Faculty & Staff FAQs
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Please note: In addition to the information below, additional Faculty/Staff FAQs were added 03.10.20 to address further questions about the impact of Coronavirus on the LMU work environment.
I'm feeling sick. What should I do?
Faculty and staff who are experiencing symptoms or have had close contact with an individual recently returned from an affected area, should self-isolate and call their healthcare provider immediately. Call your doctor for further instructions before visiting their office.
I have students or guests visiting from affected areas. What should I do?
All students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors who have returned to the U.S. from countries with a Level 3 Travel Health Notice from the CDC are not permitted to return to campus for 14 days. Also, please inform your speaker and attendees that if they aren't feeling well, they should stay home.
Will I still be able to access library resources for my research?
Many of the William H. Hannon Library’s collections and research support services can be accessed online, including e-books, journals, and databases; online research support through Zoom and virtual chat; reserve materials; and interlibrary loan. More information at Online Support at the William H. Hannon Library.
What resources are available to staff and faculty?
LMU staff and faculty can contact the following resources for questions and support:
- Human Resources: Working Through COVID-19
- Employee Assistance Program
- Human Resources, 310.338.2723
- ITS' Keep Working Website
- ITS' Keep Teaching Website