The University of New England is committed to the health and safety of all faculty, professional staff, students, and community members. our leadership continues to monitor developments regarding the coronavirus, known as COVID-19, and are constantly reflecting on ways to address any challenges as they come up. We understand and appreciate that there will be a number of questions as this rapidly changing situation continues to develop. Please continue to monitor this page as we will post and update important information and resources as they are developed. For any health and safety questions that may not be addressed on this page, please reach out to

Faculty and Professional Staff Resources

Best practices for remote work

Technology resources

Covid-19 related accommodations

Requesting a workplace accommodation for employees with disabilities

UNE utilizes an interactive process to explore possible workplace reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities who request them under the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (or other applicable disability law).

A reasonable accommodation is any change or adjustment to a job or work environment that permits a person with a disability to participate in the job application process, to perform the essential functions of a job, or to enjoy benefits and privileges of employment equal to those enjoyed by staff without disabilities. For example, a reasonable accommodation may include, but is not limited to:

  • A or modifying equipment or devices
  • Job restructuring
  • Modified work schedules

This process is a collaborative process involving the employee, Human Resources, the manager, and other subject matter experts as needed. To learn more about the reasonable accommodation process, or to request a reasonable accommodation, please email Cat Martins at

Health and Wellness Resources

Your UNE benefits

Mind and body

Mental health and crisis support

Food assistance

Housing assistance

Financial wellness

Additional Resources

Employment and veterans services

Veteran’s services:


Child care

Government agencies

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