Coronavirus: What You Need to Know
Revised COVID-19 Guidelines
The University of Delaware is updating its COVID-19 policies in light of the expiration of the federal public health emergency and anticipated expiration of the state of Delaware’s state of emergency order on May 11, 2023. The changes follow a review by the University’s Health Advisory Committee (HAC) of the current guidance issued by public health authorities.
Feb. 6 clinic to offer flu shots, COVID-19 boostersJanuary 30, 2023 | Written by Emergency Management
Federal government reopens COVID-19 home testing programDecember 15, 2022 | Written by Emergency Management
COVID-19 testing updateDecember 12, 2022 | Written by Emergency Management
What you need to know about respiratory virusesDecember 05, 2022 | Written by Student Health Services
For more information about the UD's response to COVID-19, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Supporting our community
- Caring for Our People: We prioritize the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff, as well as the greater Delaware community. The welfare of our people remains vital to our success, and we will do everything possible to support the wellbeing of our inclusive community and maintain workforce continuity through this unprecedented public health emergency.
- Cultivating Academic Excellence and Enrichment: As a world-class institution, we continue to ensure that teaching, research, scholarship and service thrive as cornerstones of human and intellectual development, today and in the future. As student success is our priority, we will maintain academic continuity, even during crisis, via alternative course delivery formats as necessary. We are committed to resuming campus life and normal operations as soon as it is safe to do so.
- Invigorating Our Mission for Positive Change: We continue to fulfill our mission and create value-driven opportunities to make a positive impact on society through scholarly endeavors, innovative research, creative learning, community engagement, and operational excellence. As a community of idea giants, our faculty, students and staff are bold and resilient, and will always seek ways to remain agile and persevere through challenge with efficiency and innovation.
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 email@example.com.
The University of Delaware provides all employees, their spouses, dependents, parents and in-laws with access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) ComPsych® GuidanceResources®.–at no additional cost.