COVID Information and Campus Updates
Campus Updates Regarding COVID-19
With the recent end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency on May 11, TLU is also making some changes to our COVID-19 protocols. In addition to the current CDC Precautions for COVID, here are the latest updates for TLU:
- The TLU COVID-19 leadership team is officially rolled backup into the Safety and Emergency Management Committee
- Health & Wellness will treat students with COVID-19 going forward like any other illness (flu, strep-throat etc)
- Students, faculty, and staff will no longer need to report positive COVID-19 cases to the Student Health and Wellness Center as they will not be tracking them anymore.
- Students WILL however still need to report to their respective faculty if they will be out of class because of a positive COVID-19 case. Faculty may require a doctor’s note which can be requested through TLU Care or a physician.
- Students with symptoms can still get tested at the Health and Wellness clinic but additional take-home COVID-19 antigen tests will no longer be provided for free once current supplies run out.
If you have a health related COVID-19 question, please direct them to Health & Wellness (email@example.com). All other questions may be emailed to the Safety & Emergency Management Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Masks are not required in all indoor or outdoor spaces.
- Vaccination and Exemption Reporting is not required for new students, faculty, or staff members. For current students, faculty, and staff who previously submitted a vaccine record or exemption form, those documents will remain on file with TLU Student Health Services and Human Resources.
- There are no event capacity limits so all venues can be occupied at 100% capacity.
- COVID-19 testing is no longer required. Students who want a COVID test should contact the TLU Student Health Services in the Hahn Annex (formerly the CSL) at email@example.com.
- Isolation and quarantine procedures remain the same and align with CDC guidelines.
Frequently Asked Questions
Feeling ill? Here's what you can do
If you are a student, you can visit The Student Health & Wellness Center or access TLU Care for a tele-health evaluation of your symptoms. TLU Care is available 24/7 and in all 50 states. You can also visit the Student Health and Wellness Center Monday-Friday 8am-12pm and 1pm-5pm.
If you are faculty or staff, you can visit with your primary care physician or if you have our employer provided health insurance, you have access to MD Live. This tele-health service is offered 24/7 through Blue Cross Blue Shield.
- Where is Student Health Services located?
Where can I get a COVID test?
If you are a student, you can get an at-home Covid-19 test at the Student Health and Wellness Center. Please visit TLU Care for an evaluation of your symptoms to help determine if you need to be tested.
Or, antigen tests are available at the following locations:
1357 E Court St
Seguin, TX 78155
Ten Minute Pharmacy
254 N Hwy 123 Bypass,
Seguin, TX 78155
Who contacts faculty members if a student is in quarantine or isolation?
Students who need to be in quarantine or isolation are responsible for contacting their professors directly about any absences.
Who should faculty contact about quarantine/isolation questions for students?
Faculty members should contact TLU Student Health Services for questions regarding a student and their quarantine or isolation status.