- Each day you should monitor how you are feeling. Do you feel well? Do you have a temperature, sore throat or persistent headache? If something seems off, visit the health center. It’s far better to be sure you are well, than to be moving around campus while you are not well. For more information, visit the TCU Connected Campus website.
- If you test positive we will ask you to move to an isolation space (unless you live in a suite or apartment, have a private bedroom and access to a bathroom for your use only.) If you are moved you will go to an on campus space dedicated for isolation, or to off-campus housing near TCU in a space we have secured for isolation needs. We will get you keys and access to the new room, and transportation if needed. You will not go to class at this time.
- If in isolation we will provide you with sheets and blankets for the bed. You will bring your own pillow and towels, and you will pack a bag with belongings you need for up to 10 days. You will have a care coordinator who will talk with you about the isolation space and all the services we provide, including: meal service, laundry, trash, deliveries to your room of medications or essential items.
- If you are exposed to someone who is positive and you are deemed a close contact, you will be asked to quarantine for up to 14 days. You will do this in the room you live in now. You should monitor your health during this time and report any COVID-19 type symptoms, such as fever, cough or shortness of breath.
You will be well cared for while in isolation. You will have a number you can call at any time, a list of campus resources, Wi-Fi, and a comfortable place to sleep and study. Your cooperation for a short time in an isolation space helps us slow the spread of the virus and it allows us to keep students living on campus.