UWM continues to work closely with state, county and local health authorities with respect to all our decisions when it comes to the safety of our university community. We are involved also in discussions about medical guidance with national educational… Read More
Students in need of support can contact the Dean of Students in the Student Union, Room 345, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-229-4632. Someone in that office can direct students to appropriate on- and off-campus resources. Students may also contact Norris Health Center for… Read More
The Milwaukee Health Department conducts tests for coronavirus, and with a positive test, it begins a contact investigation. Using information gathered during this investigation, local or state health departments notify people it determines are at risk. Local health departments are… Read More
Alert your supervisor to how you are feeling. Depart work as soon as possible. Upon departing, contact your health care provider via telephone for further direction.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (such as grocery stores and pharmacies). The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or… Read More
Yes. The City of Milwaukee Health Department confirmed one case of COVID-19 in a UWM employee. However, as of late March, the spread of the virus in Milwaukee County can no longer be traced to individuals, and thus, the public… Read More
UWM’s Employee Assistance Program provider, FEI Behavioral Health, can help faculty and staff manage the challenges and changes caused by the pandemic. FEI, which has been providing services for more than 40 years, offers assistance in areas including: Managing uncertainty… Read More