Florida A&M University (FAMU) announced this week it will extend rules to allow most personnel to continue to work remotely through at least May 15, as the university continues social distancing guidelines during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
During this period, essential personnel are expected to continue to report to campus, unless otherwise authorized by their supervisor and vice president. Employees who are unsure about their status as essential personnel must seek guidance from their supervisor.
Nonessential personnel are expected to work remotely during this period. Instruction for Summer School sessions A, B and C will all be conducted remotely.
“We encourage staff, where possible, to continue working remotely to maintain the central operations of the University. We appreciate their efforts,” said FAMU President Larry Robinson on Wednesday. “The safety of our students, faculty and staff remains our highest priority.”
FAMU remains open. The latest changes do not disrupt the university’s core business operations.