Spring 2021 at GUMC
From the Office of the President
From the Office of the Executive Vice President of Health Sciences
- Call the university’s COVID-19 Helpline at 202-784-3510 (available 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday to Friday)
- Email email@example.com
Reporting Health and Safety Protocol Violations
If a student or faculty or staff member observes an individual or group whom they suspect is not acting in accordance with established health and safety protocols, they can report these incidents through the COVID-19 Incident Report Form. Reports will be referred to the relevant campus official for follow up.
Virtual Mental Health Support
Georgetown University is committed to supporting faculty and staff during this unsettling time. Virtual therapy and coaching from One Medical are available at no cost to eligible U.S.-based faculty and staff. The program gives employees fast, convenient, and free access to one-on-one mental health help through video appointments. The addition of One Medical is a complement during this challenging time to the mental health resources provided through University-sponsored health plans and the services offered through the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP).
District of Columbia Travel Guidance
Please consult the District’s Phase Two Guidance for Travel. During Phase Two, non-essential travel outside of the National Capital Region (defined as DC, MD, and VA) remains discouraged.
Due to the significant continued public health risk posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the University’s moratorium on all domestic and international university-related travel by students, faculty, and staff, remains in place until further notice. Limited exceptions may be granted for travel that is deemed “essential,” or travel to low-risk destinations as defined in the University’s COVID-19 Spring and Summer Travel Policy. Georgetown study abroad programs offered by the Office of Global Education during the Summer 2021 term (May-August 2021) and all other university-sponsored undergraduate, non-credit international travel are suspended through August 15, 2021.
Research Related Guidance
As of March 12, 2021: The GMS portal for submitting Research Resumption Plans will be retired on Wednesday, March 17, after which researchers will need to use a new electronic form to make requests on behalf of new team members needing access to campus. When making any changes in personnel, please ensure that operations remain within the 25% capacity limit. Requests may be submitted singly or as a file with multiple requests.