Responding to COVID-19 - Divine Mercy University

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DMU Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

The well being of all members of the DMU community are a high priority, and we continue to monitor the risks of the coronavirus to our students, faculty, and staff.  Since the situation is fluid and rapidly evolving, we continue to work diligently to keep the DMU Community informed through emails, this web page, and social media. This page will be updated often to keep you informed of new developments. Please use the links to the left to locate the most recent COVID-19 resources from DMU.

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Students who have been financially affected by the coronavirus may be eligible for financial assistance through the CARES grant. For more information, click here.

Learning Remotely

As many of you are transitioning to an online learning environment, try focusing on three key areas:  Prioritize your health, and care for your physical and mental well-being. Stay engaged with your courses, and communicate with your instructors regularly. Familiarize yourself with key tools such as Canvas and Zoom, and make sure you can access these resources on the devices available to you in your current location. Need help? Reach out to

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Teaching Remotely

Here you will find tips for teaching remotely. If you need any help with Zoom or setting up your Canvas classroom, such as creating announcements, assignments and assessments, please contact

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Working Remotely

To protect the health and safety of the staff,  temporary guidelines for teleworking have been established by the Executive Team.  Questions regarding the policies and procedures for staff to telework should be addressed directly with your supervisor.

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“We must rediscover the concreteness of little things, small gestures of attention we can offer those close to us, our family, our friends. We must understand that in small things lies our treasure.”

~ Pope Francis