Last updated 6.8.20
We realize that students are facing unprecedented challenges, and UND will work to help all students succeed as much as possible.
- Plexiglass barriers will be put in place across campus.
- Many student service offices, such as One Stop Student Services, will offer meetings and transactions.
- Face-to-face services will also be available with appropriate physical distancing.
- Residence halls and University Place will have one student per bedroom.
- All residence halls will be equipped with electronic door access.
- Wireless internet access and performance will be improved in Hancock, Squires, University Place and Fulton Halls. Better bandwidth will ensure adequate access if classes need to be held remotely.
- There will be an increased focus on student health and well-being, and resident assistants will help educate students on staying safe as well as their regular role in helping students be successful.
For additional details and updates related to COVID-19, please visit the UND Housing website.
- Dining centers will operate at a lower occupancy.
- Plexiglass barriers will be between dining staff and students, as well as in food workstations.
- Hand sanitizer dispensers will be available in open dining areas.
- Touchless technology will be used for transactions.
- Self-serve options will be discontinued in dining centers for student safety. Meal deliveries will be available for students who may need to be isolated due to close contact with or contraction of COVID-19.
- A mobile app is expected to be available for all UND-operated retail locations across campus. The goal is to offer online ordering for coffee shops so beverages are ready for students when they come in.
For more information, please review the Dining Services website.
- Students will scan themselves in with their IDs.
- Locker rooms and showers will not be available, but bathroom facilities will.
- Equipment will be spaced further apart.
- Group exercise sessions will be moved to larger areas.
- Some intramural activities will not be offered, such as ice hockey, basketball or soccer.
- The Culinary Corner Kitchen will offer remote cooking classes.
For updates, class schedules and more, visit the Wellness Center website.
- Leadership is meeting regularly with fraternities and sororities to offer safety guidance and updates, and they are also following guidance from their national organizations.
- Fraternity and sorority recruitment will take place, with safety precautions in place.
New updates will be available on the Sorority & Fraternity Life website.
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