UAA is in Phase B of its COVID-19 response plan. What does this mean?

by Green & Gold News  |   

The On-Site Operations Plan for the University of Alaska outlines a five-phase framework for resuming on-site activities and operations at university campuses, with risk metrics, potential operations and protective measures listed for each phase. Information on each of the phases is available at the UA COVID-19 website.

As of June 1, UAA is in Phase B. What does this mean for current operations?

  • Academics: All summer classes will continue via alternate course delivery.
  • Workplace: Most employees continue to work at home, but there is more flexibility for on-site work.
  • Public spaces: Public spaces and services will continue to remain closed unless approved by the UAA Incident Management Team.
  • Safety measures: Students, faculty and staff entering UAA facilities must adhere to on-site safety guidelines.

Visit the UAA status page for more details on our current phase of operations. If all goes well, Phase B will be followed with a move to Phase C in the fall; however, such a move will not change course delivery methods this fall.

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