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COVID-19 Information for Graduate and Professional Students

For the latest guidance from the university, please see the Texas A&M Coronavirus page. As noted in the August 15, 2022, announcement from Greg Hartman, Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President, everyone at the university is required to follow Texas A&M COVID-19 Protocols if symptomatic, testing positive, or exposed to someone testing positive. In additioin, the university continues to offer vaccines and testing. 

Guidance for Graduate Students

Follow the university's Student Guidance

Guidance for Graduate Assistants with Teaching Responsibilities

For the fall 2022 semester, Texas A&M is holding all classes (except for distance and online classes) in-person, at full capacity.
  • If you are symptomatic or test positive, follow the Texas A&M COVID-19 protocols and seek guidance from the faculty or staff member who made your teaching assignments.
  • If you are the instructor of record, students in your classes who test positive for COVID-19, whether symptomatic or not, may request an excused absence for the required period of self-isolation. Students who must quarantine after being in close contact with an individual who tested positive can also request an excused absence. Documentation must be consistent with Student Rule 7.  

Guidance for Graduate Student Researchers and Graduate Assistants with Research Responsibilities

  • Research activities have been resumed under standard university protocols, but to address challenges in carrying out our research and educational missions in an evolving pandemic, the office of the Vice President for Research has updated Research Guidance during COVID-19 for researchers on all campuses. 

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