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Updated May 7, 2:50 p.m.

Current College of Law Status

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Instruction Stage


  • The University of Arizona is currently in Stage 3 

    • In-person and flex in-person courses of up to 100 students have the option to meet in person. Check with your instructors to confirm class modality during Stage 3.

    • The indoor event limit remains 25 and the outdoor limit remains 50.

Building Use and Access 

  • Building access is only available via CatCard swipe for the entirety of the spring 2021 semester. Please do not allow people to follow you into the building or enter when you depart; do not hold the door open for anyone.

  • Building access is limited to: 

    • All College of Law students have 24/7 access to College of Law buildings to use the Law Library, attend their Live Online or Flex In-person courses in the assigned law school classrooms, use student journal offices, and use indoor and outdoor common seating areas.

    • Faculty and staff performing core functions (employees are encouraged to work remotely as much as possible)

    • Pre-approved guests with official college business

  • No visitors are allowed in College of Law facilities. Faculty, staff and students are not permitted to bring family members or other non-law school guests into the buildings for any reason. 

COVID-19 Compliance

  • Review and commit to the college's Pledge for a Safe Return

  • Every person on campus must follow these rules at all times:

    • Get tested each week before you come to campus (unless you have received an exemption due to being fully vaccinated)
    • Complete the mandatory Wildcat Well Check each day before coming to campus
    • Wear a face covering unless you are alone in a single-occupancy office
    • Practice physical distancing
    • Wash hands and use hand sanitizer 
    • Stay home if you are sick


Where can I get the latest campus COVID and reentry info?

Check the Current Status section at the top of this page to see College of Law details. Visit the university's COVID-19 Updates page to to see current and upcoming Instructional Stage, policy updates, President Robbins' weekly briefings and more.


What are my COVID-19 testing options?

Students, faculty and staff have access to free testing on campus. Anyone returning to campus in person must first take an antigen test and receive a negative result. 

Learn about and register for testing

Is the Law Library open?

Yes. Arizona Law students currently have 24/7 access to the Cracchiolo Law Library. All library services are always available remotely.

Get full Law Library details

What is the current grading policy?

As announced on Feb. 4, JD students can elect to receive a Pass/No-Pass for one or more classes for the spring 2021 semester. They must first communicate this intention to their instructors by March 26. 

See the grading policy details

Where can I get extra support?

Arizona Law is committed to supporting our students, staff and faculty in the many challenges caused by the pandemic. The Community Wellness, Engagement, and Support Working Group prepared a non-exhaustive list of campus, local and online resources to address needs including mental health, childcare, finances and more.

Explore support resources

What should I do if I'm feeling ill?

If you are currently experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, stay isolated, self-quarantine and call to make an appointment with Campus Health Services or your healthcare provider.

See Positive Case Notification Protocols

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