Yes, but faculty and staff will be asked to help. Offices will be cleaned per the schedule that was in place before campus shut down. Main department offices will be cleaned weekly, and all individual offices once per month. Faculty… Read More
Faculty and staff who return will not do so all at once. Deans, directors and supervisors have considered how best to bring employees back to campus depending on factors including the employee’s duties, space configurations of offices and the ability… Read More
If you test positive for COVID-19 or have been a close contact with a COVID-positive person, you should: Self-report your diagnosis to your supervisor, department chair, or Dean as soon as possible. Follow the guidelines given in the attached Return… Read More
UWM’s On-site Employee Work Practices have been updated to comply with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. In an effort to ensure that employees who will be returning to campus have reviewed and acknowledged these work practices, University Safety… 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.
Yes, cleaning supplies are being purchased at a central level and will be distributed to any campus department that needs them for essential operations. This program is intended to supplement regular procurement by campus departments by serving as a reserve… Read More
Yes. The university is purchasing personal protective equipment at a central level that will be distributed to any campus department that needs it for essential operations. This program is intended to supplement regular procurement by campus departments by serving as… Read More
The university is implementing prudent health and safety protocols that align with recommendations by local, state and national public health authorities. UWM is also asking campus community members to adhere to published health and safety guidelines to minimize the prevalence… Read More