We’re excited to see everyone back on campus!
For Fall 2021, the university is planning for a full resumption of in-person classes and a return to pre-COVID-19 campus operations with faculty and staff returning to working on campus by June 7, 2021, if they haven’t done so already. See Chancellor Boyce’s message about Fall 2021 and about returning to work on campus. The University of Mississippi is committed to keeping its faculty and staff updated, informed and healthy. If you have questions that aren’t answered in the resources below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chancellor Boyce shared gratitude for faculty and staff to start the Fall 2021 semester.
Chancellor Boyce shared an update with faculty, staff and students about COVID-19 campus protocols in place until further notice.
On-campus wellness resources
- Return to Campus Video
- Letter to Faculty and Staff from Andrea Jekabsons, Chief Human Resources Officer
- Employee Assistance-Mental Health Program (EAP-MH)
- Burn Along app
- University Counseling Center and TAO Connect
- Vaccination webpage
CDC guidance on how to wear cloth face coverings
Keep Teaching website
Parking permits for faculty/staff returning to campus
Blog with perspective and guidance regarding “reentry” after COVID-19 by Dr. Jean G. Gispen, staff physician with Employee Health
Return-to-work news and tips
- How to set your body clock for abrupt return to in-person work (UMC News)
- Podcast: “Back to Work: Post-Covid Social Anxiety” (Harvard Business Review)
- The time has come to start training the pets for your return to work (CNN)
- Anxious? Here are simple things to do to help ease back into socializing at the office (WAPT)
- How working from home changed wardrobes around the world (NYT)
- Why ‘star walking’ is the outdoor activity we need right now (National Geographic)
- Started A New Job While Remote? Here’s How To Get To Know Your Co-Workers In Person (Forbes)