Vaccination Policy. UMass Boston is suspending its vaccine requirement for students, staff, faculty, and visitors. As of July 1, 2023, UMass Boston is transitioning to strongly recommending COVID vaccination and boosters (when eligible).
Mask PolicyDaily Health Monitoring. All faculty, staff, and students are strongly encouraged to monitor their own health before coming to campus each day. If you are experiencing possible COVID symptoms, please stay home.
Daily Health Monitoring. All faculty, staff, and students are strongly encouraged to monitor their own health before coming to campus each day. If you are experiencing possible COVID symptoms, please stay home.
Previous versions of this website included these links and content. We provide them for reference but cannot guarantee accuracy or currentness.
- Health Resources
- Self Checklist
- Workplace Signage
- Counseling and Support Services for Students
- FAQ Archive:
- Fall 2020/Spring 2021
- Spring 2020
Outside Health Resources
- World Health Organization
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Guidance from the Massachusetts Department of Health
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Members of the Return to Campus Committee include John Drew, Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management; Garrett Smith, Deputy Chancellor; Mya Mangawang, Associate Vice Provost and Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives and Digital Innovation; Andrew Perumal, Associate Professor of Economics; Shawn De Veau, Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; Anne Riley, Chief of Staff; Justin Comeau, Manager of Emergency Management; Kathleen Kirleis, Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance; Provost Joseph Berger; Raymond Lefebvre, Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and CIO; Robert Pomales, Executive Director of University Health Services; Bala Sundaram, Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives and Dean of Graduate Studies; Marie Bowen, Vice Chancellor for Human Resources; Zehra Schneider Graham, Director of the Office of Environmental Health and Safety; Liya Escalera, Vice Provost for Academic Support Services; James Soldner, Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Counseling; and Megan Delage Sullivan, Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Engagement.