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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is impacting the globe in ways we haven’t seen in recent memory. The well-being of our students, staff and campus communities is our top priority and we hope the below will help answer many of the questions you have.
Have questions we didn't answer below? Email our Student Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org.We’re constantly monitoring recommendations from the CDC and local governments, so please check back frequently.
We’ve elected to temporarily transition to instructor-led online training instead of postponing classes.
It allows us to honor the many students who have expressed a desire to complete their education as quickly as possible in order to graduate and enter the job market. It also allows us to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
We'll return to the hands-on training portion in our labs as soon as we're able.
Updates are sent via email and text, along with published updates on uti.edu. Urgent updates are broadcast through our emergency response system. We also will publish some updates on our social media channels.
If you are a student, please select your contact preference(s) here: http://notify.uti.edu. Please contact your student services representative if you need help registering.
Your graduation date is connected to the time frame that students are able to return to campus in order to complete the required hands-on training activities and labs.
Yes, our team is still here to help our students navigate through this time and are available to assist any students while we have transitioned from in person classes to online instruction. You can find Student Services contact information here.
The health and well-being of our students and staff is a top priority, so we’ve postponed all future and current student events through the end of April. Please check back for updates.
All campus events have been postponed through the end of April. When it comes to the health and well-being of our students, staff, and our wider communities as a whole, we want to show extreme caution.
Please check back often for updates.
Our Employment Services staff at each campus can assist students who have lost a job and need to look for a new one.
Additionally, our Student Services teams have community resource lists for services that include food banks and shelters. Our campus food pantry is great resource for students in need, and our Student Services team can also help qualified students apply for emergency funds as needed.
For students living in Collegiate Housing Services or Compass Rose Student Housing, please reach out to your housing provider for specific questions regarding leases. While classes will be online for a period of time, you will need to return to campus to complete hands-on lab tasks once it is appropriate to do so.
We've made a temporary transition to instructor-led online training, and we'll return to the hands-on portion of the training in our labs as soon as we’re able.
In addition, we’re actively following guidelines and recommendations from the CDC and local health departments as we continue to monitor any changes to those protocols and adjust as needed.
Each campus is working with their cleaning providers to take enhanced sanitizing measures. Additionally, we’re:
Although we’ve made a temporary move to instructor-led online training, any students or staff who have recently visited impacted areas, have been in close contact with anyone suspected of or with a confirmed case, or who exhibit symptoms are being directed to self-quarantine and seek immediate medical care before they are allowed back on campus.
Those individuals cannot return to any UTI or MMI campus until they have passed the recommended quarantine period per CDC guidelines. If someone tests positive for COVID-19 or is symptomatic, they will be required to provide medical clearance before returning.
We’re adhering to travel guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). To ensure the safety of our students and staff, before anyone is allowed return to any campus after traveling to an area impacted by the coronavirus, that individual will be directed to self-quarantine as recommended by the CDC.
There are many things that we can do as individuals to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus):
For the latest information about the coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the CDC website.
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