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TAMUT has a team of university employees who are constantly monitoring the situation and working with state and local officials to always have the most accurate information possible when making decisions about the health and safety of the university community and about university operations.Welcome to the A&M-Texarkana COVID-19 resource page. We have created this page as a way to help you stay informed regarding the global COVID-19 pandemic and how it affects our university community. On this page you will find updates from Texas A&M University-Texarkana, the Texas A&M University System, Frequently Asked Questions, and other resources, including links to state and federal websites with additional information.

Face coverings and social distancing are required in all public spaces on the university campus. Additional information about safety measures and protocols for returning to campus can be found in the TAMUT Guide To Returning To Campus. 

As we wind down the spring 2021 semester we want to bring you some important news about the upcoming fall 2021 term. We have received direction from the TAMU System that we are to proceed into the fall semester planning for normal operations, while still being prepared to pivot should COVID-19 complications arise.

You have all done a remarkable job in handling the challenges presented to you over the past year. Our deepest thanks for following the COVID-19 protocols we put in place. We know it hasn’t always been easy (or fun). But your compliance is one of the reasons we have gotten to this point.

We’ve all been looking forward to a return to “normalcy” and this is certainly an indication that we are headed back in that direction. Please keep in mind that the best way for us to transition into a return to “normal” is by continuing to adhere to the COVID-19 protocols that have guided us to this point. Keep masking, remain socially distanced as much as possible, and we encourage you to get the vaccine as soon as it is available to you.  

As of March 29th every adult in the state of Texas is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. We strongly suggest that you sign up for and take the vaccine at your earliest convenience. The vaccines are safe, effective, and free. Visit our COVID-19 Vaccination Information page using the button above.

We very much look forward to seeing more of you on campus, holding more events, and getting back to some of the traditions that make TAMUT so special. 


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