Living

We want students, whether online or on campus, to get the most out of campus life. Therefore, UT created these guidelines to ensure that we safely resume in-person events, meetings, student-facing transactions and student gatherings this fall. UT will provide student engagement activities fully or partially online, on campus or in outdoor spaces. This includes meetings of student organizations, recreational sports activities and other student gatherings of various sizes. These guidelines will be available when students arrive in August.

Most student-focused buildings and spaces began a phased opening on Aug. 17. Students officially moved into residence halls during Mooov-In, Aug. 20-23. Most rooms in residence halls will be slated as double occupancy in addition to a number of single occupancy rooms with modified dining options.

The university will continue offering medical and mental health services via telehealth and in-person visits, as well as through in-person and virtual programming. Online programs and services will be offered, providing program and service opportunities to students who do not return to campus, including undergraduate, graduate, international, veterans and student parents, beginning on Aug. 20.

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Locate essential campus resources like indoor study spaces, COVID-19 testing sites, mask and hand sanitizer purchase locations, and more through our interactive map.