Covid-19 Information


M Circle

Campus & Community

Health Center Director Urges COVID Vigilance Over Spring Break

Testing Required of Students in Residence Halls or Who Travel Beyond 5 States or D.C. Before Return to Campus

Arundel Hall

Campus & Community

Sequester-in-Place Order Lifted; In-Person Instruction to Resume

Campus Sees Drop in COVID Test Positivity Rate; Spring Break to Proceed as Planned

Snowy M Circle

Campus & Community

Amid Rise in COVID Cases, Student Gatherings Limited to 5 People

Testing to Expand, Enhanced Health Precautions Implemented in Affected Residence Halls, Fraternity and Sorority Houses

Student double-masking
Student double-masking

Campus & Community

4 Questions 4 Maryland

Starting With Masks, Health Center Director Addresses Campus COVID-19 Concerns in New Video Series

4 Maryland collage/screengrab
4 Maryland collage/screengrab

Campus & Community

New COVID Variants Call for New Vigilance

PSA Promotes Practicing Healthy Behaviors 4 Maryland

Screengrab of USM chancellor, presidents
Screengrab of USM chancellor, presidents

Campus & Community

USM Chancellor, Presidents: ‘Together, We Can End This Virus for Good’

System Leaders Join in Effort to Encourage COVID-19 Vaccinations Across Maryland

Vaccines

Campus & Community

State Expands Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccine

No Timeline Yet for Distribution to Campus; Supply in Maryland Remains Limited

Dad helps student move into residence hall

Campus & Community

What You Need to Know in Spring 2021

Testing Expands; Most Fall 2020 Safety Measures Carry Over, From Buses to Dining to Stamp

Student working on laptop

Campus & Community

Undergrads Allowed to Take Up to 7 Credits as Pass/Fail

Choice Extended to Last Day of Spring 2021 Classes; ‘P’ to Include Grades of C- or Better

Testudo statue at sunset

Campus & Community

Terps Coming to Campus for Spring Must Get COVID Tests Every Two Weeks

New Guidelines for Face Coverings, Quarantine and Isolation Housing Also Announced

M on Ritchie Coliseum

Campus & Community

Spring 2021 Plans to Look Much Like Fall’s

Most Undergrad Instruction to Begin Online; Students to Live in Single Residence-Hall Rooms; Two Weeks of Online Learning to Follow Spring Break

Moody fall shot of Miller Admin

Campus & Community

Deadline Extended for Course Withdrawal

Provost: Pass/Fail Grading Goes Against Students’ Long-term Interests

Turner Hall with fall leaves

Campus & Community

Fall Courses to Go Online After Thanksgiving Break

Student Services to Scale Back; Regular COVID-19 Testing to Continue

COVID-19 Information

Wear Your Mask 4 Maryland

New PSA Promotes Why Terps Choose Safe Behavior

Campus & Community

Limited In-person Undergraduate Instruction to Resume Monday

Dining to Continue ‘Grab and Go;’ RecWell, Stamp Amenities to Remain Available by Appointment

Exterior of Ritchie Coliseum

Campus & Community

Leaders Unveil Strategies to Close Projected $292M Budget Shortfall Due to Pandemic

Highest-Paid Employees Face Temporary Salary Reductions; Hiring Freeze Remains in Place

Interior view of Stamp Student Union

Campus & Community

What You Need to Know in Fall 2020: Behind Closed Doors, What’s Open on Campus

The Scoop on Stamp (Including Dairy Ice Cream), Libraries and RecWell

Students board a Shuttle-UM bus

Campus & Community

What You Need to Know in Fall 2020: Mobility on—and Beyond—Campus

From Buses to E-scooters, Options Abound, and Safety’s the Priority

Student gets food at dining hall

Campus & Community

What You Need to Know in Fall 2020: Dining Goes Out of—and Into—the Box

From ‘Outposts’ to Purple Zones, Services Adapt for Safety

Campus & Community

Pines: Campus to ‘Look and Feel Different This Semester’

Welcome Message Stresses Fight Against COVID-19, Racial Injustice

Lawn sign that reads, "Welcome Terps! We're happy you are here!" with a Testudo illustration

Campus & Community

A Once-in-a-Lifetime Welcome

Pandemic Reshapes Move-in Weekend, With Students Masked, on Zoom and Outdoors

Masked people arrive outside Maryland Stadium for COVID testing

COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Campus Testing Dashboard Launches

Registration Still Open for Free Testing at UMD

Masked student and mom wheel yellow cart of belongings up to dorm building door

Campus & Community

Move-in Option ‘Sets’ New Tone

Resident Life Introduces ‘Set Up and Go’ to Families for Maximized Physical Distancing

Empty Maryland Stadium

Athletics

Big Ten Postpones Fall Sports

Conference Evaluating Possibility of Competition in Spring

COVID-19 Information

Undergraduate In-person Education Delayed Until Sept. 14

Graduate Instruction, Approved Research to Proceed as Planned

Campus & Community

Student Crisis Fund Surpasses $1M in Distributions

Grants Support Recipients Struggling With Pandemic-spurred Job Losses

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