Communications & Updates

Collection of key university communications to students, faculty and staff

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Recent Updates

May 5, 2021

Message from: Neeli Bendapudi, Lori Gonzalez
To: Cardinal Faculty and Staff

Subject: Return to Campus Plan and upcoming Remote Work Policy

Cardinal Faculty and Staff,   

We want to thank you for your continued hard work and the incredible dedication you have shown to students and the university, whether from home or on campus, throughout the pandemic.   

Over the last year, we had to change the way we worked and operated as a university to ensure we could continue our daily operations and protect everyone’s health and safety as the pandemic continued to spread. With increased vaccine availability and the worst of the pandemic appearing to be behind us, we are looking forward to building back our vibrant, interactive and transformative on-campus community.  

Our vision for returning to campus    

This fall, we expect to offer a majority of in-person classes and highly engaging experiences on campus that support the whole student. To do that, we must have a strong, welcoming presence in our classrooms and student-service areas. This means front-facing and student-service positions will need to have a consistent presence on campus. Department leaders will soon start preparing their individual departments for their safe return to campus and options for remote work going forward. As long as a strong presence in classrooms and student-service areas is maintained and the overall operations of our schools, colleges and departments are continued without compromising quality or productivity, department leaders may offer flexible work options to employees. For this vision to be realized by this fall, we are implementing a phased plan for faculty and staff returning to campus and a new remote work policy.

April 14, 2021

Message from: Lori Gonzalez, Kevin Gardner, Michael Mardis, Mary Elizabeth Miles, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
To: Cardinal Community

Subject: Response to rare reports about Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Cardinal Community,  

Out of an abundance of caution, the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control have called for a pause in the administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine due to some rare cases of blood clotting that are being examined. UofL Health, our university’s vaccine administrator, does not have concerns with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine but has paused its use of that vaccine to be in accordance with the state and federal health agencies.  

UofL Health considers the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to be safe and effective and we urge everyone to not let these rare reports discourage you from getting vaccinated. 

April 9, 2021

Message from: Lori Gonzalez, Kevin Gardner, Michael Mardis, Mary Elizabeth Miles, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
To: Cardinal Community

Subject: Testing not required for April and vaccine reminders

Cardinal Community,

Thank you for your continued diligence with the health and safety protocols and for making our campus a healthy and safe place during the pandemic. Due to a steady decrease in our campus positivity rate (0.4% and less over the last month), we are suspending the university’s required testing program at this time. See below for more details and reminders.  

Testing and travel 

While it is not required this month, Bluewater Lab will continue hosting testing locations on campus so university members can maintain easy access to COVID-19 tests. We encourage university members to get tested regularly - especially if taking part in high-risk activities such as attending social gatherings with limited space and traveling. If you plan to travel, remember to first research your destination's positivity rate and report your travel to Campus Health if a state you visit has a 10% or greater positivity rate. Our contact tracers will reach out to any university members who need to quarantine. 

Get vaccinated 

The COVID-19 vaccine is highly encouraged for all university members. It is one of our best tools for fighting the pandemic, and we hope all Cardinals will do their part to help our community reach herd immunity. UofL Health began vaccinating employees at the Cardinal Stadium Purple Lot this week. Starting Monday, April 12, they will begin vaccinating students.

April 9, 2021

Message from: Campus Health Services
To: Students

Subject: Student Vaccine Offer

UofL students,

We are now able to offer the COVID-19 vaccine to all current university students.  Vaccine will be administered by UofL Health at the Purple lot next to Cardinal Stadium.   Due to the vaccine supply, you will not have a choice regarding which vaccine you receive and may require a second dose depending upon which one you receive.        

We encourage you to register NOW for your vaccine appointment through the UofL Health COVID Vaccine Registration site as soon as possible using the following link and registration code: 

https://mychart-openscheduling.et1193.epichosted.com/MyChart/covid19/#/

There is no cost for the vaccine or its administration. 

The registration system requires the following data for reporting to the State of Kentucky: 

  • Name
  • Address
  • Date of birth
  • Ethnicity
  • Race
  • Sex

If you have questions, please refer to the UofL Health FAQ document. If you have questions regarding the vaccine and pregnancy, please refer to this more specific UofL Health FAQ or call the UofL Hospital COVID Vaccine line at 502-588-7004.

Information regarding the Pfizer vaccine can be found here.  Information regarding the Moderna vaccine can be found here.

