Coronavirus Resources for Employees

Princeton is engaged in efforts to respond to the impacts of coronavirus. Our top priority is to support the health and well-being of our community as we continue to advance our teaching and research mission.

Operational Plans & Guidance

For the most up-to-date information, refer to the University's Fall 2020 website and HR's Fall 2020 Campus & Workplace Operations webpage.

The University urges faculty and staff who are tested for COVID-19 by any health care provider in any jurisdiction to notify University Health Services immediately at


This is an exceptionally stressful time, so do not hesitate to make use of the resources below. For additional information related to benefits, learning opportunities, and time off during the pandemic, refer to:

Frequently Asked Questions

For questions about staff workplace policies, refer to the HR policy manual or contact your senior HR manager. Unionized employees should refer to their collective bargaining agreements. Faculty and academic professionals should refer to the dean of the faculty website.

For additional questions, contact the response team by email at


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