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Coronavirus

TWU's Spring 2022 Plans

TWU student regent Brookelyn Bush wears a mask in the student union.
  • For the first three weeks of classes, faculty may modify the format of courses to allow for online instruction with an in-person option if possible. Faculty members will be sharing details with students in their respective courses.
  • Contact tracing will continue. Complete the COVID-19 Reporting Form if you have tested positive for COVID or are experiencing any COVID symptoms.
  • Campuses and offices remain open and ready to serve students, including libraries, residence halls, dining services and recreation facilities.
  • Mask wearing on campus is a personal choice, and not mandated by TWU or required per CDC guidelines based on our COVID-19 community level

COVID-19 Reporting

As of January 26, 2022, changes were made to the TWU COVID-19 Reporting requirements. Individuals who test positive AND were on campus or had close contact with other members of the TWU community (e.g. other students, faculty, or staff) during their infectious period must report via the online form. The infectious period is defined as 48 hours before symptoms began or the positive test was taken.

Additionally, residential students who are not fully vaccinated that were exposed to a COVID-positive individual during their infectious period must report via the online form.

COVID-19 Reporting Form

Fully vaccinated individuals, or individuals who have tested positive for COVID in the last 90 days, do not need to report COVID-19 exposures. You are considered fully vaccinated if you have received:

  • A booster shot
  • The second Pfizer or Moderna vaccine dose within the last six months
  • The Johnson & Johnson vaccine dose within the last two months

Although you may not need to report, if you tested positive or were exposed you may still need to isolate or quarantine. See the Quarantine Protocols link below.

TWU Quarantine Protocols

COVID-19 Vaccines

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine booster doses now available by appointment for students, faculty and staff in Denton Student Health Services.

Learn more or make an appointment

Need to find a vaccination clinic near you? Text your zip code to 438829.

All of the current COVID-19 vaccines have been shown to be safe and effective. TWU continues to encourage all members of the TWU community to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

COVID Testing

Texas Woman’s offers several COVID-19 testing options for our faculty, staff and students for the Spring 2022 semester.

Find a COVID-19 Test

Required COVID-19 Self-Screening

All TWU employees, students and visitors are required to self-screen daily BEFORE coming to any TWU campus and report any COVID symptoms, or exposure to someone who has COVID.

For more details, download the COVID-19 Self-Screening Form.

Additional Resources

Media Inquiries

All media inquiries contact Matt Flores at mflores48@twu.edu.

Page last updated 12:49 PM, April 8, 2022