Stay-at-home orders in effect for Boulder, Denver, Aurora areas

Remote work, teaching and learning expected to continue
By Staff

UPDATE: Gov. Jared Polis late Wednesday issued a stay-at-home order for the state through April 11.

Members of the CU community continue to respond to and manage impacts of COVID-19, or coronavirus, on the university’s mission.

Stay-at-home orders took effect earlier this week in Denver and Boulder, with Adams County, where the CU Anschutz Medical Campus is located, expected to join today. As of Wednesday, the Colorado Springs area had not issued similar measures.

As of Monday, CU Boulder reported a student residency capacity of 37 percent. Examples of reasons students need to stay include financial hardship, medical concerns, international travel restrictions. In total the campus expect 2,062 students and residents who will continue to need support from the campus though the end of the semester. As of Sunday evening, UCCS had 1,093 of the 1,384 students checked out of housing. 

Mental health and medical resources remain available for students, faculty and staff across the system. Details on access to these resources and other updated information may be found at these campus-specific websites:

For the most up-to-date, campus-specific information, please refer to these resources:

The state of Colorado maintains its COVID-19 information hub here:

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