Occupancy levels within university facilities have returned to 100 percent. The spring semester begins Thursday, January 13, with face-to-face classes.
Please stay home if you are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 or test positive for the virus. Students and employees who test positive are required to self-report
Vaccination remains the most effective way to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. Currently, everyone 12 and older is eligible for the vaccine. Contact Student Health Services or your healthcare provider to schedule your vaccine appointment. More vaccine information.
While face coverings are not required, students and employees are welcome to wear them if they choose.
Free COVID-19 Vaccine, Booster Clinic Set Tuesday, Jan. 18
All COVID-19 vaccines and boosters (Pfizer, Moderna, J&J) will be available to Tarleton students, faculty and staff at a free clinic Tuesday, Jan. 18, on the Stephenville campus.
"Vaccination remains the most effective way to mitigate the spread of the virus," says university President James Hurley. "If you have not been vaccinated, I encourage you to take this simple but important step to help keep our One Tarleton community safe."
Tuesday’s clinic takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Room 27 of the Barry B. Thompson Student Center. No registration is required. If receiving a second dose or booster, bring your COVID-19 vaccination card to be updated.
Participants will be entered in a drawing for Texans Campus Store vouchers ($50, $150, $250).
Students, faculty and staff at outreach locations are invited to drop by the clinic or take advantage of free vaccination/booster opportunities in their area:
Many pharmacies — like Walmart, HEB, Walgreens, CVS, Kroger — offer the vaccine and boosters on weekdays and weekends. It’s best to contact your local pharmacy directly to confirm operating hours and vaccine availability prior to scheduling your appointment online.
And check with your county or city offices for other free vaccination opportunities.