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ADVISORY COVID-19 updates
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UF COVID-19 Updates

For detailed information about UF students, faculty and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19, visit our Cases page.

REOPENING PLAN


MOST RECENT STEPS TAKEN

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May 29: UF has created a draft plan for reopening that follows the SUS blueprint. We welcome input.

May 19: In coordination with the Board of Governors and State University System of Florida, UF makes plans to return students to campus during the fall semester.

May 12: Updates made to university travel policy initially issued March 16th.

May 1: UF announces initial framework for bringing staff back to campus.

April 15: UF Transportation and Parking 和彩彩票 will provide students, faculty, and staff parking decal refunds for the month of April 和彩彩票.

April 6: UF will continue online delivery of coursework during the Summer B term, as has been announced for the Summer A and Summer C terms.

April 6: The Summer B term is being shifted to start one week later than had been previously announced in the academic calendar. Summer B Classes will begin on July 6 instead of on June 29. This shift will also affect some Summer C dates.

March 27: UF is pausing faculty and staff hiring, including OPS jobs, effective immediately and until further notice, with a few exceptions.


TRAVEL INFORMATION

Travelers should stay informed on .


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

For the latest federal updates as well as information about how to prevent COVID-19, visit the . For the latest Florida-specific information, including a COVID-19 resource toolkit as well as a list of positive cases by county, visit the .


Visit our (866-UF-FACTS).

Advice from Dr. Ron Berry of UF's Student Health Center regarding COVID-19

As Gators, we have a tradition of pulling together and rising to meet major challenges with optimism and determination. I encourage all of us to look out for each other as we take care of ourselves. I am confident that our university community will meet this challenge.

— UF President Kent Fuchs