All information is current at time of publication. This fact sheet was published at 5:26 p.m. on Wednesday, March 11.
No known cases of COVID-19 on the UCLA campus at this time.
- Chancellor Gene D. Block announced that effective Wednesday, March 11, in-person classes are being suspended, wherever possible, with a transition to remote learning platforms through April 10, which is the end of the second week of Spring Quarter.
- Winter Quarter final exams will be offered remotely.
- Students are encouraged to start the Spring Quarter remotely from home, though university housing will remain open for those who need it.
- Nonessential gatherings of more than 100 people will be phased out over the next few days and attendance at all UCLA Athletics home events will be spectator-free through April 10.
- Campus will remain open, including student housing, medical facilities, clinics and research laboratories.
- UCLA has kept its entire campus informed of new developments since the coronavirus first made itself known on the world stage in January.
- UCLA has remote teaching and learning tools in place for its students.
- UCLA is hosting a series of information sessions across campus including at their dorms, which are livestreamed.
- For the past several weeks, UCLA has also increased its preventive measures:
- More hand sanitizer stations, more cleanings of facilities, and use of electrostatic sprayer systems in high-use areas.
- UCLA has also created a COVID-19 website to serve as a source of knowledge for the general public. It is at www.ucla.in/coronavirus.
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