CU Anschutz continues to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19). This website is updated frequently.
Important Vaccine Message from CU President Mark Kennedy and Campus Chancellors
April 28, 2021
Since the health and safety of our campus communities is among our top priorities, we have determined to require that all University of Colorado students, faculty and staff receive a COVID-19 vaccine before the start of fall semester 2021.
We appreciate all you have done to persevere through the challenges of the pandemic. More information will be coming soon.
Please note that this updated Skillsoft training requirement is an addition to the previous “COVID-19: Return to Campus” training you took upon approval for on-campus activity. Ensure you take the new training by March 31.
2 Daily Steps Once Approved to Return:
Complete the daily health questionnaire either at home or on campus before making your way to your destination for the day.
Wear a mask at all times when indoors, unless you are working alone in your own completely enclosed workspace, or when in a completely enclosed shared workspace approved by your COVID official for unmasked activity. (Note: masks are required at all
times in the Strauss Health Sciences Library)
A closed workspace = ceiling, 4 walls, closed door
Go directly to your workspace
Follow donning and doffing protocols for scrubs, uniforms and PPE in healthcare settings
Stay 6 or more feet away from others at all times
Do not gather, meet or congregate at any time, inside or outside
Follow all posted signage, floor markings and schedules
All faculty and staff who have not been designated as “critical” or invited to return to campus for in-person activity are to work remotely until further notice. Clinical faculty and staff should consult with their clinical supervisors.
Complete the required remote work registration form and find resources below: