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The university is enacting the following measures for the winter term, effective January 3-21, 2022:
As of August 2, 2021, any student not in compliance with the COVID-19 vaccine mandate no longer has access to the online tool Testudo to add or drop courses, check in for waitlisted courses, or view their course schedule.
Students and parents/guardians who need assistance, please submit a COVID-19 Compliance Support Request.
All students living in the university-owned residence halls and fraternity/sorority chapter houses must be fully vaccinated (i.e., a completed vaccine regimen plus 14 days after your final vaccine dose) or have an approved religious or medical exemption before arriving on campus for their move-in appointment.
Residents who are not in full compliance with the vaccination requirements will not be issued keys or allowed to check in.
UMD’s facilities management team provides answers to frequently asked questions, including cleaning measures put in place and who to contact with an issue. UMD Facilities COVID-19 FAQs - Residential Facilities.
Guidelines for student organizations approved to travel using university funds as well as class-sponsored trips and student groups traveling for university-sponsored or university-affiliated events. Student Group Travel Guidance for Academic Year 2021-2022
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