Although the vaccine is not required, we strongly encourage you to consider taking this opportunity to receive it.  

April 8, 2021

Message from: Campus Health Services
To: Faculty and Staff

Subject: Update on faculty and staff vaccinations April 8 and 9

UofL Faculty and Staff,

Today and tomorrow, UofL Health is offering drive-through COVID vaccinations for faculty, staff and students who are on payroll at the Cardinal Stadium Purple Lot south of Central Avenue at 3284 S. Floyd Street. 

Those with appointments should follow the instructions you received in your confirmation email. If you did not receive a vaccination invitation from Campus Health Services or an appointment confirmation from UofL Health and you are a current employee or student on payroll, you may walk up or drive up to this vaccination site at any time Thursday or Friday, April 8 and 9, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Bring your university ID and a driver's license in case you are asked to present them to UofL Health. 

The site opens to the public beginning April 12. For appointments beginning on that date, go to this new UofL Health website: https://mychart-openscheduling.et1193.epichosted.com/MyChart/covid19/#/.

March 31, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm, Kevin Gardner, Michael Mardis, Mary Elizabeth Miles, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
To: Students

Subject: Students can get vaccinated on campus starting April 12 

Cardinal Students,

 We are pleased to share with you that UofL Health will open the state’s largest drive-through COVID-19 vaccination site at Cardinal Stadium's Purple Lot next week.

UofL Health is moving quickly through the remaining phases of the state's vaccine roll-out plan. In accordance with that plan, UofL Health will first vaccinate university employees and students on payroll on April 8 and 9 at this site. Then, they will begin vaccinating university students on April 12, along with members of the public. Read below for more details.

Cardinal Stadium Purple Lot vaccination site 

This high-volume, drive-through vaccination site will have 24 lanes to accommodate the thousands of vaccinations UofL Health plans to administer each day. 

  • Although it is preferred for the drive-through format of this site, you do not have to be in a vehicle to receive your scheduled vaccination. 
  • At this time, we anticipate this site will be administering the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. UofL Health must work with the vaccine they are given from the state, so it is possible that the type of vaccine available at this site may change in the future.

March 26, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm, Kevin Gardner, Michael Mardis, Mary Elizabeth Miles, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
To: Faculty & Staff

Subject: Cardinal Stadium vaccination site opening for employees April 8 

Dear Faculty and Staff,

The university’s drive-through vaccination site in Cardinal Stadium will open Thursday, April 8, for all university employees, including students on university payroll, with vaccination appointments. Read below for details about the Cardinal Stadium drive-through vaccination site, reminders about the vaccine and what to expect next.

What to know about the Cardinal Stadium site 

  • For the first two days, April 8 and 9, UofL Health will reserve Cardinal Stadium’s Purple Lot exclusively for university employees with vaccination appointments. Starting April 12, the site will serve both university employees and members of the public. 
  • This high-volume, drive-through vaccination site will have 24 lanes to accommodate the thousands of vaccinations UofL Health plans to administer each day. Although it is preferred for the drive-through format of this site, you do not have to be in a vehicle to receive your scheduled vaccination. 
  • At this time, we anticipate this site will be administering the one-dose, Johnson & Johnson vaccine. UofL Health must work with the vaccine it is given from the state, so it is possible that the type of vaccine available at this site may change in the future.

March 16, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm, Kevin Gardner, Michael Mardis, Mary Elizabeth Miles, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
To: Faculty & Staff

Subject: Drive-through faculty, staff vaccinations planned for early April

Dear Faculty and Staff,

We have been working with Campus Health and UofL Health to plan a high-volume vaccination drive-through in the Cardinal Stadium lot in early April. We are pleased to announce that faculty and staff will be first in line to receive vaccinations at this site.

Faculty and staff who have not yet scheduled a vaccination appointment will receive an invitation by the end of March for a dedicated UofL vaccine event at the stadium, which should accommodate 4,000 people per day.  Those of you who are over 60 and have already registered at the Brook and Liberty site should keep those appointments.

March 12, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm to STUDENTS

Subject: In-person courses resuming this fall 

Cardinal Students,  

As you select classes for the fall 2021 semester, we hope you’ll notice that the number of in-person learning options is dramatically higher than in 2020.  

