Campuses are open starting August 3rd, 2020
Both CGS campuses will reopen for limited administrative services on August 3, 2020. Limited staffing and services will apply until the start of the semester on September 2nd.
The full UWM College of General Studies Reopening Plan is available here.
Reopening Hours and Staffing starting 8/3-9/2:
- Campus (including IT services, library, and the Solution Center) and Bookstore hours are: Monday – Thursday, 9am to 2pm; Friday, 9am to 1pm. Campus signage will indicate areas that are closed.
- Fitness facilities will be closed.
- Waukesha Dean’s office will have staffing 3 days a week.
- IT service and maintenance staff will be on duty.
- Library staff will be available at both campuses.
- Solution Center staff will be available for remote appointments. Information specialists at The Solution Center will be available between August 10th and September 2nd.
- Limited in-person services will be available in other areas.
Academic Year hours and staffing will change after September 2nd. Check back for more details then.
Panthers Protect Panthers
Three simple things can help keep you and those around you safe this fall:
- Wash your hands.
- Watch your distance.
- Wear a mask.
One reason students choose UWM is that we are a community that cares for each other. Working together, we can slow the spread of COVID-19. Show your Panther pride by doing your part. Read UWM’s Health and Safety Policy here.
UWM updates and answers to frequently asked questions on COVID-19 Pandemic – Visit uwm.edu/coronavirus
Continuing Education Operations for CGS Reopening
UWM CGS Continuing Education serves a wide variety of backgrounds, including many who have heightened risk factors themselves or within their families. To best protect the ability of our UWM CGS community to participate in Continuing Education instruction and activities, participants and staff must follow all UWM Covid-19 guidelines which include:
- Adhering to a 6-foot social distance in all classrooms and public spaces
- Wearing a nonsurgical face mask covering (i.e. cloth face mask)
- Self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms to include fever, cough, and shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. See the CDC’s website for more information about COVID-19 symptoms. In addition to this document, see the CDC’s website for more information about what to do if you are experiencing symptoms.
- Do not come to campus if you have COVID-19. If you are experiencing symptoms consistent with the COVID-19 Symptom Checker, do not come to campus and contact your medical provider.