Message to ASU employees in Washington, D.C.

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Message to ASU employees in Washington, D.C.

April 2, 2020

As part of ASU’s response to the spread of COVID-19 and Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser’s recent executive order directing all city residents to stay at home or their place of residence to prevent the further spread of the virus, all ASU offices in Washington, D.C., have been closed until further notice. 

If employees have essential personal items at an ASU office that they need to collect or if they need any equipment (computer, Wi-Fi access, printer, etc.) in order to continue their duties, please contact Roxanne Ladd at or 202-446-0381. Please note that all employees will remain in pay status and are expected to work remotely.

ASU is deeply connected and committed to Washington, D.C., and its people. We know these are unprecedented times and we appreciate the work you do on behalf of ASU. Please stay safe and continue to check ASU’s COVID-19 website for continuous updates on the university’s operations. 

Following are additional key links for your reference:

Telecommuting guidelines and considerations
Employee Assistance Office


Mark Searle
Executive Vice President and University Provost

Morgan Olsen
​​​​​​Executive Vice President, Treasurer and CFO

Posted: April 2, 2020, at 1:45 p.m.