Student Health Center Appointments
To protect the campus community and student health and wellness, the Student Health Center is providing virtual appointments for patients. Visit to schedule a virtual appointment, or call 901.443.1397 or 901.443.6438 between 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Virtual appointments are available from 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday through Friday. Learn more about scheduling an appointment
To protect the campus community and student health and wellness, the Counseling Center is currently offering consultation via teletherapy appointments. If you need crisis assistance, please call 901.504.6442 or 901.468.3633 during business hours (8:00 AM to 4:30 PM). If you are experiencing a crisis emergency after hours please call 901.678.HELP (4357). Learn more at /counseling.
In an effort to support our students, faculty and staff, the Loewenberg College of Nursing has established a designated email helpline to submit questions. The email is staffed by experienced nursing and public health faculty who will respond to any COVID-19-related questions you may have. It is our goal to make sure you have the correct information that you need during this time. To submit your question to the helpline, please email yourhealth@.
University of Memphis Information Overview
- as of April 22 -
- The University will remain open. We have transitioned to remote and virtual learning for the majority of courses and educational activities for the remainder of the spring and summer semesters. Recognizing that campus housing and dining are essential for a large number of our students, these facilities will also remain open. As classroom instruction transitions to online or remote alternatives for the remainder of the semester, students are encouraged to return 乐乐棋牌.
- In response to our changing circumstances, the UofM will be offering all students a credit/no credit grading system for this semester. Learn more about these options >
- All Summer 乐乐棋牌 Classes will be offered online. Learn more at /summer >
- The University is offereing direct financial support for summer school. Learn more at /scholarships >
- Many Graduate School programs are waiving the requirement for GRE/GMAT admissions exam. We're also offering a credit to cover the application fee through May 15 and accepting alternative English proficiency tests. Learn more about these limited-time offers >
*Please note: Most campus buildings have restricted access. You must have your University ID to enter. Learn more >*
Our Center for Teaching and Learning has developed extensive resources to help support faculty and students in an online setting. Resources for faculty can be found on the Keep Teaching website. Resources for students can be found on the Keep Learning website.
View additional information on our FAQs related to coronavirus and the UofM >
Recognizing that campus housing and dining are essential for a large number of our students, these facilities will also remain open. Specific cleaning and social distancing guidelines will be shared with those utilizing University housing and dining facilities. The campus is not closing. Buildings will remain open, and day-to-day campus operations will continue. There will likely be some limitations in operations and services, however, as there will be a need for remote operations of some units.
We encourage our campus community to dine in the campus dining locations to provide safe and convenient meal options during this time. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to . For Starbucks hours, visit: . For Housing related questions not answered on these pages, contact selogan@.
- Closed through Spring 乐乐棋牌 Semester -
On Tuesday, April 14, Sally Parish, Associate Vice President for Educational Initiatives, released a statement to University School students that we are officially transitioning to virtual learning for the remainder of the academic year within our University Schools. As such the Early Learning & Research Center, Campus School and University Middle physical locations will remain closed through the scheduled conclusion of the spring term on May 22.. We will, however, continue to provide remote instruction for all of our University Schools students. The viability of Summer Camp and Summer Bridge programs is still being explored, and we hope to share more in early to mid-May about those programs. For more information, contact universityschools@.
Given continued state and federal guidance, as of March 9, we have discontinued all faculty, staff and student international travel through the end of the semester. Anyone returning to Memphis from a CDC Level 2 or 3 deemed country are required to self-quarantine prior to returning to campus. While we are not discontinuing domestic travel at this time, we encourage faculty, staff and students to exercise judgment when considering domestic travel and avoiding or postponing travel where practical. Any summer travel restrictions will be evaluated in the coming months in accordance with available state and federal guidance.
Guidelines are available for faculty, staff and students returning from travel, including any indicated need for evaluation through our Health Center and any potential for quarantine. Guidelines and other FAQs are available on our website, FAQs related to Coronavirus and the UofM.
President Trump advised people to avoid gathering in groups of more than 10 people on Monday, March 16.
Events: Effective March 15, the CDC, in accordance with its , recommends that for the next 8 weeks, organizers (whether groups or individuals) cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 10 people or more throughout the United States. University-sponsored events (i.e. outside of academic instruction) with more than 10 attendees need to be postponed, cancelled or reconfigured as to minimize large gatherings.
Graduation: This cancellation period covers the University of Memphis graduation, originally
scheduled for May 9. Although we will not be able to celebrate our seniors and others
scheduled to graduate in May in the traditional manner because of the significant
risk to the public health, we will celebrate and honor spring graduates with a virtual
ceremony. We are actively monitoring COVID-19, and if circumstances change for the
better, we are planning for a traditional commencement ceremony in late summer or
early fall. We will invite our spring graduates to participate in a traditional ceremony
as soon as we are able to safely schedule one.
Although it is not the traditional ceremony, Online Commencement is a way to remember you on the original graduation date and share that moment with family and friends. The online ceremony will include your picture if you choose to send one in, the pronouncement of your name and messages from administrators and alumni. Your mortar board (graduation cap) and 乐乐棋牌 tassel will be mailed to your 乐乐棋牌 the week of May 9. Graduates will receive additional information via email.
Please note, students who successfully complete ALL of their degree requirements for the spring 乐乐棋牌 semester will receive their diploma in the mail, two-three months after May 9. Diplomas will be mailed to the address the student provided to the commencement office on the graduation application. To update your address, please contact the commencement office directly at commencement@. This process remains the same, only the ceremony would be postponed.
Athletics: Effective March 12, the American Athletic Conference announced both the cancellation of the men’s basketball tournament and the suspension of all spring competitions until further notice.
The UofM campus has at least one hand sanitizer station in each hallway in every building,
in addition to the bathroom soap dispensers. To report empty dispensers, contact Work
Control at 901.678.2699 or 901.678.2075.