Feb. 1, 2021
Dear UNH Durham community,
We are closely watching the approaching inclement weather. Any decision to curtail university operations will be announced by 4 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2, via email and RAVE, the university’s emergency notification system. This message confirms that while in-person classes will not occur in the event of curtailment, classes may proceed virtually. It is up to each faculty member to decide; please monitor your email and Canvas.
In the event curtailed operations are enacted:
- Students living in campus housing can drop off their tests as scheduled Tuesday, Feb. 2, if they are able and feel safe doing so.
- Students living off campus scheduled to drop off a test on Tuesday, Feb. 2, should resume testing on their next scheduled day.
- Faculty, staff and contractors scheduled to test on Tuesday, Feb. 2, can drop a sample any other day this week (including today) or resume their normal COVID testing schedule Tuesday, Feb. 9.
Anyone unable to drop a test as scheduled on Tuesday, Feb. 2, will continue to have a valid Wildcat Pass; your Wildcat Pass will not become invalid as a result of a missing test that was due on Tuesday.
The Whittemore Center (test kit distribution) and Dairy Bar (pre-arrival testing) will be closed if the university declares curtailed operations and will re-open Wednesday, Feb. 3, weather permitting.
Chief of Police /Associate VP for Public Safety and Risk Management and Co-Chair of UNH Testing and Tracing Committee
Senior Vice Provost for Research, Economic Engagement and Outreach and Co-Chair of UNH Testing and Tracing Committee