Resources & updates
There are currently no known or suspected cases of COVID-19 on the UCR campus or community.
UCR COVID-19 Website
Visit the official UCR COVID-19 website for most updated news, announcements, and CDC recommendations.
There are also FAQs for faculty, staff, students, parents, instructors, and a list of helpful campus resources.
**Updated March 14: Following the Riverside County Public Health Order, the campus will be closed. ALL GSOE faculty and staff will work remotely during this period. As of March 18, the campus closure is extended through June 19. For further details please refer to the Chancellor's communication here
Individuals experiencing respiratory illness (fever, cough, shortness of breath) or flu-like symptoms should call the 24/7 hotline for support and guidance:
- Students: Student Health Services (951) 827-3031
- Faculty and Staff (who have traveled internationally or been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 30 days): UCR Health Hotline; (844) 827-6827. All others: Contact primary care or health insurance
- COVID-19 Assessment Tool available here.
Information regarding Remote Instruction Continuity can be found at keepteaching.ucr.edu
ALL GSOE STUDENTS:
Read the March 11 message from Interim Dean Louie Rodriguez here to find out how student advising, TA's, and other GSOE matters are being handled during this time.
We encourage all Graduate Students to follow @UCRGradSuccess on social media, as they are sharing helpful tips for TA's and other graduate students. ZOOM Pro License info, reshared from GradSuccess:
As a UCR graduate student, you have access to a Zoom Basic teleconferencing account. However, the Basic level has a time limit of 40 minutes as well as a limit on the number of simultaneous participants. In order to move your classes online, you will need to request a Zoom Pro license (Link: https://keepteaching.ucr.edu/strategies…).
Login with your UCR netID and password, choose “Zoom” for your software, and then provide information in the comments box about the class you’re currently TAing and/or TAing in Spring. You should also indicate whether you need access next week for Winter Finals or for the first week of Spring term.
TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENTS:
Read the March 11 message from Assistant Dean and Director of Teacher Education regarding student teaching/fieldwork.
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS:
Read the March 10 message from program faculty regarding practicum.
IT resources for staff working remotely can be found here: keepworking.ucr.edu/.