Remote Work Will Continue For Purdue Employees After Stay-At-Home Order Is Lifted

Apr 27, 2020

 

"When allowed by our public health experts, Purdue will slowly begin to provide more campus access for approved research activity with continued strict adherence to public health protocols," said Vice President for Human Resources Bill Bell.
Credit Purdue University

Purdue University announced Monday employees who are able to work remotely should continue to do so even if Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home order is lifted

Vice President for Human Resources Bill Bell said in a letter that more on-campus research activity could start being permitted; after July 1, campus access could be increased for residential coursework, additional research activities, and employees who work in student support -- but other staff should plan to continue working from home even after July 1.

Purdue President Mitch Daniels announced last week the university intends to re-open in the fall, outlining a series of possible policies to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. 

Purdue previously canceled campus events through June, and in-person classes with start dates in May and June are now being conducted remotely. The school will make a decision about July courses and events by May 15.