President Sarah C. Mangelsdorf shares an update for the University community with a special thank-you to all of our frontline employees.
Given the extraordinary year the University has had amid COVID-19, there will be a modified approach and timelines to performance evaluations.
University Health Service (UHS) is cancelling its Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine clinics scheduled for April 13 and 14 due to CDC and FDA regulations and recommendations.
The latest updated guidelines for University-related travel and personal travel for faculty, staff, postdocs, and students.
This campus visitor exception is in effect through May 3, and is only for outdoor areas on the River Campus.
On April 6 NYS expands COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to people 16 years and older. Students can enroll to get vaccinated at the Medical Center.
University and UR Medicine faculty, staff and students who are 30 years or older can register to be vaccinated through the Medical Center.
Our new Coronavirus Vaccine FAQ page includes a general overview about the COVID-19 vaccine as well as specific details for University employees.
AS&E is planning for an in-person 2021-22 academic year beginning with the fall semester. All AS&E classes are expected to be held on campus at full classroom capacity.
As early as March 23, URMC will offer COVID-19 vaccines to faculty, staff, and students who meet New York State’s 1b eligibility criteria.
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