flexible and adapt as new data, innovations and capabilities become available.
Learn more about our COVID-ready return to campus plan from Chancellor DiStefano at the link below.
Almost five months ago, in the midst of an emerging pandemic in the middle of our spring semester, we made the difficult decision to move to remote teaching and learning. We have since faced challenges that none of us could have imagined.
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