Community. Safety. TOGETHER.

COVID-19 Cases  |  Self-reporting tool  |  Safety Indicators

A message from the Blueprint 2020 Task Force and Risk Management Group-COVID-19

During the past four months, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, our community and our world have grappled with an unexpected and overwhelming challenge. Together by adhering to our shared values, we tackled the uncertainties of a global pandemic with creativity, flexibility and resilience. We deployed new ways to teach, work and live while also continuing to build an adaptive model for our campus. Our relative youth as an institution offers a distinct advantage – as an organization, we are agile and able to be quickly responsive to changing conditions.

Here’s what you need to know

Our unusual environment requires us to continue to be innovative and maintain vigilant focus on our priorities: 1) the safety and health of our community and 2) advancing our students’ academic progress. The following document provides an overview of how we will deliver our mission and our strategy. We’ve titled this plan “Fall 2020 Community. Safety. TOGETHER.” to align with what is top of mind. Throughout the plan, you will find references for how we will learn, work and live on campus during Fall 2020. To see the entire Community. Safety. TOGETHER. click here.

We look forward to a time in the near future when we will all be together to reflect on how we continued to advance our mission in the face of enormous challenges. Thank you for all that you have done and continue to do to support our students. We hope that you continue to take care of yourselves and each other. We welcome your feedback and suggestions for improving this document or communicating these important details of the plan at


What you need to know now, click on your audience below:

Student Information Family Information
Staff Information Faculty Information


The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted people around the world. Here are a few messages sharing information on how we can, together, help prevent the spread of the virus and do what we can to keep each other safe.