Coronavirus on Campus: Legal and Operational Considerations

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a NACUA Briefing?

A NACUA Briefing is a service offering timely education on breaking legal developments. Briefings are short, audio-only presentations that are free-of-charge for NACUA members. NACUA Briefings are intended for NACUA members only and for their colleagues at member institutions. Members may freely share information included as part of a Briefing with their colleagues at member institutions but should not share the information in a manner that could result in broader public distribution. Briefings should not be considered to be or used as legal advice. Legal questions should be directed to institutional legal counsel. 

Will I be able to ask questions during the briefing?

No, there will not be an opportunity to ask questions of the speakers. 

What equipment do I need in order to participate?

The only equipment you'll need is a phone. The dial-in information will be provided via email after you reserve your spot. 

Will the Briefing be recorded?

Yes, after the conclusion of the Briefing, a link to the recording will be located here. The recording is free to all members. The recording may be available only for a limited time after it is posted. 

Can NACUA accommodate participants with special needs or accessibility requests?

NACUA strives to accommodate all Briefing participants. If you have a special need or accessibility request, please contact NACUA staff at

What should I expect after I register for a Briefing?

After you register, you will receive a confirmation email from our provider with information regarding event details and access information.