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1.3. COVID updates: testing, vaccinations, in-person classes, etc

The university has moved to mostly in-person classes for the 2021-22 academic year. Students who need or prefer to be remote are advised to select online classes, with the understanding that the classes they need might not be available in that modality.

Campus administration review the public health situation continually, and President Robbins holds weekly press briefings to keep everyone informed about which stage we are in, and plans for progressing to the next stage. Briefings and announcements are available on the campus covid19 update page. This page also includes information about virus testing and the Wildcat WellCheck program and other mandatory items for students participating in on-campus activities of any kind. Communications about vaccine distribution will continue to be posted there as well — see the Latest Communications section to view emails you may have missed.

Information about the class formats and measures taken to protect the campus community are available on the campus reentry webpage.

Advising will continue to be offered mostly online, with some in-person options for appointments; the Math Center is assisting students largely via email, Zoom, and phone. Access the drop-in advising calendar and the Trellis appointment scheduler through the links at the top left of this page: https://mathcenter.math.arizona.edu/  

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