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Rochester Restart

Planning for a safe return this fall

The University of Rochester is acting to ensure our campuses are safe and prepared this fall. Below you will find recent updates and announcements about Fall 2020 and the University’s Restart Plan. If you’re looking for specific answers to questions, explore our FAQ topics.

Latest updates on Fall 2020

Health and Safety
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July 24, 2020 | 06:47 pm

Provost webinar outlines health and safety protocols for fall

On July 23 Provost Rob Clark was joined by medical experts and facilities leaders to discuss topics related to health and safety protocols for the fall.

topics: All Students, Fall 2020, Health Monitoring, Housing, July 2020, PPE,
University Operations
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August 10, 2020 | 08:38 am

Faculty Club to be closed this fall

The Faculty Club will be closed for the fall 2020 semester. The space will be reconfigured as a take-out only space with to-go meals.

topics: August 2020, Dining, Fall 2020,
Students
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August 7, 2020 | 02:55 pm

How to find classroom assignments for fall 2020

The University has published a classroom assignments document to provide information on courses for fall 2020, including online or in-person format.

topics: Academics, August 2020, Fall 2020,
Students
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August 5, 2020 | 04:53 pm

Further update on the fall athletic season

The NCAA Division III Presidents Council has canceled 2020 fall sport championships, likely resulting in no games for Rochester teams this fall.

topics: August 2020, Fall 2020, Student Activities,
Students
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August 2, 2020 | 07:56 am

Questions about student quarantine?

There are several quarantine options for students arriving in Rochester from specific US states with high COVID-19 transmission rates.

topics: All Students, August 2020, Fall 2020, Health Monitoring, Housing,

The Rochester Restart plan

The planning effort is informed by our guiding principles and shaped by input from remarkable faculty, staff, and students serving on planning committees and well as guidance from New York State and public health officials.

Explore the comprehensive plan

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