CMU-Q is continuously monitoring the changing COVID-19 situation and we are working hard to plan for different contingencies ensuring the health and safety of our community.
Please bookmark this page for updates on health and safety, academic and business operations.
March 29, 2020
Qatar’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak has been accelerating over the past few days in order to effectively prevent the spread of the infection. In light of this:
- We will continue remote teaching through the rest of the semester. This will include final examinations.
- The building is closed to students, as well as faculty and staff.
- For any further questions regarding building access, please reach out to Facilities.
- A reminder that if you are planning to travel, please contact Human Resources. For staff, please also contact your supervisor. Faculty members should notify both Dean Selma and your program director or area head.
Until further notice, Education City has closed facilities, including the Student Center and the Qatar National Library. At this time, there have also been some gate closures to Education City. Qatar Foundation is providing regular updates.
The Qatar Ministry of Public Health is updating the public regularly on COVID-19, as well as the measures Qatar is taking to protect the community.
Please consult reliable sources to learn more about COVID-19:
- World Health Organization (WHO)
- Qatar Ministry of Public Health (MOPH)
- U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Qatar Travel advisory
- Government Communications Office
- Education City Information
- CMU Coronavirus Information and FAQ
- CMU Travel Risk Information
For additional COVID-19 related questions please contact Stephen McCarty.