KU Law Updates & Resources
Updated on January 18 at 9:00 a.m.
Visit Protect KU for the latest news on KU’s response to COVID-19.
Green Hall is open in accordance with Wheat Law Library hours. Check the library schedule for current building and law library hours.
- All Spring 2022 classes will be offered in person, consistent with the university’s Protect KU plan, requiring masking and other safety protocols. In the event of disruption to in-person classes due to instructor COVID-19 quarantine or illness (or student medical absences in a course that exceed university thresholds), the School of Law may approve a course to shift online temporarily for synchronous, asynchronous, or blended formats as determined by the instructor.
- It is important that students remain in contact with their professors and keep them informed should they need to miss class for any short-term health-related reasons. Instructors will determine how best to support students who must temporarily miss classes due to COVID-19 quarantine or illness, including the possibility of remote attendance. Keep a close eye out for communications from your professors as they may notify you of changes shortly before class.
- Masking is still required in campus buildings. Read the most updated mask policy.
- Visit Protect KU for information about safe, easy and secure ways to get vaccinated through Watkins Health Services.