Working on campus or any UNH location? A Valid Wildcat Pass is Required for all Faculty / Staff
This is the latest information sent to employees via email as of July 29, 2021:
DURHAM EMPLOYEES ONLY: If you work 100% remote and will not be coming to campus, a valid Wildcat Pass is not needed. Please fill out this survey so you do not get reminders about your Wildcat Pass. If something changes and you must come to campus follow these instructions to get a test and valid Wildcat Pass
VALID "WILDCAT PASS" REQUIRED FOR FACULTY/STAFF/CONTRACTORS
WILDCAT PASS INFORMATION & ENFORCEMENT:
A valid Wildcat Pass is required for every member of our community—faculty, staff and students—to be on any one of our campuses for ANY reason. It is a tool to ensure you are compliant and allow you to access campus (offices, labs, classrooms), participate in any campus event, access the dining halls, Hamel Rec and other campus facilities.
- July 29, 2021: Review the latest announcement regarding the requirements from James Dean, President
What is a Wildcat Pass?
The university created the Wildcat Pass tool to help members of its community keep track of their ongoing compliance status. If you are compliant, your Wildcat Pass will show a colorful symbol that fits the full screen of your mobile phone, computer or other electronic device. If you are not in compliance, you will receive a small text message instead of a full-screen symbol. That message lets you know what you need to do to become compliant.
Learn more about the Wildcat Pass at https://www.unh.edu/coronavirus/faq - scroll down to the Wildcat Pass category at the bottom of the FAQ list.
COVID-19 TESTING INFORMATION:
If you will be working on the Durham campus please review this latest communication
View the COVID-19 Self Test video w/detailed instructions on the steps and the location of test drop off locations on the Durham campus here: UNH COVID-19 testing resource page.
Continue to remain vigilant and follow all public health recommendations around mask wearing, hand washing, physical distancing and illness. Please stay home if you feel sick.
REASONABLE ACCOMODATION REQUESTS
For employees who received a COVID-19 temporary accommodation for Fall 2020 and/or Spring 2021 semesters, as noted in your approval letter, any further need for accommodation would be revisited based upon then-current public health conditions and your medical condition.
If you were approved for a fast-track flex work arrangement for the fall 2020 and/or spring 2021 semesters, these will no longer be provided by the ADA office for COVID-related circumstances. The University of New Hampshire, the State of New Hampshire and the CDC (Center for Disease Control) have deemed it safe to have gatherings of unrestricted size and for vaccinated individuals to remain unmasked. If you do not have a medical condition but still want to request a Flexible Work Arrangement, please follow the directions provided on the Flexible Work Arrangement page, and contact your Manager to discuss options.
Daily UNH COVID-19 Testing results - We are committed to test data transparency, while still protecting employee and student confidentiality and privacy. No personal identifiable data will be shared. All data is presented in aggregate in a dashboard updated on a regular basis. To find the latest testing results, scroll down the page the latest testing results along with archived results.
USNH HR COVID-19 Benefits Employees and Employment - FAQ's: Updated February 19, 2021