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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

July 2 Update 

Majority of Summer II Courses Moving Online

For summer II, we will transition nearly all face-to-face classes to online delivery. The only courses that will remain face-to-face are those that require a face-to-face component for licensure or degree requirements. Offices that have been able to operate with minimal staff physically present on our campuses since the beginning of summer should continue to do so until we begin to ramp up for the fall semester in early August. All units that normally provide face-to-face student services in the summer must continue to do so with appropriate modifications to enhance public health. We are planning for a return of face-to-face instruction and services in fall 2020. Read the full statement

June 23 Update

SUMMER II - EXPANDING ONLINE, REMOTE, HYBRID COURSES

TXST is expanding the number of courses available online, remotely, or in a hybrid format. Read the full statement.

June 18 Update

Roadmap to Return to TXST

President Trauth announced the launch of the Roadmap to Return, which includes 10 Guiding Principles for Health, Safety, and Wellness; Face Coverings and Masks Guidelines; Employee Guide to a Healthy Workplace; and resources specific to students, faculty and staff returning to university campuses. Explore the Roadmap to Return.

June 10 Update

Requests for Modifications Available

The University has implemented significant proactive measures to help safeguard the health and safety of our students and employees while remaining committed to considering additional modifications related to COVID-19 on a case-by-case basis. Workplace modifications are available for faculty and staff. Additional academic modifications are available for students.

June 5 Update

Cloth Face Coverings Required 

Beginning June 8, cloth face coverings will be required on Texas State campuses when physical distancing of 6 feet cannot be maintained. View additional health and safety principles in a June 5 update