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What is novel coronavirus (COVID-19)?

COVID-19 illness ranges from mild to no symptoms to severe illness and death. Although serious cases and death have occurred in healthy, young people, those most seriously affected tend to be older adults and those with underlying medical conditions such as chronic lung conditions, moderate to severe asthma, serious heart conditions, severe obesity, diabetes, kidney disease requiring dialysis and liver disease and individuals with weakened immune systems.

COVID-19 Testing before First Day Of Class For All New and Returning Students

For the safety of our students and the safety of our community, the university has determined that all students coming to campus for the fall semester must receive a viral test (antigen test or a nucleic acid amplification test such as PCR) in their local community within 72 hours (3 days) prior to arrival in Austin for their move in.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The University’s Response, Guidelines and Information about Academics, Financial Questions, Assistance for Students, University Operations, Events, etc..

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University Health Services is committed to providing high-quality care to patients of all ages, races, ethnicities, physical abilities or attributes, religions, sexual orientations, or gender identities/expression.


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