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The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (OSRR)  

Office: Granite Pass 167
Phone: 209-228-0069
Hours:  Monday - Friday 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. and by appointment
Virtual Office Hours will return the week of January 3, 2022: Tuesdays 1:00 - 2:00 P.M. (Faculty) and Thursdays 10:00 - 11:00 A.M. (Students)

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The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (OSRR) staff will be working both in-person and remotely until further notice. The OSRR staff remains available for inquiries & consultation via email ( and will primarily schedule required meetings using teleconferencing tools. If this is an urgent student conduct matter, please contact the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities at Click here to access UC Merced campus updates regarding COVID-19. 

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The Do Your Part site is also updated frequently with guidance for students, faculty and staff. If there are any general questions regarding COVID, start here.

Here are a few reminders of the key resources that exist on the DYP website:

Daily symptom monitoring is required for all, and is our first line of defense in preventing the transmission to others. Either respond to the email notification or download the application for your device.

Anyone exhibiting COVID symptoms is prohibited from participating in campus activities (except students who are coordinating health visits with Student Health or moving to an Isolation room).

Individuals who are not vaccinated are required to comply with the Non-pharmaceutical intervention measures. Please schedule your appointment accordingly.

Vaccinated individuals will be contacted by the COVID Response Center for their randomly selected asymptomatic test.

Remember that we require everyone, vaccinated or not, to wear a face covering inside any UC Merced property.

After Thanksgiving Break and through the month of January the University intends to refrain from social events that can be delayed or postponed, such as holiday parties. We will still have gatherings for university purposes such as fall commencement, speakers series, departmental meetings, etc. 

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Your safety is our priority. Students are encouraged to Do Your Part by wearing face coverings, practice physical distancing, cleaning and additional measures that keep our community safe. We recognize that changes may occur rapidly in the pandemic environment, thus we may adjust our plans, policies, and protocols to meet those needs.

Current Policies, Directives, and Advisories:

Students allegedly violating the policies and/or directives will be adjudicated by hearing officers from the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities(OSRR) and/or Residence Education in accordance with their conduct process. Student conduct that occurs off university property and adversely affects the health, safety, or security of any member of the university community, or the mission of the university is subject to UC Merced Standards of Conduct and will be adjudicated by OSRR.

While individuals who witness violations may make a report, we all play a part in ensuring the health and safety of our community and as such we encourage you to remind members in a respectful and kind manner, to follow our safety practices. If you need additional resources, have questions, or witness a student violation, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities is ready to help!