Message From the Chancellor (COVID-19 June 24, 2020 4:17 p.m.)

Success through flexibility

Dear Colleagues,

I hope this message finds you well, even as new cases of COVID-19 are on the rise here in Texas.

We had projected that with protective face coverings and new health and safety protocols, we could have everyone back in their offices by July 1, but Texas Woman's is not an island. In line with Gov. Abbott’s call, we must respond to the increase in COVID-19 cases by pushing back our projection to July 20. Some employees will still transition from telecommuting to on-campus work before July 20, depending on function. Your supervisor will let you know when to return. Faculty already have access to their offices, and that will continue. As you do return, we have written a “guide for returning to work on campus.”

We continue like water in a river, moving forward but changing course as obstacles arise. We have so much riding on our success, so I am grateful as ever for your continued flexibility and commitment to the Texas Woman's mission.

With a pioneering spirit,

Carine M. Feyten, Ph.D.
Chancellor and President

P.S. For the latest information, check out TWU's COVID-19 webpage.

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