We miss the vibrancy of student life on campus (and we know you do too). We value in-person interactions between faculty, staff and students. As COVID-19 vaccine availability continues to increase, we plan to return to a mostly in-person schedule this fall. 
 

March 12, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm to FACULTY & STAFF

Subject: In-person courses resuming this fall -- what you should know 

Dear Colleagues,   
 
The Academic Scenario Planning Committee and the Coordinating Committee have been meeting for almost a year now: we coordinated the pivot to fall 2020, then focused on spring 2021, and for the last six months have been planning for fall 2021.  In January, we asked the academic units to plan for a return to a course schedule much more like fall of 2019 than fall of 2020.  We are not unique in that decision: as the COVID-19 vaccines become increasingly available, most universities with which we compete for students have already announced their decisions to “return to normal.”  These institutions include UK, WKU, NKU, Bellarmine, Indiana University, and a majority of the ACC and SEC universities that have already announced their decisions.  

In our case, a return to normal means we expect to offer students a robust residential experience with in-person classes and fully staffed student services again.  Most of us miss the vibrancy of student life on campus, the interactions between students, faculty and staff, and we look forward to a mostly in-person schedule for fall.  

March 2, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm to Campus Community

Subject: Phase 1c of vaccine distribution begins this week for UofL 

We are happy to announce that UofL Health will move forward this week with Phase 1c of the state’s vaccination plan for our university members. UofL Health first will begin vaccinating university members who are between 60 and 69 years of age as of March 1, 2021. Scheduling of vaccination appointments for university members younger than 60 is planned to begin by mid-March.  

What to expect next 
If you are between 60 and 69, be on the lookout for an email from Student Health Services (
hlthoff@louisville.edu service account) with the subject line “UofL COVID vaccinations for ages 60-69" enabling you to indicate if you wish to receive the vaccine and to propose your preferred day of the week and times for the first vaccine. You must complete the Microsoft Form attached to that note to be enrolled in the vaccination program. 

After completing the form, appointment times for both your first and second doses will be automatically scheduled for you.  Appointments may take anywhere from 30 minutes to one hour. After receiving your dose, UofL Health staff will need to monitor you for at least 15 minutes. If you have a history of allergic reactions, they may need to monitor you for longer. Vaccination appointments for university members will be located at UofL Health’s drive-thru clinic on 499 South Brook Street, Louisville, KY, 40202. 

February 18, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm, Kevin Gardner, Michael Mardis, Mary Elizabeth Miles, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
To: Campus Community

Subject: Required testing period extended to Feb. 26 and reminders

Testing program update and reminders  

  • To schedule a test with Bluewater Lab, go here and click on the tab of your preferred testing site. 
  • The outdoor drive-thru testing site (Purple Lot) is closed through Feb. 19 due to inclement weather. This site will reopen on Monday, Feb. 22. 
  • If you are not coming to campus at all this semester, make sure you’ve filled out this reporting form for the spring. This form must be competed one time each semester.
  • For details on required testing exemptions and how to pre-register for testing appointments, read the updated Testing Program section on the COVID-19 website. You must pre-register before every testing appointment with Bluewater this semester.  
  • We will continue to require testing, regardless of vaccination status, for the rest of the semester. Although the vaccine is highly effective, it is still possible to become infected after being vaccinated. 

Vaccine distribution reminders 

  • UofL Health is working hard to get its limited vaccine supply distributed to our university members and other members of the public.  
  • They are still in Phase 1B of Kentucky’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan.  At this time, UofL Health believes they will be able to move into Phase 1C (which will include university staff and faculty as essential workers) by mid-March.  
  • As vaccine supply increases, the state and UofL Health will be able to move into other phases.

February 3, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm, Kevin Gardner, Michael Mardis, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
To: Campus Community

Subject: Vaccine plan updates and key reminders about testing, masking and quarantine

Changes to the vaccine distribution plan 

UofL Health is working hard to get its limited vaccine supply distributed to our university members and other members of the public. They are currently in Phase 1B of Kentucky’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan. UofL Health works directly with the state on when each phase of the plan can be rolled out; therefore, our university’s prioritized groups must be in alignment with the state’s plan: 

  • Phase 1A: Long term care facilities, assisted living facilities and healthcare personnel 
  • Phase 1B: First responders, anyone 70 or older, K-12 school personnel
  • Phase 1C: Anyone 60 or older, anyone age 16 or older with CDC highest risk C19 conditional, all essential workers (university staff and faculty will be included in this phase)  
  • Phase 2: Anyone over the age of 40 
  • Phase 3: Anyone 16 or older (the vaccine is currently only approved for those who are 18 years or older)

Required testing starts again next week

Masking and quarantine reminders

January 29, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm and Michael Mardis
To: Campus Community

Subject: Mask monitoring to begin in Ekstrom Library

We appreciate that most of the Cardinal Family has followed our public health policies around wearing masks, maintaining physical distance and practicing good personal hygiene to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus. However, some people are beginning to ignore these policies.  This has become a significant issue in some of our large public spaces, particularly Ekstrom Library.  

