Spring semester planning is underway based on data and experiences collected throughout the Fall and with consideration for the fresh uncertainty introduced by the Omicron variant.
Based on current and projected public health conditions at Trinity and in San Antonio, the following adjustments to our current ProtecTU protocols will be in effect for the Spring semester.
Vaccine Reporting Form
Help us reach our community vaccination goal by submitting your status before the Spring semester!
Before coming to campus each day you must use the ProtecTU HealthCheck tool to screen yourself for symptoms.
Find the latest numbers on positive cases and total quarantined and monitor trends via regular updates.
Campus Open Status
Trinity is closely monitoring the local situation and using this to determine the level of operations for classes, student housing, and campus events and activities. These levels range from “normal” operations (a return to a typical semester environment) to a closed, entirely remote campus. Additional details about Decision Triggers that determine the level.
This is a return to nearly typical semester operations with some restrictions. Classes, events, and operations could take place without physical distancing.
Campus and buildings are open but physical distancing and masks still required, with many activities offered online or in hybrid formats.
Campus is open, but with restrictions and frequent testing. Majority of operations and events conducted remotely, or in a hybrid format. Start of classes delayed.
A return to the status in March-May 2020: campus completely closed to all but the most essential personnel and all classes are online.