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In line with Massachusetts phased reopening plans, the university has developed a phased approach to resuming all campus operations. Return to work dates will vary depending on your school, unit, work location, and job function. Please make sure to familiarize yourself with our resource that includes the details of the university’s comprehensive testing process.

Return to Campus Guide

To help you prepare for your eventual return to your workplace on campus, Tufts has created a Return to Campus Guide [PDF] with helpful information about what to expect. This guide will change as new directives and information become available. Check the date on your guide to ensure you have the most recent edition.

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Training Module

When you are asked to return to campus, you must complete a training module to prepare for the new safety protocols.  Once you have completed the module, you will need to complete the acknowledgment form. The training course Returning to Tufts Campuses is available for completion on the Tufts Learning Center. 

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Daily Health Survey

To promote the safety of the community and reduce the impact of COVID-19, anyone visiting or returning to a Tufts facility is required to complete a Daily Health Status Survey before coming to campus.

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Teaching During the COVID-19 Crisis

Colleagues from across the university, including Tufts Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT), Tufts Technology Services (TTS), Academic Advising, the StAAR Center, the Academic Continuity Committee, and the Deans' Offices have collected resources to assist AS&E faculty and instructors to prepare for the fall semester.

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Human Resources

HR is offering many programs and services to help Tufts employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Return to Campus: A Manager’s Guide

This guide is designed to help managers as they prepare to return to the workplace and includes a manager’s checklist for one-on-one conversations with staff members. This guide will change as new directives and information become available. Check the date on your guide to ensure you have the most recent edition. 

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For Researchers

The Office of the Vice Provost for Research (OVPR) has addressed potential research issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. For information and guidelines on research, visit the OVPR website.

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