Staying Safe While Working and Learning on Campus

As UT Southwestern moves forward with campus operations, we place above all else:

  • Your safety and well-being (both physical and mental)
  • Your value and importance to the UT Southwestern family (whether working on or off campus)

This is an ever-changing time in our lives. Thank you for helping ensure safety for yourself and others while continuing to achieve the success and innovation for which UT Southwestern is known.

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What to Expect When Working and Learning on Campus

If you have questions not addressed here, please COVID-19Questions@utsouthwestern.edu us.

Child Care 
Building Access 
Buildings, Common Areas, and Food Courts 
Dining Options 
Flex Work and Meetings 
Masks and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 
Parking/Shuttles 
Physical Distancing 
Services and Classes 
Temperature Screenings and Reporting COVID-19 Positive Tests 
Travel 
Visitors and Vendors 

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THE BASICS

Overarching Principles for the On-Campus Experience

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  • UT Southwestern will continue to strongly recommend – but no longer require – the wearing of masks by students, faculty, staff, and guests in nonclinical areas of our campus. Wearing a mask is still required within William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital and all other clinical facilities.

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BEFORE YOU COME

Daily Home Screening

Stay at home if:

COVID-19 Positive Employees

If you are COVID-19 positive, follow the current procedure for COVID-19 employee illness. The Occupational Health Department (needs VPN to access) will provide direction for testing, contact tracing, quarantine, and isolation instructions.