As we move into the fall semester, things look very different than they ever have before. But in this unprecedented moment, there are great opportunities to be a Duke united in building an even brighter future for our university, the nation, and the world.
Teams across Duke are working hard to meet the milestones necessary to safely reopen campus this fall. Find out where we stand in transitioning back to campus.
March – May
Critical Operations Only: essential healthcare personnel, police/security, utilities crews, student affairs, housekeeping, payroll and other services to support critical operations.
May – June
Expanded Clinics & Research Labs: additional healthcare personnel, principal investigators, research staff and others to support expanded research efforts.
July – August
Business Continuity Operations: business support operations, faculty offices, and more student/academic support services will be open.
August – December
Fall Semester Operations: necessary personnel to support student services & academic programming for the Fall semester.
In order to meet the challenges presented by COVID-19, we must all share in the responsibility to practice prevention: wear a mask or face covering, maintain physical distance, wash your hands regularly and practice proper cough/sneeze etiquette.
Wear a Mask
Perform regular health checks
Wash your Hands
Often and for 20 seconds
Stay 6 feet apart
September 20, 2020
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