Tag: COVID-19

Spring semester changes

VCU

Dear VCU students, faculty and staff, We are looking forward to welcoming you back for spring semester 2021.  At the same time, our nation and region continue to face the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are in the third and most virulent surge of the COVID-19 virus. The COVID-19 infection rate is […]

Fiscal update

Dear VCU and VCU Health Community, We’d like to update you on the fiscal status of the VCU enterprise, particularly related to our recent reports to the VCU and VCU Health system boards last week and resulting media coverage. Clearly, COVID-19 has had a profound impact on VCU, as it has with other universities, health […]

Stay strong together

Dear VCU and VCU Health community, As we near the end of the semester and approach Thanksgiving, I want to pause briefly and say thank you again. This summer and fall have been extraordinary, bringing together the best in all of us. We found new ways of teaching, healing, research and creativity. We found new […]

Spring semester update

Dear Students, You have demonstrated that we can learn, work and live together when we come together as a community that cares for each of its members. Thank you for your good efforts to follow our safety protocols, such as wearing face coverings and physical distancing. Based on your responsible behavior, ongoing assessment by VCU’s […]

Fall 2020 Commencement Update

VCU

Dear VCU Class of 2020, At the close of every semester at VCU, we highlight, celebrate, and honor our newest graduates. This year is no exception. Commencement is a time that we all truly love. We are proud of all of you and look forward to what’s to come for you.  As we continue to face […]

Return to Campus and COVID Testing

VCU

To the University and VCU Health System Community, Last spring it was immediately apparent that many students, particularly freshmen and first-generation students, faced significant challenges with remote learning. We knew it was important in the fall to offer a range of choices to students for remote and on-campus learning. The administration, particularly the Provost’s Office, […]