These tips from the Student Health Center apply to everyone this fall!
Asymptomatic employees and students can get a free take-home COVID-19 test kit through the Student Health Center.
Participation is required for students living in on-campus residence halls or sorority and fraternity houses.
In-person commencement ceremonies will be held in November to celebrate spring, summer, and fall 2020 graduates.
Faculty and students are exemplifying the Volunteer spirit by conducting health screenings at home football games this fall.
Restrictions on university-related domestic travel will end September 30.
Upcoming campus flu vaccine clinics will ease the process of meeting the flu shot requirement this fall.
Information on this week's Chancellor's office hours and livestream updates.
Today residential students who test positive for COVID-19 will begin moving into Massey Hall for temporary isolation housing.
We are increasing our efforts at campus safety with a comprehensive testing program that includes wastewater, pooled saliva, and nasal swab testing in residence halls and fraternity and sorority houses.
Vice Chancellor for Research Deb Crawford and Chancellor Plowman will discuss our overall testing strategy as well as early results from systematic testing during tomorrow’s live update.
The spring academic calendar has been revised to reduce the potential for travel-related spread of COVID-19.
Deborah Birx, coronavirus response coordinator for the Office of the Vice President, visited UT this week.
Additional steps will be implemented beginning immediately.
Read the text of the email sent to residents of Massey Hall by Vice Chancellor for Student Life Frank Cuevas at 10:55 a.m. on September 9.
From hammock stands to white tents with Wi-Fi, new amenities are popping up around campus.
View the Online Academic Success guide on the Student Success website.