Things to Know:
Plans & Guidance for the Campus Community

COVID-19 Updates

Updated Campus Plan

Updated: May 19

In accordance with Executive Order No. GA-36 issued by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, face coverings are no longer required on the Texas A&M University - Central Texas campus. This change goes into effect immediately and applies to all indoor and outdoor facilities and venues.

The University's COVID-19 protocols have been updated to include, among others:

  • Students and employees must check for symptoms of COVID-19 every day before coming on campus.
  • Students and employees must not come to campus if they suspect that they have COVID-19 or another infectious illness.
  • COVID-19 testing for faculty, staff, and students will be available by appointment online.
  • Face coverings, staying six feet apart from others, and frequent hand washing where appropriate are recommended to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Read the complete plan update.


University Announcements

A&M-Central Texas COVID-19 Case Updates

Last updated: June 12, 2021

Texas A&M University-Central Texas will keep its students and faculty—and the broader community around our campus—informed about the presence of COVID-19 within the campus community through this page, while maintaining the confidentiality of protected health information.

Cases reported to the Safety and Risk Management Office

  • For the week ending June 12:
    Positive Student Cases 31 students have tested positive since March, 2020;
    0 new positive cases this week.
    Positive Faculty/Staff Cases 12 employees have tested positive since March, 2020;
    0 new positive cases this week.