Covid-19 Updates

The latest from UNC Greensboro

Beginning today, eligible members of the public can make appointments online for a vaccine at the federally supported COVID-19 Community Vaccination Center in Greensboro at Four Seasons Town Centre. Appointments can be made online by visiting Appointments may be scheduled by phone beginning Monday. Additional appointments will become available on Monday through our call center […]

Vaccine Update The NC Department of Health and Human Services has shared new information regarding vaccine distribution. Specifically, they provided new guidelines and timelines regarding access to the vaccine for those who fit within Group 3, Frontline Essential Workers. As a reminder, the priority framework is as follows: Group 1: Health Care Workers and Long-term […]

We are writing to provide an update on the vaccine priority framework in North Carolina. Today, the NC Department of Health and Human Services published a new, simplified set of priority groupings:  Group 1: Health Care Workers and Long-term Care Staff and ResidentsGroup 2: Older Adults (65 and older)Group 3: Frontline Essential WorkersGroup 4: Adults at […]

Though approval and ongoing distribution of multiple COVID-19 vaccines is encouraging, we need to remain vigilant and cautious as we approach the Spring 2021 semester. Our COVID-19 related processes and protocols for spring will remain largely the same as they were this fall. Self-ReportingEmployees and students should use the self-report portal to notify the University that you […]

With thanks to all of our students, their families, our faculty and staff, and our partners and neighbors in the community, the Fall semester at UNCG has concluded as safely and successfully as possible. Our ability at UNCG to maintain our operations and manage through over three months of rigorous, meaningful academic work during this […]

October 23, 2020Dear UNCG Community, As you likely know, trends across North Carolina and nationally are indicating an increase in positive COVID-19 tests and hospitalizations. On Monday, Governor Cooper announced that the state will remain paused in Phase 3 as we continue to work together to slow the spread. On our campus, we must remain vigilant and adhere strictly […]