COVID-19 and Graduate School Operations
To our UConn Community,
Due to concern about the COVID-19 (coronavirus) contagion, The Graduate School office will be closed from March 16th until further notice. Our staff will primarily be working remotely during this time and the best way to reach us will be through email. We will respond as quickly as possible and may be able to schedule phone and/or video meetings as needed. As always, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any concern, and we will get your e-mail to the right person and respond as quickly as possible.
During these extraordinary times, please be assured that The Graduate School continues to consider how the pandemic is and could affect academic work. The leadership of The Graduate School is well placed on the working groups that are meeting regularly to anticipate and ameliorate issues, while making plans to ensure that the business of the university moves forward. We have been impressed by how thoughtful our administration has been, though it is true that we cannot think of everything. It is our goal that you feel supported. If you have a question for which you do not know the answer or concern that does not seem to have been addressed, please let us know. We will either direct you toward the solution or work with you to create one.
The COVID-19 situation continues to change very quickly. The health, safety and well-being of our community is our highest priority and continually guides our preparation, thinking, and actions.
We are maintaining webpages specific to COVID-19 and graduate education which may help as we all chart this uncertain territory. As everything is these days, these questions and answers are fluid and changing.
- Announcements and Updates
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Coping with the Suspension of Many Research Activities: Advice for Students and Faculty
More information about COVID-19 and the latest updates on UConn's is available at uconn.edu/public-notification/coronavirus.
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