COVID-19 Information

Information about the University of Connecticut's policies concerning and response to the COVID-19 pandemic is available from the University's COVID-19 Information Center and the Reopening UConn site also provides information about health and safety protocols. Operating within University guidelines, the School of Law offers the following additional information specific to the operation of our campus and programs:

ACADEMICS

Information for currently enrolled law students about COVID-19 is compiled and updated in the student portal.

> Fall 2020 Semester

The School of Law is conducting Fall 2020 classes entirely online. Only very limited clinical work has been conducted on campus. Read the website notice and announcement to the law school community.

> Spring 2021 Semester

The School of Law plans to offer a very limited number of small upper-level courses in person during a phased reopening in the Spring 2021 semester. All first-year courses and the vast majority of upper-level courses will be offered online only. Clinics will continue to have the option of meeting on campus as needed.

ADMISSIONS

While in-person campus tours have been suspended, the Office of JD Admissions offers online events and services for prospective students. Prospective LLM students may visit the LLM section of the website for more program details and contact information.

LIBRARY

The Thomas J. Meskill Law Library building reopened on Nov. 30, 2020 to provide individual study space for currently enrolled law students, faculty and staff. It remains closed to the general public. Details are available on the Library Reopening web page and additional FAQs on the law library blog. Students, faculty and staff may also request books and scans from the library's physical collection and pick them up at the library during limited hours. More information on this process is available on the Library2Go web page and from the library blog. The library continues to offer students, faculty and staff an array of online services, which are also described in the remote research guide.

PARKING

Parking is available on campus for a fee and parking regulations are being enforced. Students and occasional visitors to campus may use the PaybyPhone parking system. Parking on the side streets around campus is free. Employees who wish to buy a parking permit for regular use will find an application form here.

EVENTS

On-campus events have been canceled until further notice. Students and faculty members who need help planning virtual events may contact Deborah King, events and programs manager, at deborah.king@uconn.edu.