Your health care provider or the university's contact tracing team will determine whether you need to quarantine or isolate and where to stay.
Resources are available to help employees and students cope during the pandemic. Reach out if you need help.
The Office of Research and Engagement website is the best source of information about research activities.
To-do items and reminders for the end of fall semester and the transition to winter break
We monitor several key metrics. Any decision to implement contingencies will not be based on one factor but on a combination of metrics providing insight into the health and safety of the campus community.
Safety practices will include measures to create physical distance, enhanced cleaning, and use of disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizer, and face coverings.
The campus’s program includes periodic testing of wastewater in residential facilities, community saliva testing of asymptomatic students living on campus, nasal swab diagnostic testing for students, and self-screenings and contact tracing for students and employees.
Vol Dining is open with protective measures in place to make the experience convenient, enjoyable, and safe.
Students will have plenty of ways to experience campus life while following health and safety guidelines.
Formats, locations, and timing of classes encourage social distancing for a safe on-campus experience.
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.
Instructors can access resources to adjust to new ways of teaching.
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.
Changes will reduce student travel and encourage social distancing.
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.
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