UPDATED NOVEMBER 17, 2020 at 2:00 P.M.
Our focus has been on the health and well-being of our entire campus community, and our plans have been coordinated with state and county health officials, with additional guidance provided by the University System of Maryland.
Fall Semester Schedule: Nearly all undergraduate courses will transition entirely online beginning November 16, 2020 and will remain online through the rest of the fall semester. Course delivery and schedules for fall, winter, and spring semesters >
The university has developed a multifaceted and integrated plan for COVID-19 surveillance, testing and early warning.
The fall semester began on Aug. 31. After a two week delay, in-person undergraduate instruction resumed as planned on Sept.14 . All graduate-level instruction has proceeded as planned. Classes will run through Dec. 14, as scheduled.
Schedule of Classes (Testudo)
If you think you have COVID-19, please use the university HEAL line. If you have a medical question or concern, please contact your physician. If you have questions specific to UMD and coronavirus, we encourage you to use our feedback form.
The student experience will include new safety guidelines and opportunities regarding housing, dining, co-curricular activities, and mental health and wellness.
Maryland Athletics is working closely with university leadership, and local and state officials to comply with public health guidelines, as well as NCAA and Big Ten Conference requirements.
The effects of COVID-19 on our Fiscal 2021 campus budget are significant. Plans to mitigate much of these financial impacts of COVID-19 are in progress, with several budget mitigation measures already in place.
We have worked diligently to develop, enhance, and implement plans for reopening our physical campus and create a physically distant, socially-rich environment.
We value input from our campus community. Please fill out our feedback form to share suggestions or report concerns about health and safety on campus.
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