|Alumni, donors respond to student needs during COVID-19 crisis|
March 27, 2020 – Responding to student financial challenges prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic, University of Wisconsin-River Falls alumni and donors have contributed nearly $13,000 to a Student Emergency Fund – halfway to the goal of raising $25,000 for students facing critical needs.
|COVID-19 Update: 'Safer at Home' Emergency Order|
Today, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers issued a "Safer at Home" Emergency Order to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
|COVID-19 crisis renews call for support of student emergency fund|
March 23, 2020 –The COVID-19 crisis and its many disruptions has prompted the University of Wisconsin-River Falls to renew its call for support of the UWRF Student Emergency Grant/Loan Program.
|Colts in Training Sale transitioned online amid COVID-19 concerns|
March 23, 2020 – On March 16, due to the COVID-19 situation classes at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls were suspended and moved to an online delivery method through the end of spring semester. As a result, the 2020 Colts in Training Program was suspended and the sale on May 2 was cancelled. Twenty-three horses enrolled in the program that did not return to their owners as well as two UWRF aged lesson horses will be offered on an online auction April 2-4 at www.dvauction.com.
|COVID-19 updates for building access, commencement and housing/dining refunds|
On behalf of the university, I am writing again with a few more important campus updates.
|Alternative instruction extended to end of semester|
I am writing to inform you that, given the latest information we have received about the evolution of COVID-19, UW-River Falls has decided to continue with alternative modes of delivery of instruction and services through the end of spring semester.
|Chancellors Blog: A Message About Our COVID-19 Response|
Chancellors Blog: A Message About Our COVID-19 Response
|Important campus decisions made regarding COVID-19|
March 11, 2020 - With the best interest of our students, employees and community at heart, UW-River Falls has made several important decisions to mitigate risks associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19).