Protecting the health and wellbeing of our TU community starts with following these
important guidelines as students, faculty and staff return to campus.
Proceed with Care
On campus, safety is shared. There’s never been a more important time to protect yourself
and help ensure the health of your fellow Tigers. Follow the guidelines here to do
your part and show you care about the entire TU community.
Masks – Wearing is Caring
Masks are required in every building, except when alone in private spaces like offices
and dorm rooms.
A mask is required outside on campus when six feet of physical distancing isn’t possible.
Masks should cover both the nose and the mouth for optimal effectiveness.
Wash and disinfect masks after each day’s use to keep them clean and germ-free.
Physical Distancing – Six is Safer
Keep six feet between you and others at all times, especially indoors.
Follow all directional markings and stay to the right when walking in hallways.
Hygiene – Wash and Repeat
Frequently wash hands, at least 20 seconds with soap and water.
Avoid touching your eyes or face.
Always cough or sneeze into your arm and not towards others.
All TU students, faculty and staff are required to provide evidence of a negative
COVID-19 PCR test prior to returning to campus. Tests can be completed at the on-campus
testing site in front of the TU Health Center or at a conveniently located facility
near your home.
All TU faculty, staff and students will receive Tigers Care packages that include
a mask, hand sanitizer, and a digital thermometer. Resident students can pick up their
care package during move-in. The packages will be available for commuter students
August 19-23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Potomac Patio. Faculty and staff received their care packages in the mail.
New Signs on Campus
Signage is in place to help you navigate campus safely. Here's a sample of what you’ll
see around TU.
Entry doors are clearly marked.
Some doors are marked “no entry” to ensure physical distancing.
Directional signs on the floor indicate new traffic patterns in buildings.