Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates
The health and safety of our campus community is a top priority at University of Houston-Clear Lake. Our goal is to remain flexible to the unique needs of our students and employees. The university is continually reviewing our modes of instruction and may change them due to the course of the pandemic.
Current UHCL Monitoring Level:
What You Need To Know
- S/U Grading Policy Reinstated for Spring 2021
- Safety Protocols Remain in Effect
- Face coverings are required on campus
- Emergency Funds for students
If you are sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, stay home.
As the situation evolves, we will continue to keep the UHCL community informed.
We strongly encourage you to monitor the following channels as well as on-campus signage.
Flexible Learning Options
Spring 2021 classes will be offered in four modes, with a mix of online and socially
distant face-to-face options. For the latest dates and deadlines, please check out
the Academic Calendar.
Instruction Modes for Spring 2021
Help protect your fellow Hawks by wearing face coverings at all campus locations.
Learn more about face covering practices and protocols.
COVID-19 Emergency Fund
Emergency financial support is available for UHCL students. Apply for funds to help with internet and technology access, school-related costs, living expenses, and other financial needs.
Supporting Our Hawks
Whether you need extra help with class assignments or mental health resources, UHCL is here for you. Support services like Health Services, Counseling Services and Veteran Services are ready to assist you online; visit the Student Assistance Center and the Dean of Students Office for additional resources.
More UH-Clear Lake COVID-19 Information
- Support Services
- Employee Info
- Health and Safety
- Face Coverings
- Vaccination Information
- COVID-19 Cases