Employees will begin to return to campus in a phased approach mid-to-late July.
Many UK operations will be performed differently to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. These changes are designed to minimize on-site and in-person interactions, even as we provide a vibrant, residential experience for our students and continue to fulfill our missions of education, research, service and care.
Staff and faculty have demonstrated how, for certain positions, much of the university’s work can be accomplished remotely in the short-term. Against that backdrop, the university is developing an intentional process to identify which positions are critical to on-site operations to achieve a signature residential experience for students when they return in the fall. All other positions should continue to operate remotely.
Health and Safety
Support for Continued Remote Work
With many functions continuing to be performed remotely, we have tips and tools to help you feel connected and engaged. Our WorkAnywhere website is dedicated to supporting you in your continued remote work.
Benefits, Well-Being and Leave Policies
All information regarding employee leave policies, benefits, health insurance and well-being can be found at the link below.
Supervisors will play a critical role in the success of our restart. Below you'll find tools to help you make decisions and lead your team.
As the university works to return to safe and reinvented normal operations, identifying any COVID-19-related purchases will allow for, and provide a comprehensive view into, institutional expenses—before, during and after the pandemic. Additionally, establishing these processes and capturing appropriate documentation will support the university’s efforts to include eligible expenses for reimbursement through available funding agencies.
For a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions as they relate to COVID-19, follow the link below.