Faculty: Instructional Support

Frequently Asked Questions

Will UMB excuse an absence for a student who is sick with COVID-19?

Posted March 18, 2020

Schools will make reasonable efforts to accommodate sick students. In some cases, makeup activity may not meet requirements for the student to continue in their studies as intended. The school and student will need to work together to determine a revised academic plan. Seek guidance from your school’s Academic Affairs office. Read more.

Announcements and Letters

Letter: Commencement 2022

Posted February 08, 2022

It is also with great pleasure that I announce that our keynote speaker will be Anthony S. Fauci, MD. Dr. Fauci is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and chief medical advisor to the president of the United States. Read more.

Clinical, Field Placement, and Internship Guidelines for Students

Posted March 06, 2020

A list of scenarios that students might find themselves in dealing with COVID-19 related issues in clinical, field placements and internships. These guidelines provide direction regarding continuance or cessation of field placements/internships and quarantine and self-isolation guidelines. Read more.

Policies and Guidance

No information is available.

Additional Resources

COVID-19 Survey Resources

Posted October 20, 2020

Links to UMB surveys created during COVID-19 as well as resources for creating surveys. Read more.

Dental Clinics Experiential Learning Recovery Guidelines

Posted July 22, 2020

Some experiential/clinical programs will begin this summer in an effort to preserve graduation timelines, meet accreditation requirements, and restore services to clients and communities. Those programs approved to resume will be closely screened before starting in order to protect students, staff, faculty, and the greater community with whom they may interact. Read more.

Outpatient Medical Clinics Experiential Learning Recovery Guidelines

Posted July 22, 2020

Some experiential/clinical programs will begin this summer in an effort to preserve graduation timelines, meet accreditation requirements, and restore services to clients and communities. Those programs approved to resume will be closely screened before starting in order to protect students, staff, faculty, and the greater community with whom they may interact. Read more.