In response to the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), continually updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and other governmental officials – and out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff – The University of Tulsa is transitioning to minimal on-campus operations. Only a limited number of employees will be asked to report to work on campus starting on March 23. At this time, areas requiring employees’ physical presence on campus include health services, security, information technology, housing and dining services, mail services, facilities management, dean of students and a few research laboratories. Other services including but not limited to human resources, admission, financial aid, student services, the business office, marketing and communications, the bursar’s office, the registrar’s office, athletics and university advancement will work remotely to minimize exposure in line with TU’s Social Distancing Policy as well as guidance from the CDC and other governmental officials. If you have questions about whether you are expected to report to campus or work remotely, please contact your direct supervisor. The university will update the campus community as more information becomes available.
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