Based on improving public health conditions and our own campus indicators, we have made the decision to return to limited in-person activities and operations on campus beginning Monday, February 8. We expect the Spring semester to look much like the Fall, with a few updates to policies and practices.
ROADMAP TO SUMMER
The success of our efforts will depend on cooperation and flexibility from everyone involved. We ask for your patience and understanding as we work together to make the 2020-2021 academic year a memorable one.
The health and safety of our students, faculty and staff must be our top priority, even as we work to deliver on our mission to help each of you pursue lives of meaning and purpose. Science and medicine give us cause for genuine hope as we watch the distribution of vaccines. We look forward to seeing our Trinity community again - in full - as soon as possible.
Together, we can ProtectTU.
Every student, faculty, and staff member must sign the authorization form at a minimum.
Several policies related to benefits, support, health, and safe behavior are active for the duration of the pandemic.
Find the latest numbers on positive cases and total quarantined and monitor trends using the dashboard.
Everyone who steps foot on the campus this spring must first sign the ProtecTU Health Pledge.
Before coming to campus each day you must use the ProtecTU HealthCheck tool to screen yourself for symptoms.
An auxiliary team of medical professionals is available to answer questions and provide medical support.
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 typical semester operations with no 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 classes offered online or in hybrid formats.
Campus is open, but with restrictions and frequent testing. Majority of classes, operations, and events conducted remotely or in a hybrid format.
A return to the status in March-May 2020: campus completely closed to all but the most essential personnel and all classes are online.
Faculty and staff from across campus have redeveloped services and operations to better support you during this time. You can find updates specific to individual departments or offices on their websites.
Students can book reservations for the Bell Center.
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