Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

WT administrators are working nonstop to make decisions that affect every person at the University. Our goal is to make choices that are helpful, fair and judicious for everyone. We ask for patience and understanding as the information we receive changes quickly and can impact prior decisions and actions.

To report COVID-19 cases among WT students, faculty, and/or staff, potential exposure, or inquire about issues related to COVID-19 on WT's campus, please send an e-mail to:

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Fall 2020 Student & Parents FAQ

Have questions about attending WT in the fall? Check our FAQ for answers.

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Fall 2020 Residence Hall Move-In Day

Fall 2020 Move-In Day will be a three-day event – Aug. 18-20.

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Last updated on Monday, July 27, 2020 at 1:50 p.m. (CST)

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Guide for COVID-19 Positive Tests and Symptoms

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Reporting Travel


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Faculty and Staff

Faculty and staff should direct questions to Jon Davis, Assistant Vice President for Student Enrollment, Engagement, and Success at 806-651-2872 or


Students should direct questions and concerns to Student Medical Services at 806-651-3287.


How You Can Help

A few easy things we can all do include:

  • Wear a mask
  • Wash your hands for 20 seconds
  • Use hand sanitizer
  • Avoid shaking hands
  • Disinfect frequently touched objects using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe
  • Stay home when you are sick and avoid close contact with those who are sick
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth

West Texas A&M will continue to work with federal, state and local officials to monitor potential risks. If conditions change, we will update our campus community. You can find updated information about COVID-19 disease activity and recommendations at these sites:



Update for July 26 to August 2, 2020

New cases among employees: 1

New cases among students: 0

Cumulative cases among employees: 9

Cumulative cases among students: 14