Category COVID-19 campus response
Fellow Badgers, I hope you are taking care of yourselves and your families as we all deal with the coronavirus pandemic. This is a time…
To reduce the threat of COVID-19, a set of campus-wide directives have been established for researchers. On-site research activities must be approved by a dean or director. Research that can be conducted remotely may continue.
All campus libraries are closed from 6pm March 18, 2020 until further notice. Laptops and requested materials will be provided for pickup between 12pm-4pm at the Memorial Library entrance (M-F).
With the new social distancing measures set forth by the CDC, campus childcare centers will be closed effective immediately to both essential and non-essential employees.
Effectively immediately University Housing Dining has made changes to service during this time to service. We have limited location and hours. Here’s how we are working to keep everyone safe and healthy >>
UW Campus’ Metro Bus routes 80, 81, 82 and 84 will continue on the recess schedule, while most Madison Metro routes will shift to abbreviated…
The university will provide appropriate prorated credits of housing and dining. Details will follow next week.
中文 Chinese Español Hmoob नेपाली Nepali བོད་སྐད Tibetan Our campus is continuing to monitor the rapidly changing COVID-19 pandemic, including…
A message from Chief Human Resources Office Mark Walters provides new information about additional leave benefits being implemented by UW–Madison to help our community.
The April 6 Senate meeting is cancelled due to concerns regarding COVID-19. Faculty Policies and Procedures allow for the cancellation of Senate meetings by the chancellor with the consent of the University Committee.
All on-campus childcare centers are closed until further notice. This includes Eagle’s Wing, UW Child Development Lab, and Waisman Early Childhood Program. Employees and families…
To our UW–Madison employees, UW-Madison was informed Sunday afternoon that Dane County K-12 schools are closing, effective immediately, through at least April 3—not later this week as had been initially planned. We understand this shift will affect our many employees with K-12 students or children in local childcare centers, which may also be affected.
In conjunction with the March 15 message on campus status and telecommuting, UW Transportation Services has lifted permit control on all campus surface lots. No permits are needed in these lots.
University Health Services Executive Director Jake Baggot addresses community concerns and shares information to help everyone understand their role in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
A message from Chancellor Blank about statewide school closings.
Message from Interim Assistant Dean/Director Samantha McCabe
University officials are cooperating fully with Public Health Madison & Dane County and other public health officials regarding a university employee who works in the School of Veterinary Medicine building who was diagnosed with novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19).