A one-stop for guidance and tools to help you navigate a safe and successful return to campus.

On this page:

Resources for Faculty and Staff

Helpful Links

  • Support for UB supervisors. Virtual discussion groups will focus on preparing to rejoin the campus community and work differently.
  • Return to campus. Guidance for how employees can return to campus safely is compiled in this website.
  • Online course preparation. Beginning in July, the CEI is offering weekly Zoom sessions on how to design and build online courses.
  • Research ramp-up. The VPRED website provides detailed guidance for resuming research activities and reopening labs.

Resources for Students

  • Graduate education. Graduate students can find temporary policy/practice changes enacted in response to the pandemic in this document.
  • Emergency funds. Various types of emergency funds are available for students affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
  • Blue Table. As long as the university is open, Blue Table is accepting orders for students experiencing food insecurity.

INDEX: Academic and Administrative Unit COVID-19 Guidance Pages

Looking for specific health and safety guidance or information on returning to campus? This index is up-to-date guide to all UB academic and administrative departments COVID-19 pages .

Health and Safety Information Resources

Together, we can keep the university community healthy and safe. This library of assets for use on UBCMS sites makes it easy to communicate a unified message. 
Display these poster sets to reinforce health practices and elevate awareness in our physical spaces.

Travel Advisories

U.S. State Department travel advisory

The U.S. Department of State has issued a Global Level 4 Health Advisory, its highest level. The State Department advises U.S. citizens to avoid all international travel due to the global impact of COVID-19.

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CDC Travel Advisories

CDC Travel Advisories are being updated and changed frequently. Travelers should visit the CDC's advisories website for the latest notices.

View the latest CDC Travel Advisories