In an Aug. 7 message to the University community, President Eisgruber announced that the undergraduate program will be fully remote in the fall 2020 semester. Read the President's message for information about Princeton's updated plans for fall 2020.

On Aug. 7, Sanjeev Kulkarni, dean of the faculty, sent the following email message to faculty regarding President Eisgruber's announcement that all undergraduate teaching will be remote in Fall 2020:

Dear Colleagues,

On August 6, Aly Kassam-Remtulla, associate provost for international affairs and operations, issued an email message to the University community regarding guidelines for University-sponsored and personal travel, ongoing support for Princeton’s international students and scholars, and Princeton’s broader international operations

Princeton University Library (PUL) will launch a new service, the PUL Study-Browse Service, beginning Aug. 10 with a pilot at Firestone Library.

New Jersey currently advises anyone arriving from a state deemed “high risk” to quarantine for 14 days once they reach New Jersey. Please read this announcement for important details about what undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, staff, postdocs and researchers should do if planning to return to campus this summer or fall.

To clarify the contact tracing process for the University community, University Health Services (UHS) has updated its contact tracing webpage. This page includes information for students and employees who have been tested for COVID-19.

On July 19, Princeton's Office of Environmental Health and Safety updated its Covid-19 FAQs, with sections on cleaning and disinfection, face coverings, hand washing and hand sanitizers, resumption of operations processes, training and vehicle use.

On July 8 the University updated its communicable disease policy relevant to all communicable diseases including COVID-19. Read the full policy on the Environmental Health & Safety website.

In a July 6 email to Princeton faculty, Sanjeev Kulkarni, dean of the faculty, outlined how the Fall 2020 plan will impact faculty, including details related to classroom and remote instructions, and public health guidance and policies. Following is the text of the message.

In a July 8 letter to the University community, President Eisgruber addresses how Princeton is exploring legal and policy options that might solve the problems created by the United States Immigration and Customs...


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Academic Instruction

Online teaching resources for faculty are available from the McGraw Center.
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Employee Resources

The HR website has benefits information and COVID-19 resources for all employees, as well as guidance and FAQs for staff on workplace operations for fall 2020.
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