Texas Tech University

COHS Commitment

A Safe Campus


Texas Tech College of Human Sciences CommitmentTexas Tech and the College of Human Sciences want to ensure you that we are continually working to ensure a safe campus and your wellbeing is our top priority. We look forward to having everyone return soon so that we can continue to teach and learn on campus and in the community. Texas Tech will continue to follow and make decisions based on guidance provided by local and state health officials and the Centers for Disease Control.

The College of Human Sciences and Texas Tech have adopted new practices and policies that foster organizational resilience and best position the university to effectively sustain the academic and research missions while protecting public health and safety.

Learn more about the Texas Tech Commitment and how we are all working together to prepare for a safe return to campus below.

 

Texas Tech College of Human Sciences Commitment

Students

Texas Tech looks forward to having you on our campus this spring so that you can pursue your passions. We also pledge our Texas Tech Commitment which means we will do everything that we can to provide a safe and fun learning environment.

When you arrive on campus, you will find enhanced sanitization efforts, resources for health screenings, access to personal protective equipment, workplace and classroom wellness guidance, and social distancing protocols. All designed to protect you and those you love.

We hope to see you on campus as you pursue a major in the College of Human Sciences.

Learn more about sanitization efforts, academic instruction, on-campus living, dining, campus life, and more at the link below.


 

Texas Tech College of Human Sciences Commitment

Faculty & Staff

Policies and procedures that are being implemented across the university are being done to assist you in your professional duties but also to protect your health and the health of those that you love. Thank you for making Texas Tech so incredibly special and for helping us create a safe learning environment for our students.

The College of Human Sciences has created a resource listing to assist faculty and staff as they prepare for the fall semester. Visit the link below for more.


 

Texas Tech College of Human Sciences Commitment

Health & Safety

At Texas Tech University, our top priority is the health, safety, and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff. 

When you arrive on campus, you will find enhanced sanitization efforts, resources for health screenings, access to personal protective equipment, workplace and classroom wellness guidance, and social distancing protocols.

Reducing the impact of COVID-19 will take a combined effort from each of us and we know you will be ready to do your part to stop the spread.