TAMIU Student Compact

Texas A&M International University | COVID-19 Compact | 1 The COVID-19 pandemic may last for an extended period of time in our community. Public health officials at all levels have recommended actions designed to help keep our community healthy, reduce exposures to COVID-19, and slow the virus spread. Among these is training for students. All TAMIU students are required to complete COVID-19 Training prior to returning to campus. It can be found at https://elearning.tamiu.edu This training provides steps to help prevent COVID, what to do if you have or suspect COVID-19, and helps you create a return to campus plan to help protect your health and that of all Dustdevils. You should base the details of your plan on your needs, daily routine and personal circumstances. STAY INFORMED AND IN TOUCH TAMIU will officially communicate with students through their TAMIU Dusty email account. It is your responsibility to check your official TAMIU email account for University-related communications on a frequent and consistent basis. Sign up for DustyALRT at https://dustyalrt.tamiu.edu/welcome.aspx DustyALRT is universal notification system that allows students, faculty and staff to be notified via text message, email or pager in the event of a campus emergency or closure. The University recommends: • Check your Dusty email at least once per day. • Visit the resources available for you at: www.TAMIU.edu TAMIU Back Together Online COVID-19 Response Center TAMIU Social Media Make a Plan. Keep Informed. for Students Returning to Campus COVID-19 COMPACT CDC - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Face-covering - cloth face-covering, surgical mask, etc. which helps slow the spread of COVID-19 and must cover nose and mouth. Physical - (Social) distancing - keeping at least 6 feet of space between yourself and other people outside of your home. Quarantine - separation and restricting movement of individuals who might have been exposed to a COVID-19 positive individual. Self-isolation - separation and restricting movement of COVID-19 positive individuals. DEFINITIONS

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