Health & Safety
- Texas Tech’s plans to return to campus, as outlined below, are based upon information available as of May 14, 2021. Texas Tech will continue to follow and make decisions based on guidance provided by local and state health officials and the Centers for Disease Control.
- Texas Tech Commitment Announcements: Faculty/Staff | Students/Parents | Facial Covering Policy | Study Abroad Cancellation | Support of International Students
- Governor Abbott's Executive Orders: Face Coverings (3/2 Update) | Campus Face Covering Policy & Exemptions
Your health and safety is the foundation of our Texas Tech Commitment.
The health, safety, and well-being of the Texas Tech community have been the focus since the COVID-19 pandemic reshaped our lives this spring. As Texas Tech begins to focus on reopening our campus, we are doing so with your health and safety in mind. We pledge to you our Texas Tech Commitment and that means we will do everything that we can to provide a safe learning and working environment for students, faculty, and staff. When you arrive on campus this summer and fall, you will find enhanced sanitization efforts, resources for health screenings, access to personal protective equipment, workplace and classroom wellness guidance, and social distancing protocols. Reducing the impact of COVID-19 will take a combined effort from each of us and we know you will be ready to do your part to stop the spread.
Our Plan to Return to Campus
Health & Safety – Students
The health and safety of our student body is the number one priority for everyone involved in the Texas Tech community. You can rest assured that when you arrive on campus, you will be cared for.
Health & Safety – Faculty & Staff
A safe working environment for faculty and staff at Texas Tech is vital, and the policies and procedures that have been put in place are designed to safeguard your well-being.