Carolina Together

August 3, 2021 Updates

Chancellor Guskiewicz urges every member of the Carolina Community to get a vaccine and register their status.

Effective August 1, 2021, student participation in the Carolina Together Testing Program is linked to a student’s vaccination status. All students should update their vaccination status in ConnectCarolina. Students who are unvaccinated or do not provide their vaccination status will be required to participate in re-entry testing and regular asymptomatic evaluation testing. Please note that all Carolina Together Testing Program locations will be closed on August 7 and 8.

The latest vaccine information and on-campus reservation link may be found on the COVID-19 Vaccination page. All members of the Carolina Community are encouraged to get vaccinated.

Faculty, staff and students – let Carolina know you have received one or both doses using the COVID-19 Vaccine Certification.

Students –  You will see a COVID-19 Vaccination Certification tile on your Student Requirements Dashboard. You will be asked to acknowledge that you have either received the COVID-19 vaccine, that you have not received the vaccine or you indicate that you choose not to answer.

Updated COVID-19 Community Standards

Updated Community Standards are now in effect.

 

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Fall 2021 Carolina Testing Program Updates

Today we are sharing information on the fall semester Carolina Together Testing Program, including the requirements, HallPass and vaccination status.

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Get Vaccinated: A message from the Chancellor and Student Body President

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    Dear Carolina Community, As we approach the fall semester, Student Body President Lamar Richards and I wanted to encourage all of you to get a COVID-19 vaccine if you have not done so already. Please watch our video message.

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Latest Updates

  •  COVID-19 Update: Revised Community Standards Effective July 12

    The University is committed to making our campus as safe and welcoming as possible in every academic, research and work setting. Because of the hard work of our local community – Orange County has one of the highest vaccination rates in North Carolina – we are able to return to work with greater confidence in our mutual safety. We look forward to a more usual, in-person experience when we welcome over 30,000 students to campus for the fall 2021 term.

  • Returning to Work on Campus Resources

    As the full-campus return date of July 19 approaches, we know there are many questions about what to expect and how to plan. 

  • UNC-Chapel Hill CV-19 Dashboard

    The UNC-Chapel Hill COVID-19 Dashboard is a source of information for us to remain updated on COVID-19 data related to our campus, local and state communities.