CU Anschutz is actively monitoring the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and taking proactive measures in accordance with local and national guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our community. We will continue to update this webpage as new information becomes available.
Effective Monday, March 16, and through at least Thursday, April 30, faculty and staff not designated as “critical” to their unit or department operations are to work remotely.
All employees at CU Anschutz working remotely are required to register on our remote workforce site. Additionally, anyone who has been asked to self-quarantine or has been exposed to and/or diagnosed with COVID-19 is required to register on the remote workforce site.
Learn about managing HIPAA information while working remotely.
*Please be aware working remotely may not apply to faculty and staff with clinical responsibilities. Please consult with your clinical supervisor.
All remote course delivery is to take place remotely through the end of the spring semester. Students can get help with remote learning tools Canvas and Zoom, find tips on being a successful remote learner, and access resources like online tutoring.
A number of resources are available to support remote teaching. These resources will be updated frequently, so please check back often. If you’re looking for 1:1 Office of Digital Education (ODE) consultation on instructional design and technology, you can book online or drop-in using the links below.
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If you have been exposed to the coronavirus (COVID-19), are under quarantine and/or awaiting test results, or if you have been informed by a public health department or a medical provider that you have tested positive or are presumptively positive for the coronavirus, or believe you are experiencing coronavirus symptoms, you must report your status. Please take the following steps.
The last step is especially important as we monitor the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) within the campus community and beyond. Gathering pertinent health information is essential to the well-being of the campus community.
We know that CU Anschutz is a close community and that you all care for each other, so if you know someone who may need additional support or you have a concern about something happening in regards to COVID-19, please submit a referral form here.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is continuously monitoring and responding to this outbreak. The frequently asked questions on the CDC website are a reliable source of timely information about COVID-19, how it spreads and how it is affecting people all over the world.