For the safety of our students, faculty and staff, beginning this week we will have dedicated individuals monitoring and reminding patrons that they must wear masks while in the library.

January 20, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm, Kevin Gardner, Michael Mardis, Mary Elizabeth Miles, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
To: Campus Community

Subject: Standby list now available in addition to vaccine distribution plan

UofL Health has requested that we supply them with a standby list of university members who would be willing to get vaccinated with very short notice in case they have any unused or unexpected vaccine available at the end of the day that would otherwise go to waste. A few things to note about this standby list: 

  • We do not anticipate UofL Health needing to use this list frequently.  
  • If you sign up for the vaccine standby list and are called by UofL Health, you will only have 15 to 20 minutes to get to their specified location. 
  • If you miss their call, please understand they will have to move on to other university members on the standby list.  
  • Those who miss the call or choose not to put their name on this list will still receive a vaccine invitation via email from UofL Health as they continue moving through our vaccine distribution plan. 

January 14, 2021

Message from: Beth Boehm, Kevin Gardner, Michael Mardis, Mary Elizabeth Miles, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
To: Campus Community

Subject: University of Louisville’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan

Our vaccine distribution plan 

  • UofL Health will administer the vaccine to university members who choose to be vaccinated. 
  • This is the order in which university members will be able to participate in the first phase of the university’s distribution: 
    1. Employees and students who are actively involved in direct patient care 
    2. Employees and students over age 65 
    3. Employees and students over age 50 
    • Vaccination of groups not included in 1-3 above will follow this first phase of the vaccine distribution, in accordance with CDC and state guidelines.
    • Names of our faculty, staff and students included in groups 1-3 are being sent to UofL Health by our Campus Health Services team. You do not need to take any individual action to have your name submitted. 

    January 5, 2021

    Message from: Beth Boehm, Kevin Gardner, Mary Elizabeth Miles, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
    To: A
    ll FACULTY and STAFF about spring 2021 reminders

    Subject: Welcome back! Spring forward reminders for faculty and staff

    • (All) Required testing Jan. 4 to Jan. 15 
    • (All) Quarantine now if you recently returned from a location with a positivity rate of 15% or higher.
    • (Faculty) Review the Spring 2021 Information for Faculty webpage on the COVID-19 website.
    • (Faculty) Students have been told they will hear from their professors by Jan. 6. This is also the date their syllabus should be available for viewing on Blackboard.

    January 5, 2021

    Message from: Beth Boehm, Kevin Gardner, Mary Elizabeth Miles, Phillip Bressoud and Mark Watkins
    To: all STUDENTS

    Subject: Spring 2021 semester, required testng and key reminders

    • Expect a note from your professors by Jan. 6
    • Required testing 
    • Quarantine now if you are currently on campus or plan to be when classes start (Jan. 11).
    • Get a flu shot.
    • Wear a mask and practice physical distancing.
    • Read the Spring 2021 Student Acknowledgement.
    • Carefully review the Spring 2021 Information for Students webpage on the COVID-19 website.
    • Contact the COVID Support Team for questions or concerns about the COVID-19 protocols. 
    • Reach out for help.

