UCLA will continue with remote-only instruction and significantly reduced student housing levels for the spring 2021 quarter.
The dashboard is part of an effort to alert members of the Bruin community who were present in a UCLA building or facility where someone who tested positive for COVID-19 had been.
Students, faculty and staff who traveled outside the region may not return to in-person classes or on-site work before completing the self-quarantine.
As we look toward 2021 with hope and optimism, we must continue to adhere to all public health guidance, including specific instructions for those returning to campus in the new year.
UCLA will have no COVID-19–related layoffs for career employees through the end of the fiscal year, June 30, 2021, Chancellor Block has announced.
All undergraduate student residents — both on campus and in university-owned apartments, and regardless of whether or not they have traveled — will be required to take COVID-19 tests and to sequester themselves during the week of Nov. 30.
Beginning Nov. 16, UCLA will become part of California’s pilot of CA COVID Notify, a completely voluntary program that uses smartphone technology to help prevent the spread of the virus.
UCLA will continue with remote-only instruction and significantly reduced student housing levels for the winter 2020 quarter.
As part of UCLA’s ongoing efforts to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, the campus is expanding its COVID-19 testing program.
The advisory group, which brings together a broad array of voices from across the institution, will counsel campus leaders on pandemic-related decision-making going forward.
To reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, UCLA is asking employees who are currently successfully working from home to continue to do so through the end of the winter quarter.
UCLA officials have outlined the plans in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and facilitate a safer return for those coming back to campus this fall.
UCLA will be moving to remote-only instruction for the fall, with the exception of a limited number of in-person or hybrid courses.
UCLA will have no pandemic-related indefinite or temporary layoffs for career employees through at least Jan. 15, 2021, Chancellor Block announced.
UCLA has revised its plans for fall classes, student housing and other operations after consulting with public health authorities.
These new services will help bolster the resumption of research activities during phase 2 of the campus’s research ramp-up plan.
Because of the continuing health risks associated with COVID-19, UCLA is asking employees who are currently successfully working from home to continue to do so until Jan. 4, 2021.
Even as processes and policies will continue to evolve as the situation changes, UCLA shares information about some of the key procedures the university has in place now.
Prior to returning to campus to work, UCLA faculty, staff, student employees and volunteers will be required to complete an online course called “Returning to Work on Campus.” This requirement applies to all employees other than UCLA Health employees.
This new site is intended to provide the UCLA campus community and our broader community with a single hub for information about how UCLA is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The latest information about UCLA’s planning for the next academic year.
UCLA will begin a gradual resumption of research activities on June 8, when we begin phase 2 of our ramp-up plan.
Dear Colleagues: The Academic Senate offers the following guidelines for final exams in Spring 2020. We moved to remote instruction on March 11, 2020. Two months later, we understand more than ever the stresses and challenges that our students are facing during this period of remote learning amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. We know that remote
Dear Colleagues: As UCLA continues to closely monitor the evolution of this pandemic, we know our community is also struggling with the uncertainties wrought by COVID-19 as we try to plan our professional and personal lives alike. While we work to make decisions for the next academic year, we also want to provide you with
Dear Colleagues: As we enter a new phase of this pandemic and an eventual gradual return to in-person operations, I want to thank everyone for everything you are doing to maintain our core mission and work through the countless challenges. I am writing to update you on several key decisions the Chancellors and I have
Dear Colleagues: While we remain committed to a full return to in-person instruction as soon as it can be accomplished safely, the ongoing challenges surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic make it clear that UCLA will need to provide a robust and wide-ranging suite of remote courses in fall quarter. At this moment, we do not yet
To the Campus Community: Our prevailing priority during the COVID-19 crisis is to protect the health and safety of our Bruin community. Faculty and staff also remain undaunted in our efforts to continue our teaching mission, despite the challenges this presents. Based on the new data we receive every day, we have decided to continue to
To help members of the UCLA community manage Zoom security concerns — including Zoombombing — we recommend these steps for using Zoom while working and learning remotely.
To the Campus Community: I know you have received a lot of messages from UCLA lately. Amidst profound change, there is so much information to share and so many questions to be answered. We will continue to share information and answers, but today, I just wanted to say thank you. To our students, I want to thank
To the UC community We write today to acknowledge a new reality and to announce our decision to do all we can to support our UC family during this unprecedented time. The novel coronavirus has now affected everyone on the planet in some way, and by all indications, we can expect more disruption in the
To the Campus Community: The Academic Senate wishes to express its appreciation to all the faculty, staff, and students who have put in such extraordinary efforts to complete the winter quarter under the stress of moving final assessments to alternative modes in response to COVID-19. We also recognize that the necessity to move to remote