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New Notices & Policies
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- UH: President David Lassner Report February, 2021
- UH: System CARES report
- UH: Modified Quarantine
- UH: Health screening check-in app now available
- UH: COVID-19 Protocols for UH Campus Communications
- UH: COVID-19 Updates
- UH: Positive cases of COVID-19
- UH: Releases interim COVID-19 guidelines for its 10 campuses
- UH: Emergency Updates
- UH: Mānoa updates
- UH: Action to Address COVID-19 pandemic
- UH: Human Resources Information for Employees
- UH: Important Health Information
In light of the novel coronavirus named COVID-19, this message clarifies the university’s policy on travel by UH students and employees.
It is important to remember that the government’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak is a rapidly evolving situation. Out of an abundance of caution, we remind our entire UH community that any travel to and from Hawaiʻi, including within the United States, maybe restricted on short notice. If you are on authorized or personal travel when this happens, you may be delayed in returning to Hawaiʻi.
Please check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) travel advisory page for the latest updates.
TRAVEL FROM HAWAIʻI
CDC Level 3 Countries: Any UH-sponsored travel by students and employees to CDC Level 3 countries is not authorized. As of this message, Level 3 countries are China, South Korea, Italy, and Iran.
CDC Level 2 Countries
- Employees: Any UH-sponsored travel to CDC Level 2 countries is not authorized unless approval is received from your respective UH Officer. If travel was arranged prior to a country receiving a Level 2 designation, then your respective UH Officer must approve before departure.
- Any UH-sponsored travel by individual students to CDC Level 2 countries is not authorized unless approval is received from your UH Officer.
- Any UH-sponsored travel by student groups to CDC Level 2 countries is not authorized.
- UH Officers are the UH Mānoa Provost, UH Hilo Chancellor, UH West O‘ahu Chancellor, Vice President for Community Colleges, all other Vice Presidents, and the President.
As of this message, Japan is the only Level 2 country.
TRAVEL INTO HAWAIʻI: Visitors, Students, and Employees
Once an individualʻs entry into the State of Hawaiʻi is cleared by the government, visitors and returning students and employees are welcomed on all of our campuses. No additional restrictions are required beyond what is already mandated by government authorities. Any type of bias, discrimination and/or harassment directed at visitors and returning students and faculty during this situation will not be tolerated.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email covid19@Hawaii.edu and check the UH COVID-19 resource pages:
UH CAMPUSES ARE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC BUT ARE STILL CONDUCTING BUSINESS. DELIVERIES, EMERGENCY VEHICLES, TRASH COLLECTORS, POSTAL SERVICE, POLICE, AND CONTRACTORS ARE STILL PERMITTED ON UH CAMPUSES.
In response to the COVID-19 health crisis, the 10 campuses of the University of Hawaiʻi are closed, effective immediately, to everyone except current students and employees.
The UH campuses are UH Mānoa, UH Hilo, UH West Oʻahu, UH Maui College, Leeward Community College (CC), Kapiʻolani CC, Honolulu CC, Windward CC, Kauaʻi CC and Hawaiʻi CC.
This is the latest step being taken for the health and safety of UH students and employees. The university announced on March 18 that it is transitioning to an online delivery of courses for the remainder of the spring semester. The closure of public-facing facilities and establishment of a process for employees to work remotely from home are in effect. Employees who are working on campus and students who come to campus or reside in student housing are instructed to practice social distancing.
Click here for the latest COVID-19 announcements and resources. You can also head toUHNews.org for updates.
University of Hawaiʻi
The University of Hawaii Community Colleges are committed to ensuring the health and safety of our faculty, staff, and students. We are following the guidance of President Lassner and Governor Ige by moving classes to remote delivery as much as possible.
In an effort to provide students the opportunity to complete their classes to allow for graduation, progress toward their degrees, and/or certification, some of the community college courses will continue to meet in person, for part of or all of a class, due to program accreditation requirements and specialized equipment needs. These decisions were made after much consideration and appropriate steps will be taken to keep our faculty, staff, and students safe. This will allow some students to earn their degrees and be qualified to serve as essential workers, such as in health care.
Social distancing protocols and enhanced disinfecting procedures will be implemented. If a student does not want to continue to attend in person classes, they should notify their instructor and arrange for accommodations and/or request an ”incomplete” for the class.
We are continuously evaluating these decisions, and students should communicate with their instructors regarding any changes.
FACILITIES:All buildings will be LOCKED except for the main doors of the LRC and OSC. You will have access to your office through your key, keycard or you may call security at ext. 399 or 278-3107. During this time, a number of bathrooms will be LOCKED and a modified cleaning schedule will be in effect to allow janitorial personnel to focus on cleaning those areas remaining open. This is being done so that we can close facilities to prevent the spread of the virus, secure the campus, and conserve the dwindling supplies of soap, paper towels, and toilet paper. A list of bathrooms remaining open is shown below. Please click here to keep reading.
If you think you may have been infected with novel coronavirus, please call the Department of Health reporting line at 808-586-4586