    Email Communications

    Sent From To Subject
    May 5, 2021 UofL Update Faculty & Staff Return to Campus Plan and upcoming Remote Work Policy
    April 14, 2021 UofL Update All Campus Response to rare reports about Johnson & Johnson vaccine 
    April 9, 2021 UofL Update All Campus Testing not required for April and vaccine reminders
    April 9, 2021 Campus Health Services Students Student Vaccine Offer
    April 8, 2021 Campus Health Services Faculty & Staff Update on faculty and staff vaccinations April 8 and 9
    March 31, 2021 UofL Update Students Students can get vaccinated on campus starting April 12
    March 26, 2021 UofL Update Faculty & Staff Cardinal Stadium vaccination site opening for employees April 8
    March 16, 2021  UofL Update Faculty & Staff Drive-through faculty, staff vaccinations planned for early April
    March 12, 2021  UofL Update Students In-person courses resuming this fall 
    March 12, 2021 UofL Update Faculty & Staff In-person courses resuming this fall - what you should know
    March 2, 2021 UofL Update All Campus Phase 1c of vaccine distribution begins this week for UofL 
    February 18, 2021 UofL Update All Campus Required testing period extended to Feb. 26 and reminders
    February 3, 2021 UofL Update All Campus Vaccine plan updates and key reminders about testing, masking and quarantine 
    January 29, 2021 UofL Update All Campus Mask monitoring to begin in Ekstrom Library
    January 20, 2021 UofL Update All Campus Standby list now available in addition to vaccine distribution plan
    January 14, 2021 UofL Update All Campus University of Louisville’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan 
    January 5, 2021 UofL Update Faculty & Staff Welcome back! Spring forward reminders for faculty
    January 5, 2021 UofL Update Students STUDENTS - Spring 2021 semester, required testing and key reminders
    December 16, 2020 UofL Update Faculty & Staff  Spring Forward: What You Need to Know about Spring 2021
    December 16, 2020 UofL Update Students STUDENTS - Spring Forward- What You Need to Know about Spring 2021
    December 2, 2020 President Faculty & Staff Update on retirement plan contributions
    November 18, 2020 Provost Faculty Message from the Provost to faculty re remote instruction
    November 12, 2020 UofL Update All Campus Update on UofL response to COVID
    October 30, 2020 UofL Update All Campus Resources to combat stress available to students, faculty, staff
    October 27, 2020 UofL Update All Campus UofL’s response to governor’s recent red zone announcement
    October 23, 2020 President All Campus Flu Shots Required for UofL Students, Faculty and Staff
    October 19, 2020 UofL Update  All Campus Required COVID testing continues through Oct. 23
    October 16, 2020 Provost All Campus

