Keep on Teaching
We know you may have a lot of questions about your classes due to the current status of COVID-19 around the country. UM has a great resource for you to stay informed of this situation, please visit the UM Coronavirus Information website. We recommend both Faculty and Staff review Keep on Working for remote work and teaching guidelines.
April 23 - As the situation evolves, and conditions improve, we hope to offer excellent on-campus experiential courses later in the summer. UM is planning to ensure a warm welcome back to campus, as soon as conditions are safe. Until we can return to face-to-face learning, we want you to continue making progress through remote and online delivery options. MUS campuses will remain open and operational for students. Employees will continue to report to work unless instructed otherwise or work-from-home accommodations are developed in individual cases.
The following resources assist faculty in continuing instruction in the event of an extended disruption due to pandemic illness, natural disaster, or unsafe conditions on the University of Montana campus.
NOTE: Keep in mind that this may impact students with health impairments, non-traditional students, students with disabilities, and others differently. We encourage you to use campus resources and accommodate requests so students can successfully continue their education.