Learn more about the fall 2020 semester and watch the past Q&A events.
UTA will provide each student with a reusable cloth face mask. Cloth face masks are available to individuals or students at the University Center Campus Information Desk, the Main Library, and at The Commons Information Desk.
All students, faculty and staff are required to complete daily symptom monitoring and a temperature check before coming to campus. The UTA mobile app provides a convenient, confidential tool to assist with conducting the daily self-assessment, or you can download the daily self-monitoring checklist for easy access.
All students registered for fall 2020 should complete the Fall 2020 COVID-19 Student Training in Canvas by Sept. 11. The course takes no more than 15 minutes to complete.
UTA adopts new rules in residence halls to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmissionRead More About Campus Housing
To keep one another safe, Mavericks must self-monitor daily for COVID-19 symptomsLearn More About Self-Monitoring
Under UTA plan, students identified as needing testing will pay no out-of-pocket costsRead More about Student COVID-19 Testing
UTA always recommends our community members follow CDC and public health guidelines, which are similar to what is recommended during cold and flu season, including:
The Office of Facilities Management has increased its sanitization of public spaces on campus, including focused sanitization of touch points such as handrails, door handles, common spaces, common area seating and tables, etc. Additional hand sanitizer dispensers have been installed across campus as well.
Fill out this form if you have had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Fill out this form if you have been personally diagnosed positive for COVID-19.
Individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19, or have had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, should self-isolate off-campus for 14 days.
Learn more about what to do if you are experiencing symptoms, have tested positive for COVID-19, or have had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.