     University extends course withdrawal date, responds to pass/fail questions 

    October 15, 2020 Provost All Campus Changes to spring 2021 semester calendar
    October 1, 2020 UofL Update  All Campus Personal travel guidance and reporting concerns
    September 25, 2020  UofL Update All Campus
    September 18, 2020 UofL Update All Campus
    September 9, 2020 UofL Update All Campus
    September 3, 2020 Provost All Campus
    August 25, 2020 Provost All Campus Update on COVID testing [PDF]
    August 23, 2020 Provost All Campus COVID testing now required for Cardinals on campus [PDF]
    August 18, 2020 EVPRI Research Community A Message to the Research Community from EVPRI Kevin Gardner, PhD [PDF]
    August 17, 2020 Provost Faculty & Staff New Cardinal Self-Check tool and new COVID-19 Updates category [PDF]
    August 17, 2020 Provost Faculty  To Faculty from Provost Boehm: Face masks and reminders [PDF]
    August 15, 2020 Provost Students Beth Boehm, Kevin Gardner, Michael Mardis and Phillip Bressoud provided the following update to students:
    August 14, 2020 Provost Students From the Provost: Welcome and key information for students [PDF]
    August 12, 2020 President Students August 12, 2020 - Our commitment to our students.pdf
    August 9, 2020 EVPRI Research Community Fall Semester Updates to Research Reopening, Including Guidelines on Student Research [PDF]
    August 9, 2020 Human Resources Staff From HR regarding Employee Assistance Program [PDF]
    August 6, 2020 Pivot to Fall Coordinating Committee All Campus Register now for testing and fall 2020 reminders [PDF]
    July 29, 2020 Pivot to Fall Coordinating Committee Students Fall 2020 Semester, What You Need to Know [PDF]
    July 27, 2020 Provost Faculty & Staff CORRECTION: From Provost Boehm: Faculty communication with students [PDF]
    July 17, 2020 Pivot to Fall Coordinating Committee Faculty & Staff Safe Return to Work Fall 2020 Guidelines from the PTF Coordinating Committee [PDF]
    July 16, 2020 Provost Faculty & Staff From the Provost: Support coming soon in response to JCPS fall plan [PDF]
    July 16, 2020 Provost Faculty & Staff From the Provost: Pivot to Fall training [PDF]
    June 26, 2020 Chief Operating Officer VPs, deans, department heads,
    chairs, LFO’s unit business managers
    Health and Safety Protocols for Returning to Campus [PDF]
    June 25, 2020 President All Campus Update on remote work, 2021 budget [PDF]
    June 23, 2020 Provost All Campus Pivot to Fall message from Provost Boehm [PDF]
    June 1, 2020 Provost All Campus Diversity and Inclusion, our Cardinal Principle [PDF]
    May 29, 2020 Provost All Campus From the Provost re Pivot to Fall plan [PDF]
    May 21, 2020 President All Campus Update on University's pivot to fall semester [PDF]
    May 21, 2020 Human Resources Faculty & Staff Note From Human Resources [PDF]
    May 3, 2020 President All Campus Planning for Fall 2020 semester [PDF]
    May 3, 2020 President All Campus Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation Celebration [PDF]
    April 29, 2020 Staff Senate Faculty & Staff Letter From Staff Senate [PDF]
    April 23, 2020 Human Resources Staff HR update for employees impacted by furloughs [PDF]
    April 21, 2020 President All Campus Actions in response to COVID-19 financial impact [PDF]
    April 17, 2020 Dean of the School of Medicine and the EVPRI Faculty & Staff State Request for PPE [PDF]
    April 15, 2020 President All Campus Update from President's Leadership Team [PDF]
    April 14, 2020 Provost Faculty & Staff Message to Faculty from Provost Boehm [PDF]
    April 9, 2020 President All Campus Important Announcement from Leadership Team [PDF]
    April 7, 2020 Senior Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equity Faculty & Staff COVID-19 Message from Senior Associate Vice President for Diversity and Equity [PDF]
    April 6, 2020 President All Campus Presidential Update from Dr. Bendapudi [PDF]
    April 6, 2020 President All Campus COVID-19 Message from President Bendapudi [PDF]
    March 27, 2020 President All Campus Important Announcement regarding Summer Term 2020 [PDF]
    March 27, 2020 Provost Students Provost-Pass/Fail Grading [PDF]
    March 24, 2020 EVPRI Research Community Updated COVID-19 Guidelines for the UofL Research Community [PDF]
    March 23, 2020 Student Body President Students SGA COVID-19 Update [PDF]
    March 23, 2020 Human Resources Faculty & Staff Emergency Paid Sick Leave, Family and Medical Leave [PDF]
    March 20, 2020 Provost Faculty Message from the Provost re pass/fail policy [PDF]
    March 20, 2020 Provost Students New pass/fail policy and other resources for students [PDF]
    March 19, 2020 Faculty & Staff Senate Faculty & Staff Message from Faculty Senate and Staff Senate Officers [PDF]
    March 18, 2020 President All campus Remote Operations Extended through April 28, Spring Commencement Postponed [PDF]
    March 18, 2020 Director of Campus Housing Students Email to all residents on closing traditional halls and suites [PDF]
    March 17, 2020 Dean of Students Students Update from the Dean of Students [PDF]
    March 16, 2020 Dean of Students Alumni Our students are at the center of all we do [PDF]
    March 16, 2020 ITS All campus ITS guidelines, services for remote work [PDF]
    March 16, 2020 Provost Faculty Update from Provost Beth Boehm [PDF]
    March 15, 2020 EVPRI Research Community Remote work guidelines for the University of Louisville research community [PDF]
    March 14, 2020 ITS Employees ITS guidelines, services for remote work [PDF]
    March 14, 2020 President Employees Implement remote work plan, postpone/cancel events [PDF]
    March 12, 2020 Delphi Faculty Online training for faculty [PDF]
    March 12, 2020 Provost, Dean of Students Students Covid-19 update [PDF]
    March 12, 2020 Faculty Senate Faculty Covid-19 preparation [PDF]
    March 11, 2020 EVPRI Research Community Coronavirus preparations [PDF]
    March 10, 2020 President All campus Coronavirus planning [PDF]
    March 5, 2020 Campus Health All campus Update on UofL, coronavirus [PDF]
    March 4, 2020 Campus Health All campus Update on coronavirus and spring break [PDF]
    February 28, 2020 Provost All campus Update on coronavirus concerns [PDF]
    January 31, 2020 Provost All campus Update on response to coronavirus [PDF]
    January 29, 2020 Provost All campus Response to coronavirus [PDF]