Traveler FAQ

Are the Dallas & Houston campuses included in university announcements?

Yes, at this point, all guidance is for all three campuses, as well as the Collin Higher Education Center.

What if I am feeling sick or think that I have COVID-19?

If you become ill, regardless of if you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or not, please stay home. Contact your health care provider and seek medical attention, as needed.

If any of the following COVID-19 conditions are present, you MUST stay home and notify TWU by completing the COVID-19 Reporting Form. Follow CDC guidelines, as they may evolve, to self-isolate for 14 days.

  • You, someone you live with, or someone you have been in close, prolonged contact with is sick and exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms (can include cough, fever, shortness of breath)
  • You, someone you live with, or someone you have been in close, prolonged contact with is considered a Person Under Investigation (PUI) for COVID-19
  • You, someone you live with, or someone you have been in close, prolonged contact has tested positive or been diagnosed with COVID-19
  • You, someone you live with, or someone you have been in close, prolonged contact has been instructed by public health officials to self-isolate due to COVID-19

Close is generally defined as within 6 feet, and prolonged is any exposure greater than a few minutes, according to the CDC. If any of the situations described above apply to you, complete the COVID-19 Reporting Form. For further information, contact TWU Risk Management.

To assist with self-screening and provide more information for residential students, please read the COVID-19 Self-Screening document.

Have more questions?

Contact us at coronavirus@twu.edu with any questions you have, and we will track down the answer for you.

Page last updated 8:16 AM, June 29, 2020