CU Denver is continuing to monitor the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Our website is updated often.
This dashboard displays a number of campus COVID-19 metrics, including the number of asymptomatic tests conducted by our campus testing operations and positive cases among CU Denver students, faculty, and staff.
Students: Get help with remote learning tools Canvas and Zoom, find tips on being a successful remote learner, and access resources like online tutoring.
As of Monday, March 16, supervisors should have identified employees who can work remotely. As soon as a supervisor provides authorization, an employee—student workers, researchers, faculty, and staff—can work remotely following their required registration on our remote workforce site.
Connect with technology resources to support your off-campus work. Tools and resources are updated regularly so check back often.
Reporting on COVID-19 exposure and testing is essential to our campus community. You must self-report your status if you fall into any of the following groups.
If you fall into any of these groups, please take the following steps.
These last three steps are especially important as we monitor the impact of COVID-19 within the campus community and beyond. Gathering pertinent health information is essential to the well-being of the campus community.
Do you know of someone who needs support or do you have a concern about something happening in regards to COVID-19? Submit a referral form to get assistance.
Common questions about coronavirus/COVID-19. Includes how to report if you test positive, staying safe, recognizing symptoms, and getting healthcare and mental health resources.
Questions about work-related concerns for all employees (student, faculty, and staff). Includes furloughs, financial impact, remote working, sick leave, and FMLA.
Questions on how CU Denver is addressing discrimination associated with COVID-19.
Questions about campus and university safety procedures and policies. Includes information on building access, on-campus services, research and creative activities, and events.
Questions about course formats for students. Includes differences between course formats this fall, remote learning services, and technology needs.
Questions faculty have about in-person, remote, and online teaching. Includes information about on-campus policies, teaching resources, and technology.
Answers to the most common questions will be added to the FAQ section on a regular basis.