- For information on all KU policies regarding COVID-19 including:
- Provost's full statement on Grading will have changes to the Provost's grading policies for Spring 2020
- Update on Commencement
- Announcement on refunds and other Parking information
- Changes to academic policies and procedures
- Student Resources on campus and throughout the community including:
KU Film & Media Studies Resources
- FMS Production Policy on COVID-19 - FMS has made changes to its policy on production-related equipment and space usage to protect the health and welfare of all students, staff, and faculty due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- The Sunrise Project hosts “Community Shelves” which is based on community donations and located at 1501 Learnard. Community members may leave and take supplies (food, diapers, menstrual products, toilet paper, etc.) as we collectively experience life under COVID-19.
- Ladybird Diner (721 Massachusetts St. (785) 856-5239) is preparing free lunches daily for children, families, and individuals in need. 11am to noon, Mon-Fri.
- Just Food - Local Food Bank
- Wind Shift Brewing (3421B NW Jefferson St., Blue Springs, MO, (816) 786-2699) is providing lunches (peanut butter and jelly or ham and cheese sandwiches, chips, fruit, nutrition bars, pudding cup and a treat) from 11am to 1pm all week, “until no longer needed or we run out of funds.”
- Soirée Steak & Oyster House (1512 E. 18th St., Kansas City, MO, (816) 214-5706) is offering free sack lunches to the community while supplies last. They post on Facebook how many are available weekdays.
- The Douglas County Senior Resource Center (785) 842-0543 together with Just Food and Lawrence Meals on Wheels are assisting seniors in need. Click here to see Downtown Lawrence Inc’s list of business changes for their members.
- Several Kansas City and Lawrence Restaurants Are Offering Free Sack Lunches to Support Community. See https://www.feastmagazine.com/kansas-city/article_3f8344ce-6d1c-11ea-a33f-27773b0d6a21.html
State of Kansas Information
- Get general information on Kansas policies for individuals/families, child care/foster care, cleaning, education,public events/mass gatherings, public utilities and more.
- Read about Gov. Kelly's executive order banning evictions until 5/1.