CCM-specific updates regarding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

On Aug. 24 CCM welcomed back students, faculty and staff for the official start of Fall Semester.

A carefully crafted blend of in-person and virtual offerings, in addition to enhanced health and safety measures, is providing our students with the best collegiate experience possible in this new era of living and learning. Some CCM areas will continue to operate remotely to facilitate social distancing.

Return to Campus

The University of Cincinnati recognizes the health and safety benefits of implementing a multi-phased return to campus in advance of the start of the fall semester on August 24. Each of the four phases of this stepwise approach is underpinned by a set of essential health and safety measures. All members of our community are expected to do their part to ensure the health and safety of themselves and others.

CCM is also providing regular updates through this website and through our email newsletter. Subscribe to get the latest CCM news, performance videos and other campus updates delivered directly to your inbox.

Return to Campus Updates

Nov. 7 Update: A new drive-thru COVID testing option starts this week for employees, students and community. Learn about how campus COVID testing options continue to expand

Nov. 6 Update: For peace of mind, to contribute to public health efforts, and to help you and your families take any added health precautions, the university will provide free, voluntary COVID testing Nov. 16-18 to any currently enrolled student in a “Know Before You Go” testing blitz. Learn more about the process

Oct. 26 Update: CCM Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Stephanie P. Schlagel provides information about registering for Spring Semester classes. Learn more about spring registration and CCM's online accommodation resources

Oct. 2 Update: CCM Dean Stanley E. Romanstein shares health and safety reminders from University Health Services. Stay informed as we continue to work and learn together

Sept. 3 Update: CCM Scheduling Manager Eric Louie provides an update on study space available in Mary Emery Hall. Learn more about these spaces

August 27 Update: Professor Jenny Doctor provides an update on the reopening of the Albino Gorno Memorial Library/CCM Library. Learn more about the reopening of the CCM Library's physical spaces

August 13 Update: UC Director of Housing Carl Dieso shares how the university is keeping student housing safe. Learn more about UC housing during COVID-19

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July 24 Update: CCM Dean Stanley E. Romanstein provides an update on CCM's health and safety enhancements for fall semester. Learn more about the steps we are taking to keep the campus community safe this fall

July 23 Update: UC Director of International Services Ron Cushing answers common questions related to fall semester. Learn more about what to expect as an international student this fall

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July 21 Update: CCM Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Stephanie P. Schlagel provides an update on class registration information and online accommodation resources. Learn more Catalyst listings and online accommodation requests

July 15 Update: Vice President of Student Affairs Debra Merchant shares tips for students to stay engaged at UC. Learn more about what student life will be like this fall 

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July 9 Update: Executive Director of University Health Services Kim Miller gives advice for staying healthy during the COVID era. Learn more about how UC is keeping campus safe this fall

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July 8 Update: CCM Dean Stanley E. Romanstein provides an update on the reopening of CCM Village, CCM's instructional model for Fall Semester and the impact of the recent ICE directive on international students. Learn more about the plans to reopen CCM VIllage

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July 2 Update: Vice provost and UC Family Physician Chris Lewis shares insight into staying safe on campus. Learn more about how you can stay safe when you return to UC

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July 1 Update: UC President Neville G. Pinto has shared the university's Return to Campus Guide, which covers safety, teaching and learning, campus life, housing, contingency planning and other resources related to Fall Semester. Read the Return to Campus Guide

June 25 Update: CCM Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Stephanie P. Schlagel provides an update on fall instructional delivery at CCM. Learn more about updates coming to Catalyst

June 22 Update: Vice Provost of Enrollment Management Jack Miner discusses UC's response to COVID-19. Learn more about what fall 2020 classes look like

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June 11 Update: UC President Neville G. Pinto and Kristi Nelson, executive vice president for academic affairs and provost, share plans to welcome back students to campus on August 24 for the start of the fall semester. Learn more about UC's plan for the start of fall semester

May 20 Update: UC President Neville G. Pinto has announced provisional planning for a return to campus. Learn more about the multi-phased plan

May 5 Update: Employees and students on campus this summer term are required to wear facial coverings. Learn more about campus requirements to wear facial coverings

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs For Spring and Summer 2020 Activities

Please refer to the links below to find answers to some of the frequently asked questions that have resulted from our transition to remote operations.

Learn more about how to support the Emergency Relief Fund
In these unprecedented times, it’s important to care for ourselves, our families and those in our communities. UC has taken decisive measures to ensure everyone’s health and safety amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Our students are now facing extenuating circumstances related to housing, food and other vital resources. Please consider a donation for our students in need. 

The fund will allow limited financial assistance to currently-enrolled, full-time students who are impacted by unanticipated and/or temporary hardships from an emergency or crisis.

Information for students about the fund and its scope can be found on the Dean of Students' website.  

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