Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

Official updates from the University of Delaware regarding the current status of the COVID-19 virus and its impact on the University community

Momentum and Resilience: Our UD Spring Semester Resumes

A message to the University of Delaware community from President Dennis Assanis

What you need to know

 

Coursework: Classes will resume online on Monday, March 30. Learn from home information

 

Academic regulations for undergraduate students: Updated information about grading, pass/fail and course withdrawal. More details

 

Graduate students: Information about policies and resources for graduate students and postdoctoral trainees has been updated. Graduate College website.

 

Remote work: Employees will continue working from home until May 15, or until the public health threat is eliminated. More details

 

IT problems: Students, faculty and staff are asked to email askit@udel.edu.

More updates from UD >

If you have questions that weren't addressed in our FAQs section, you may email coronavirus@udel.edu

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  • Sharing critical supplies

    Article by UDaily Staff | March 23, 2020

    UD donates gloves, masks and other personal protective equipment

Supporting our community

It is important to remember that the physical health of our community is equally connected to the social and mental health of our community. UD offers a number of resources for students should you need someone to talk to at this unsettling time. If you feel you have been discriminated against, please contact UD's Office of Equity & Inclusion at oei@udel.edu

 

The University of Delaware provides all employees, their spouses, dependents, parents and in-laws with access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) at no additional cost. To access this program, you may call 800-343-2186 or visit their website. If using the website, you will need to enter the "State of Delaware" as the password.

UD students, faculty and staff: Prepare yourself for continuing your learning, teaching and working experience in a remote or online environment.

The University is offering Course Continuity Workshops for faculty should the transition to online course delivery become necessary. Workshop topics include UD Capture, Zoom and Canvas. 

Register now

UD Resources 

UD faculty & staff: Register your travel >

Study Abroad Updates >

For international students >

Campus & Public Safety updates >

Other resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention >

Delaware Division for Public Health >

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