IHGG COVID-19 Policies
The Interdisciplinary Humanities Graduate Group’s COVID-19 Policy for Students is designed to address and mitigate the impacts that the current circumstances are imposing on IH students’ intersecting roles—as students, teachers, researchers, and employees. Click the PDF link above to read the full document.
The Interdisciplinary Humanities Graduate Group’s COVID-19 Course Policy was made public on May 22, 2020. Click the PDF link above to read the statement.
This link provides the latest information from the University of California, public health officials, governmental entities, and others. Visit UC Merced Emergency Preparedness for campus communications and resources for students, faculty, and staff.
UC Merced’s Graduate Division compiled a list of resources for graduate students. Their list includes information and links to health services, counseling and psychological services, research, funding, childcare reimbursements, parking, and more.
This link provides quick answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the UC Merced Library’s response to COVID-19.
As part of the CARES Act, UC Merced has applied for and been awarded $13,000,000. Half of that money is designated for direct support for students, the other half to assist the university with financial loss and additional expense incurred as a result the COVID-19 pandemic.
State of California Resources
This link provides alerts and statistical information from California’s Department of Public Health. On this site you will find guidance and information surrounding COVID-19.
This link provides the latest data on COVID-19 from the Official California State Government Website.
Local Merced County Resources
Visit this site to sign up for COVID-19 email updates from the Merced County Department of Public Health. This website also includes information on COVID-19 testing available in Merced County and general information to learn more about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
This link provides the most recent press releases on COVID-19 from the Merced County Department of Public Health.
This link directs you to the City of Merced’s COVID-19 resource page. The City’s page includes resourceful websites, informational documents, and links to provide or receive donations.
Visit this link for COVID-19 information from the Department of Health and Human Services’ Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).