Coronavirus Response Information

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Coronavirus Response Information

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Updated July 29 2022.

Current College of Law Status

Review reminders and updates from President Robbins on COVID-19 mitigation efforts at the University as we prepare for Fall semester classes.

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  SPRING 2022 FAQs

COVID-19 Mitigation

  • Based on current public health conditions and aligned with CDC guidance, masks are recommended, but not required, in most indoor spaces including classrooms. See the university's full face coverings policy and guidance.

  • Both surgical and KN95 masks are still available at no cost for all College of Law students as well as faculty and staff. 

  • The college's policy against eating indoors has been lifted, but you are encouraged to continue enjoying your meals outside whenever possible. Event coordinators are also continued to provide food outside before or after the event, when possible. 

  • See the university's employee COVID-19 vaccine requirement page for the latest details. Employees are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated and verify their vaccination status with the university. Campus Health offers the COVID-19 vaccination at no cost to all university students and benefits-eligible employees.

  • You are encouraged to get tested at least weekly, even if you are fully vaccinated. Free COVID-19 testing remains available on campus for students and employees, including a Cats TakeAway Testing pick-up/drop-off location in the College of Law lobby. See full testing details, locations and hours

  • Wash hands and use hand sanitizer

  • Stay home if you are sick

If You Test Positive for COVID-19

Key Contacts

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, COVID data, university communications and more.

What are my COVID-19 testing options?

Please get tested at least weekly and before and after travel. Students, faculty and staff have access to free testing on campus, including TakeAway Testing kits available in the College of Law lobby. 

Where can I get vaccinated?

COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and our best shot at getting back to normal. The University strongly encourages vaccination to protect yourself and the community. Vaccine and booster appointments are available through Campus Health and locations throughout PIma County.

What are the plans if public health conditions change?

The university is closely monitoring university health conditions as well as local, state and federal laws and guidelines. As has been the case since the pandemic began, the College of Law will follow university policies and is prepared to shift operations and classroom and work modalities as needed. The health and wellbeing of our community is our top priority.

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.

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.

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