COVID-19: University Response and Planning

Many Spiders, One Web

Ensuring the health of the campus community is a responsibility we all share and will require a shared commitment from each of us as we modify the way we live, learn, and work together. We are many Spiders, within one web. See our COVID-19 Dashboard

Current Status: Lime Stage

Community Update

The University is currently experiencing an increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases on our campus among both students and employees. Read the latest message for updated information about masks, self-test kits, boosters, and our isolation protocols.

On-Campus Vaccine Booster Clinic Jan. 27

The University will hold an on-campus vaccine booster clinic Thursday, Jan. 27, from 12 to 7 p.m. in the ambulatory level of Robins Center. Learn more.

COVID-19 Data Dashboard

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Spring 2022

We will continue to monitor the course of the pandemic closely and gather information about the Omicron variant as such information becomes available from the medical and scientific communities.

COVID-19 Support Center

UR is staffing a COVID-19 Support Center during business hours. This team is trained to answer general questions about the University’s COVID-19 response planning and procedures. The fastest way to reach someone in the call center is by emailing covid19support@richmond.edu.