UND promotes healthy campus community

In preparation for a COVID-resistant fall semester restart and as more students and employees are returning to campus, effective immediately, the University of North Dakota will require face coverings to be worn on campus. Read more about this announcement on the Coronavirus Blog.

The face coverings requirement, which pertains to all students, staff, faculty, affiliates and visitors taking part in UND-sponsored activities on campus, is an important layer of defense against the spread of COVID-19 as well as a strong display of our concern for those around us. It also aligns with University’s smart restart plans for the fall semester, when thousands of students, family members, staff, faculty, affiliates and other visitors converge on our campus.

The University urges everyone to embrace this commitment to maintain good health and to promote the well-being of others around you. It’s what we can do to look out for each other as we move forward on our path to establishing the most COVID-resistant campus possible.

Read more about when face coverings need to be worn and when they do not. You can also read a summary of the most recent UND announcements pertaining to COVID-19.

After Aug. 1, UND will be providing a mandatory online training for all students, faculty and staff to ensure all COVID-19 safety protocols are understood and what we need to do to help keep the entire UND community safe. Your student should watch their email for details.