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May 19 Update

Face coverings no longer required on Texas State Campuses

Pursuant to the Executive Order No. GA-36, effective immediately, masks are no longer required for students, faculty, staff, and visitors at any university facility or event, indoors or outdoors, at Texas State. Mask-wearing is still strongly encouraged, especially for those who are not vaccinated. Read the full message from President Trauth.

April 20 Updates

Announcements regarding summer & fall 2021

Shared by President & University Leaders in April 20 Town Hall
Read Dr. Carranco's updates on vaccine distribution, vaccine safety and COVID-19 prevention measures. Read President Trauth's updates and news about what to expect for the upcoming summer and fall semesters. 

April 14 Update

Vaccines available for Texas State Students

Any student over the age of 16 can get vaccinated at no cost at a Texas State University weekly vaccination event on our San Marcos Campus. Plans are also being made to offer vaccinations on the Round Rock Campus. Read the full message from the Vice President for Student Affairs.

Vaccine Updates

Beginning May 24, the Student Health Center (SHC) will provide COVID-19 vaccinations to students, faculty, and staff at the location on the San Marcos Campus (298 Student Center Drive), Monday through Friday. No online vaccination pre-registration will be required, just call the SHC at 512.245.2161 to schedule your appointment. E-mails will be sent to students, faculty, and staff when additional mass vaccination events are scheduled during the summer and fall semesters. Visit the Vaccine Webpage for more information.