Thanksgiving is almost here, and while things may not be perfect right now, it’s important to reflect and be thankful for what is going well.
Even when you’re fully remote, you can still have fun and get help.
Remember that classes will transition to fully remote after the Thanksgiving break. (Some professional degree programs will maintain in-person instruction due to accreditation or licensure requirements; if you are unsure, check with your instructor.)
All students with on-campus contact must report for COVID-19 testing before Thanksgiving break. This includes:
Learn how to get tested and see more information on the pre-Thanksgiving break testing page of the COVID-19 website.
If you live in Erie or Niagara County — or if you are going to be on campus — you still need to complete the Daily Health Check, even when classes are fully remote. To learn more, please see the Daily Health Check page.
Help keep your community safe by wearing a mask, staying at least six feet from others, and washing your hands. Watch this 45-second video for quick tips.
Helping you have a great semester.
Help our community stay safer and decrease the spread of COVID-19 by making these behaviors part of your routine.
Here are some simple ways to keep a safe physical distance (at least 6 feet) between you and others.
UB Parking & Transportation has implemented several practices to ensure passengers of buses and shuttles can be safely spaced apart.
Rear-Door Boarding on the UB Stampede
Temporarily, all passengers riding the UB Stampede buses will enter and exit from the rear door for the safety of our drivers until such time as protective barriers can be installed on each bus.
Here are some tips for preventing the spread of COVID-19 from touching potentially contaminated surfaces.
1. Wash hands frequently for at least 20 seconds.
2. Use hand sanitizer when handwashing is not possible.
3. Be mindful of touching commonly touched surfaces or shared items such as:
We all need to do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19. Here are some quick tips for keeping your personal spaces disinfected:
It is important to understand how to effectively put on, take off, clean (as applicable) and discard face coverings.
Put On Your Face Covering
Take Off Your Cloth Face Covering Carefully
New information about COVID-19 symptoms is being confirmed often. As of this writing, common COVID-19 symptoms include the following. Symptoms may appear two to 14 days after exposure to the virus. Please be sure to check the CDC website for the latest known COVID-19 Symptoms.
People with these symptoms may have COVID-19: