keeping hawks healthy
uhart's healthy hawks plan
although life at uhart is different this year, we are working together to act in the best interest of the safety and well-being of our entire campus community, while delivering an excellent student-centered educational experience.
on nov. 25, we celebrated the incredible accomplishment of finishing our in-person classes for the fall semester exactly as scheduled. this success gives us a sense of great optimism for the upcoming spring semester, when will again provide options and access for the best and safest possible combination of on-campus and high-quality remote, online, and hybrid teaching.
this website will continue to be updated with important information about our response to covid-19.
stay informed on the latest updates.
learn more about our blended approach to academics, which will continue this spring.see classroom changes
we have announced our plans for spring move-in.learn more
advising, academics, housing, finances—whatever it is—we are completely dedicated to helping our students navigate this challenging time.see resources
we know connections outside the classroom are important. the office of student engagement and inclusion is busy planning events and experiences for the spring.learn more.
multiple policies have been implemented to help keep our community healthy and safe. be sure to review each policy in detail.take a look
we've created new resources for working remotely and/or off-campus.learn more
Health & Safety—What you need to know.
maintaining space between yourself and others is one of the best ways to avoid being exposed to the covid-19 virus and to slow its spread.
monitor your own health with our daily health screening on the livesafe app and learn what to do if you become ill.
a pledge to keep our campus and community safe and stop the spread of covid-19
our ability to safely re-open and remain on campus is dependent on how we behave as a community. we know at times the guidelines and expectations may seem inconvenient, uncomfortable, or even like an overreaction—but they are necessary—to protect ourselves and each other. we all have a vital role to play. together, we must commit to safety practices and behaviors that protect our students, faculty, staff, and the larger community.
how to keep hawks healthy—our safety updates
an inherent risk of exposure to covid-19 exists in any public place. covid-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. according to the cdc, older adults and those with underlying medical conditions, are especially vulnerable. by visiting uhart you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to covid-19.