- Drew University Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) resource site
- Coronavirus Response Resources and Information (from the CLA and Caspersen Dean's Office)
- Connectivity Challenges
- Access to Files and Programs When Not Joined to the Drew Network
- Working Remotely
What do I need to work remotely?
See “Drew Virtual Time Scenario” for steps on setting up your phone while you are away with the University's recommended message
Any voicemails received to your personal extension should also generate an email to your Drew address with a wav file recording of the message
If you have not been receiving these emails, please email email@example.com from your Drew address - identify your extension
To call and check your voicemail, dial 973-408-4933
Calling others from your home or cell phone may result in your number not being recognized and allowed to go to voicemail. Consider using email for most communications, or see below.
If there is concern about protecting your personal phone number when making a business call, consider dialing *67 followed by the number. This will hide caller ID for the phone call (but must be repeated every time you wish to hide your number).
In a situation where email is simply not adequate, consider the following alternatives.