Texas State University statement in response to Travis County, Bexar County, Williamson County, Hays County stay-at-home orders

Texas State University | March 25, 2020

Texas State University remains open to provide essential services to students and employees.

The majority of Texas State faculty and staff are working remotely, and essential personnel on the San Marcos Campus and the Round Rock Campus are following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) social distancing guidelines. Public universities are considered an essential function of state government and are required to remain open with limited on-campus staffing. Texas State President Denise Trauth provided information to employees via email on March 24 regarding university essential offices and functions.

Beginning March 30, Texas State courses are moving to remote or alternative delivery through the end of the spring semester.

In accordance with national recommendations on social distancing, students living in university residence halls have been asked to return home for the rest of the semester. For students who are unable to make other living arrangements, Texas State is providing special considerations. Those who remain on campus out of necessity will have limited access to services and facilities.