COVID-19 PCR-based testing is available at the Stamp Student Union each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday throughout the spring semester. Make an appointment through the University Health Center Patient Portal.
Visit return.umd.edu to submit your test results. The University Health Center will not submit test results for you. Failure to confirm your test results may result in referral to the Office of Student Conduct for non-compliance.
Any Residence Hall or Fraternity and Sorority Life house where positive cases are growing will have safety measures implemented, including students:
Dining halls are open up to 50 percent occupancy, with physical distancing enforced. Please remember: grab-and-go dining remains the safest option, and we encourage everyone to eat outside whenever possible.
The University Health Center and the Counseling Center are open for both in-person medical assistance and counseling as well as online options for support. Modified services, programs and activities include:
Virtual Mental Health Resources
The Counseling Center has developed a variety of resources to help our campus community navigate these challenging times.
Visit the Counseling Center’s COVID-19 Care & Support Resources page to learn more.
If you witness behavior that could put our community at risk, please notify the university by submitting concerns to the ethics, compliance and integrity website.
We all have a responsibility to follow safety measures to help keep ourselves and members of the entire UMD community safe and healthy. All health and safety measures must be followed by students both on and off campus, per our Student Code of Conduct. Sanctions for non-compliance include, but are not limited to, loss of privileges to attend campus events, housing dismissal, removal from all on-campus activities including in-person classes, and dismissal from the University.
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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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