TAMIU Student Compact

Texas A&M International University | COVID-19 Compact | 3 COVID-19 KIT: Things to pack and do prior to arriving on campus 3-7 reusable/washable face coverings While face masks are no longer required on campus, they are still recommended, especially for unvaccinated individuals.  Within certain areas of campus such as Student Health Services, you may be asked to wear a face mask if you are presenting any concerning symptoms that may be associated with a contagious condition.   Hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol (CDC Guidance) Thermometer (do not share your thermometer with anyone). Cleaning products (CDC Guidance) Copies of health insurance cards (if applicable) Prescription medications and over the counter medication Mobile device or laptop (including headphones with a microphone) to continue your classes should you have to quarantine or self-isolate. Students needing financial assistance should apply for financial aid by completing and submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid at www.fafsa.gov and contact Financialaid@tamiu.edu . Please review and acknowledge our current campus COVID-19 guidelines at http://elearning.tamiu.edu Update your emergency contact through UCONNECT .tamiu.edu . (Login and click on the My Information icon) Your COVID-19 Vaccination Card can be your ticket to some great  incentives and prizes.  Find out more at:  https://go.tamiu.edu/beachamp The outbreak of COVID-19, has been stressful for many people and communities. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause a host of emotional responses including feelings and thoughts you may have during and after social distancing and/or self-isolation. Counseling and Disability Services www.tamiu.edu/counseling suggests ways to care for your mental health during these experiences and provides resources for more help. To make an appointment call 956.326.2230 or email counseling@tamiu.edu MENTAL HEALTH & COPING During COVID-19 FIGHTING XENOPHOBIA Racism COVID-19 has brought a great deal of uncertainty to our lives, along with potential for misinformation that can be harmful or destructive to our campus and communities. This resource provides proactive strategies that reinforce that “hate is not a Dustdevil value.” We hope that you will work to intervene on discriminatory behaviors, online comments, and acts on social media. Keep in mind the Dustdevil values of Respect, Integrity, Service and Excellence (RISE). For resources go to: https://www.tamiu.edu/counseling/resources.shtml TAO https://www.tamiu.edu/counseling/ therapy-assistance-online.shtml

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