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The health and safety of our university community remains a top priority. Given the continued growth of the COVID-19 crisis in our community, Texas A&M University-San Antonio is supportive of the San Antonio-Bexar County Emergency Management Alert (distributed yesterday evening, June 27).

Although the University is a state agency, we support the local guidance to minimize activity and to stay at home, as practical. Out of an abundance of caution, division vice presidents may exercise the flexibility to have employees continue either working from home or working on campus - whichever is necessary to meet University business needs. As you may know, we have delayed third wave of the return of administrative staff to campus until Aug. 1. The campus will remain open, and those who need to perform work on campus are able to do so, in strict adherence to public health guidelines.

We remind you to wear a face covering, avoid gatherings outside of your household and continue to follow the health guidelines provided by the CDC and public health agencies. We have a shared responsibility to help our campus remain healthy and to mitigate the spread of the virus. Understandably, the rise in COVID-19 cases and media reports may cause increased anxiety or concern; please seek help if needed through our Employee Assistance Program: or (800) 697-0353 (866) 301-9623 or TTY: (800) 697-0353.

Please direct your questions to your managers or use the “Ask A Question” feature. We will provide updates as the situation warrants.

Risk Management Group-COVID-19

  • Texas A&M University-San Antonio will continue to follow guidance from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the State of Texas, and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS).
  • People will return to campus on an as-needed basis, as slowly and safely as possible; otherwise remote operations will continue.
  • All campus functions will return in a phased manner that emphasizes caution and safety.
  • Employees who can effectively work remotely, as determined through their supervisory chain, will continue to do so.
  • Our plans will be designed to mitigate the risk of a resurgence of the virus.
  • In consultation with the DSHS a protocol will be developed for self-assessment, monitoring and contact tracing as well as continuing education.
  • Our plans will seek to protect the people who are at the highest risk for severe illness.
  • Our plans will provide for centrally managed cleaning and sanitizing services and procurement.
  • All units will be prepared to return to a remote environment if conditions change.

Our Phased Approach

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Repairs, Maintenance and COVID-19 Prevention and Sanitation

The University has launched multiple public health and sanitation efforts across campus to help prevent the spread of Covid-19, through regular cleaning, special sanitation workers posted to clean targeted areas and more. If you have other sanitation needs or need assistance, please fill out the Repair/Maintenance/Sanitation form.