Resuming In-Person Classes and Full Campus Operations
During the spring semester, our COVID-19 executive committee will be closely monitoring the virus on campus and in the surrounding area. Vaccines remain widely available, and on-campus testing capabilities have been expanded. We encourage all students, faculty and staff members to get vaccinated and get tested regularly. Help us #ProtectTexasTogether.
Make your appointment
COVID-19 vaccination appointments, including booster doses, are open to members of the UT community and the general public age 12 and older.
It takes all of us to stop the spread of COVID-19. Authorized COVID-19 vaccines are effective at preventing COVID-19 disease, especially severe illness and death. As a way to protect yourself and others from COVID-19, we encourage all UT community members to get vaccinated when they are eligible.
We’re in this together
We are asking for your assistance in minimizing the spread of COVID.
- Individuals at low risk do not need to wear a mask.
- Individuals who are immunocompromised or at high risk should continue to take precautions.
- Participate in the UT Proactive Community Testing program.
- If you have symptoms of COVID-19, please isolate and get tested. The UT community can contact University Health Services for more information.
Teaching and learning will return to normal
- The vast majority of classes will be held in person, at levels similar to fall 2021.
- View the Academic Calendar for Long Session 2021-2022 for information on schedules.
- Many professors and teaching assistants may continue to hold office hours remotely, as student feedback indicated that was more accessible.