Undergraduate students must vacate their dorm rooms by noon. Refer to. For specific questions, students should reach out to their Davis Center adviser. It is also possible that common areas will be open for limited use subject to occupancy and other restrictions if the layout allows for social distancing. Quarantine — separating people who are, or may have been, exposed to COVID-19, but are not showing signs of illness — will be mandatory for students who have been in close contact as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention with someone who has COVID-19. These FAQs will be updated with more information throughout the summer. HR encourages employees to talk to their supervisor about any concerns or questions they might have.Multi-year academic calendars that individuals can filter by semester and year are available on the registrar’s website. The University is monitoring the state travel advisory daily and will make arrangements to comply with any quarantine requirements as students return to campus. Please check this site regularly for updates in the coming weeks. Such courses will require social distancing, face-covering, and special care in entering and exiting buildings and classrooms. The Department of Athletics will request housing for athletes required to be on campus during this period.
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Graduate students who cannot be on campus may work with their individual departments and programs regarding needed accommodations related to coursework, research obligations and/or teaching assignments remotely. The University is currently working on a process to ensure continuity of instruction for in-person courses if a student or faculty member need to self-quarantine or self-isolate.
The University will continue to monitor the situation and prioritize the health of the Princeton community, including prospective students, when deciding when to reinstate campus visit programs. Remaining flexible in the era of COVID-19. For more information, including childcare resources available in late August, refer to the University’s calendar reform website.
Room and board charges. Students and employees will be required to complete an online training related to the University’s health and safety policies before moving into campus housing or receiving approval to resume work on campus. Some graduate students have already engaged in the phased resumption of the University’s research enterprise. More than 40 faculty and staff working groups. Every undergraduate student who plans to return to campus must sign a social contract that articulates their commitment to following health and safety protocols and to observing behavioral expectations designed to promote the well-being of everyone in the University community. able to come to campus in the fall due to visa issues or travel restrictions.
Reported and written by Jamie Saxon and Emily Aronson, Office of Communications, Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications, © 2020 The Trustees of Princeton University, Princeton announces plan for fall 2020, guidelines for undergraduates returning to campus. Most academic instruction will remain online. Cole Crittenden stated in a July 6 letter to graduate students. Similarly, in the spring, sophomores will return to their residential college.
Being responsive to public health guidance and focusing on protecting the health and safety of the University community is paramount. Students will leave campus before Thanksgiving and the fall semester reading period and exams will be fully remote thereafter. With return to campus protocols still being developed and introduced by Ivy League institutions, the Council of Ivy League Presidents intends to announce a final decision regarding the status of intercollegiate athletic activity for fall 2020 on July 8. In order to protect the health and safety of all community members and to comply with public health guidelines, the University will welcome roughly half of Princeton’s undergraduates in each semester. President’s Update: Undergraduate Education to be Fully Remote in Fall 2020 "With deep regret and sadness, I write to update you about our plans for the fall, and, in particular, to explain why Princeton has decided that its undergraduate program must be fully remote in the coming semester. Princeton University is implementing a new academic calendar in the fall of 2020, affecting when students arrive and move in, classes begin and end, and other related activities described in this announcement. While Princeton prides itself on offering students an educational experience that is highly responsive to individual student needs, inclinations and ambitions, the conditions of the COVID-19 global pandemic require a shift in perspective. Below are highlights of the University’s fall plans as they now stand and information about how they may impact undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff. University Health Services will continue to oversee testing, case management and contact tracing for students on campus. Undergraduates may register to return to their dorm rooms early during this period.
Fall 2020 FAQs Update August 7th, 2020: The FAQs have been updated following the announcement that the Fall 2020 semester will be fully remote.