Working Through COVID-19

Emory University continues to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Our top priority remains the health, safety, and wellbeing of our community. For the latest updates, check the Emory Forward website. 

Fall Semester Information and Resources

Clearance to Work on Campus

Emory University has established a comprehensive clearance process for faculty/staff who plan to be on the Atlanta and Oxford campuses this fall. Before coming to campus, you must first complete a five-step onboarding clearance process.

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Healthy Behavior Guidelines

Emory has a new set of guidelines for how we will conduct ourselves while on campus and maintain a healthy environment for those around us. Our priority is to protect the well-being of all members of our community and campus visitors.

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Face Covering Guidelines

Faculty and staff are now required to wear face coverings while on site on an Emory University or Affiliate property.

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Contact Tracing

To help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Emory has implemented its own case investigation and contact tracing program.

Learn More About Contact Tracing

What to do if you become sick

If you develop symptoms while working on campus, learn what steps you need to take.

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Taking Leave During COVID-19

If you need to take time away during the pandemic whether it is for health, family or other personal reasons, Emory has several options available.

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Campus and Workplace Scenarios

Our campus will look and feel a little different this fall as we return during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how to handle some common workplace scenarios such as working in offices, parking and transportation, using elevators, and more.

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Support Resources

Emotional Support & Mental Health

The Faculty Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) offers free and confidential services which promote emotional, behavioral and organizational health. FSAP now offers tele-mental health services through telephonic and video-conferencing sessions.

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Child Care Resources

These resources can help you with a variety of child care options, from child care centers and summer camps to in-home care or virtual programs.

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Remote Work Resources

Many faculty and staff now find themselves working remotely every day. These resources can help you work successfully from home.

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Financial Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in financial loss, stress and hardship for many. Use these resources for help in getting through these challenging economic times.

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Benefits Resources

With the passing of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, there are some changes to Emory's benefits programs. Learn how your benefits can help you during COVID-19.

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Health and Wellness

These resources can help you stay focused on your own health and well-being during this time.

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Spiritual Support

These online resources from Emory University’s Office of Spiritual and Religious Life can help you continue to worship, meditate, learn, and find support during this difficult time in our community.

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Professional Development

During this period of social distancing and stay at home orders, you can use the time to concentrate on your personal and professional development. Use these resources to acquire new knowledge and skills through virtual learning.

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