Dear Campus Community,
Texas Christian University is dedicated to supporting the health and safety of our Horned Frogs. Throughout the pandemic, TCU has continued to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Based upon their new guidance for mask-wearing and COVID-19 transmission levels in Tarrant County, masks are now optional for the TCU campus community:
- Masks are optional, and people may choose to mask at any time.
- People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask.
- Like other health care facilities, masks continue to be required in the Brown-Lupton Health Center.
- Instructors may continue to require students to wear masks in classrooms. Thank you for continuing to be respectful of those who are at a higher risk or may have family members and loved ones at high risk.
- Disposable masks remain available in buildings.
Know Before You Go: Free Testing On Campus at the Curative Site
All campus members who are planning to travel for Spring Break, and upon return, are encouraged to “know before you go” and get tested for free at the Curative COVID-19 Testing Site in Lot 6 or at another convenient testing location.
Free, Walk-Up Vaccines at TCU
COVID-19 vaccines remain widely available and continue to be free at the TCU Health Center for all students, faculty, staff and the general public. If you have received the COVID-19 vaccine, confirm your vaccine with TCU by filling out this form.
The Campus Readiness Task Force will continue to monitor and respond to transmission levels on our campus and in our county and follow CDC recommendations.
Thank you for your continued commitment to Protect the Purple. We hope you have a safe, fun and relaxing Spring Break and look forward to finishing the semester strong.
Chancellor’s Campus Readiness Task Force