Texas College continues to closely monitor the ongoing Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. As the College continues to navigate these unprecedented times, the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff remains the College's top priority. In doing so, planning efforts solely surround providing the safest environment most conducive for education. Though situated in East Texas, Texas College's student population draws from across the globe. With consideration to this, the College employs a thorough utilization of data provided from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), and the Northeast Texas Public Health District (NET Health) to ensure a comprehensive assessment. As updates occur, the latest information will be posted to this page to best keep the Texas College community informed. Please review Texas College's COVID-19 Vaccination Policy below. Additionally provided is the College's COVID-19 Contingency Plan, as well as Safety Measures and Campus COVID-19 Protocols, accessible by clicking the respective purple button below.
Texas College as a private, faith-based institution, strongly suggest that effective Fall term 2021, all students, faculty and staff provide evidence that they have been fully vaccinated. Individuals who have religious beliefs, medical reasons and/or philosophies (or are generally indifferent to taking a vaccination) will be required to provide and/or sign a statement to that effect, which they believe prohibit them from being fully vaccinated.
Though Texas College is currently limiting visitors on campus, all visitors, should they be permitted, are required to:
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