The university’s program includes testing of symptomatic students and asymptomatic close contacts, self-screenings, regular surveillance testing, and contact tracing.
The university is helping to protect faculty, staff, and students at high risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
Vaccination requirements apply to all campuses and institutes in the UT System and are established to protect the health and safety of the university community.
Events hosted by units and organizations must be conducted in a safe and healthy manner.
To help slow the spread of COVID-19, daily temperature checks and health self-screening are required for students and employees.
Students, faculty, and staff who self-isolate need to complete a self-isolation form.
Guided by expertise from public health officials and the CDC, university staff responds quickly to reports related to COVID-19 on campus.
To slow the spread of COVID-19, students, faculty, and staff must wear face coverings on campus.
Social distancing means keeping space—about six feet—from other people as much as possible.
Stay home, limit contact with others, and contact your health care provider.
Handwashing is a crucial habit to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Our community will act with courage to protect others, even if it means sacrificing some comforts of a typical campus experience.
Resources are available to help employees and students cope during the pandemic. Reach out if you need help.
The university will follow a data-driven three-phase plan to gradually return to working on campus. The plan’s goals are to protect the health of employees, help ensure the well-being of the community, and carefully and deliberately prepare for fall semester. The plan will be updated as it progresses.
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