Faculty & Staff
We must all navigate a thoughtfully prepared approach to continuing TCU’s mission.
Latest COVID-19 Communications
October 14, 2020
There’s a lot of discussion/concern about the mental health of students during these times. Rightfully so. National studies warn about increases in psychological symptoms, substance use and suicide rates among young adults, and the TCU Counseling Center is seeing an unprecedented increase in demand for services. As such, I write this open letter to ask for help.
What to Do?Navigating COVID-19 decisions can be tough. We're here to help guide you through different scenarios, like what to do if you've been exposed or tested positive.
A Healthy Campus Is in Our Hands
Here’s what you can do to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Always keep six feet of distance between yourself and others whenever possible.
Wear a cloth face covering indoors and outdoors when physical distancing isn't possible.
Wash your hands well and often with soap and water or alcohol-based sanitizer.
Monitor your health daily for COVID-19 symptoms. If you feel sick, stay home.
Practice good hygiene: sneeze and cough into your elbow, and minimize using your hands.
Testing & TracingFrom daily symptom monitoring to isolation protocols, TCU has embraced robust testing and contract tracing measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 on campus.
What the Semester Looks LikeSolving problems in real time is a valuable skill. The Horned Frog community is here to support each other as we create new opportunities.
Return to Campus: A Phased ApproachEmployees have returned to campus following a three-part plan. This phased approach has allowed us to carry on the TCU mission while promoting safety.
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