Information for the Ragin' Cajun community related to the Coronavirus outbreak.
This past spring semester, the faculty, staff and students of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette met the challenges of COVID-19 with resilience and determination.
In the face of the greatest global health crisis in more than a century, the University never ceased to function. Through remote course delivery and telework, its academic mission was uninterrupted, and business services continued.
Now, it’s time to return to campus.
This website presents the University’s plans to resume on-campus classes and business operations in a way that prioritizes the wellbeing of every member of the campus community. All planning is aligned with local orders and ordinances of the City of Lafayette, the State of Louisiana’s Phased Reopening Model, and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Louisiana Department of Public Health.
Here, you’ll find guidance about safety, cleaning and sanitation, protective equipment and other measures to ensure employee and student health. The website also has information about changes to campus services.
Planning continues, and the site will be updated frequently as new information becomes available.