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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Dining Operation Status

Thursday, March 19, 2020

See this page for university-wide announcements regarding coronavirus. The information below is for dining-specific updates.

Updated Thursday, March 19, 2020

9:25a.m., March 19 - 

Dining operational hours have been updated to reflect the most recent changes. All locations have transitioned to carry-out options only. Thank you for your patience and understanding. 

March 23rd - May 15th Operational Hours

March 16th- March 22nd Operational Hours

Updated Monday, March 17, 2020

1:10p.m., March 17 - 

KU announcement: Due to COVID-19 concerns, classes to be online for the spring semester, campus presence to be reduced. 

10:11a.m., March 17 - 

Starting Wednesday, March 18th, the following dining facilities will be open and operating: Mrs. E's, Studio, Bus Stop, Southside, The Market, Chick-fil-A, and Courtside Cafe. We will also transition to to-go services only starting March 18th in all locations. We will update this page with operational hours as changes are made. 

Updated Monday, March 16, 2020

1:09p.m., March 16 - 
 
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is recommending a 14-day home quarantine for certain Kansas travelers. KU's new traveler health guidelines incorporate this new information. Please refer to coronavirus.ku.edu for the most up to date communication from the University. 

Updated Thursday, March 12, 2020

10:24a.m., March 13 -

Dining operational hours have been updated to reflect the most recent changes. 

1:10p.m., March 12 - 

All KU Dining Residential Halls (Mrs. E's, South Dining Commons, Studio, North College Cafe) and KU Dining retail operations will remain open with the exception of satellite operations. See this page for anticipated dining operational hours. We will keep this page and operational hour changes updated as the situation evolves. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please email union@ku.edu

If you are currently not on campus and can stay where you are, please consider delaying your return to Lawrence. While facilities will be open, students who are here will be asked to observe social distancing and practice preventive health measures to help reduce risk. 

8:55 p.m., March 11 -

KU announcement to students regarding extended spring break.
 

Help contribute to our supportive, inclusive Jayhawk community

As we respond to this situation, it is important to reaffirm our commitment to a safe, supportive and inclusive educational environment. Our international community is an essential part of KU, and we have a responsibility to ensure our university is free of discrimination and harassment. Relatedly, we should seek opportunities to offer care and support to those who have family and friends affected by COVID-19.



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