CAMPUS RETURN

Campus Return

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WHAT TO EXPECT

FALL 2021

A Safe Return to Campus

As we look ahead to fall 2021, the safety and well-being of our students remains a top priority. UC Riverside will return to mostly in-person instruction beginning fall quarter, with a few courses to remain remote. The flexibility of both in-person and select remote options is designed to help students easily and efficiently transition back to in-person following a year of remote learning.

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KEEP HIGHLANDERS HEALTHY

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Students to sign the Keep Highlanders Healthy pledge.

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Wellness Check

Fill out the wellness check before coming to campus.

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Testing

Free testing options on and off campus.

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Vaccines

Now available to everyone 12 and older.

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COVID-19 NEWS

Deadline to provide vaccination proof is Aug. 16
Aug. 16 is the deadline for UC Riverside employees and students to upload vaccination records for fall 2021. The announcement was made in a July 16 message from Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox to the campus community.
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What’s open on campus now
UC Riverside is planning for a return to in-person instruction and operations this fall. Find out below what services are available and what to expect as the campus gradually reopens. Dining All dining venues are closed for the summer. A gradual reopening of campus food operations is planned as early as late August with exact details and scheduling to be determined. Check the Dining Services website for updates.
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Campus vaccination rates continue to rise
About 46% of UC Riverside employees and 38% of students have submitted proof of COVID-19 vaccinations as of early July. The campus is continuing to encourage students and employees to get vaccinated and submit proof with high vaccination rates considered essential to reducing restrictions on campus and ensuring the health and safety of the campus community.
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