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Make sure you are ‘Campus Ready’

By News@TheU

Make sure you are ‘Campus Ready’

By News@TheU
In case you missed it, the “Campus Ready” series provided updates on what you need to know in order to eat, shop, study, stay fit, and more, now that the Fall 2020 semester is underway.

Editor’s Note: As the University of Miami reopens and welcomes students, faculty, and staff back to campus for the Fall 2020 semester, our “Campus Ready” updates will help the University community navigate how to eat, shop, stay fit, and more, while putting our health and well-being first. Explore the full series here.


What you need to know about accessing student services

Student ServicesVarious student-focused offices—including the Student Health Service, Counseling Center, and Camner Center for Academic Resources—are ready and able to assist via virtual visits.


What you need to know before visiting the University libraries

University LibrariesWith a team of experts ready to support students, faculty, and staff, new guidelines implemented by the University of Miami Libraries feature scheduling in-person visits and remote access to resources—including tutoring, workshops, and materials.


A guide to help faculty navigate the semester

Heilman in classroomA back-to-campus primer ensures that instructors are ready to make the most of this semester.


What you need to know about parking and getting around campus

Hurry Cane ShuttleParking enforcement on the Coral Gables Campus (including the Gables One Tower) began Monday, Aug. 17, and a valid University permit is required. Learn more about changes to the Hurry ’Canes Shuttle service and ways to save while traveling to and from campus.


Navigating the Student Center Complex

The Student Center Complex—which includes the Donna E. Shalala Student Center, Whitten University Center, University Center Pool, and the Rathskeller—is open, but students and others will need to follow some new guidelines.


What to know before your workout at the Herbert Wellness Center

The Patti and Allan Herbert Wellness Center on the Coral Gables campus reopened its doors to students only on Monday, Aug. 3, and it plans to reopen to non-student members on Nov. 1. Learn more about what to expect before your next visit.


What you need to know to purchase course materials and supplies

The new Campus Store retail experience focuses on online ordering, priority entry during store hours, and after-hours appointments for in-store shopping and consultations.


What you need to know about dining on campus

From a new reservations system to expanded retail grab-and-go dining options, here’s what the University of Miami Dining Services is offering this fall to students, faculty, and staff on the Coral Gables Campus.


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