Covid-19 Updates

The latest from UNC Greensboro

August 10, 2021 Spartans,  We look forward to seeing you on campus for the Fall 2021 semester. Our primary priority is to provide you with a safe and healthy environment in which to learn and live.  Given the recent increase in COVID-19 cases across our state, concerns about the impact of the Delta variant, and new guidance […]

August 06, 2021 Provost Debbie Storrs will host an information session next Tuesday, August 10, to discuss issues related to in-person instruction this fall. Panelists will include the academic deans, representatives from Faculty Senate, and members of the COVID-19 team. The overall approach to testing and case management on campus, including testing of asymptomatic and symptomatic individuals, […]

Dear Faculty and Staff, The UNC System Office has provided new guidance to campuses to help keep our communities as safe as possible. Many campuses, including ours, require at least some groups of students (for instance, residential students) to either submit documentation of their vaccination status or participate in mandatory COVID-19 testing. As such, the […]

Fall 2021Email sent 8/3/21 Dear Spartan,  Pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree has been anything but easy since the COVID-19 pandemic began. We recognize and appreciate that your educational experience since March 2020 has likely not been what you anticipated. We are pleased to say that at UNC Greensboro we will be providing an experience […]

Beginning Monday, August 2, UNC Greensboro will require face coverings to be worn in all indoor settings and facilities, regardless of vaccination status, until further notice. Consistent with our policy during the Fall ‘20 and Spring ‘21 semesters, face coverings must be worn indoors at all times unless 1) eating or drinking; or 2) in a private office […]

On Friday afternoon, Governor Cooper announced that, effective immediately, maintaining social distance and wearing face coverings are no longer required in most public settings. Face coverings remain required while using public transportation, in childcare settings, in schools, in long-term care facilities, and in healthcare settings. Many private businesses also have decided to continue to require face coverings […]

This afternoon, Governor Cooper announced that, effective immediately, maintaining social distance and wearing face coverings are no longer required in most settings. This change is based on updated guidance released by the CDC yesterday.  It is important to understand that it is strongly recommended that individuals who have not been vaccinated should continue to wear […]