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Employees, Students to Return for Fall 2021 Semester

Plan for Full Reopening of Campus Calls for Phased Expansion of In-Person Activities

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Budget Outlook Improves; Hiring Freeze for Critical Hires Lifted

UMD to Receive $58M in Federal Stimulus Funds, With Half for Student Aid

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In-Person, Hybrid Classroom Instruction to Resume

All Maryland Residents Encouraged to Preregister for Vaccines With State

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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

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Provost Rankin to Step Down

Accomplishments Include Expanded Learning Opportunities, New Facilities, Administrative Modernization; Wylie to Serve in Interim Role

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Deadline Extended for Course Withdrawal

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

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5 UMCP-UMB Research Teams Awarded $500K in Grants to Address COVID-19

MPower Projects to Focus on Testing, Vaccines, Telehealth, Health Communications

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

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

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About 80% of Undergraduate Courses to Be Virtual in Fall

Updated Class Information Expected on July 15

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UMD Extends Deadline to Choose Pass/Fail or Letter Grade Options

Students Can Make Selections on Website Through May 31

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Finding Their ‘Vox’

English-Language Learning Platform Expands Availability on Campus

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UMD Launches Survey on Students’ Remote Learning

Results to Inform Priorities to Better Support Students During Online Learning

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