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Update your information for Pioneer Alert system

As the semester rolls on, it’s a good time to update your contact information to ensure you receive Pioneer Alert notifications.

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TWU announces changes to COVID-19 protocols

Now that we are in a more manageable phase of the pandemic, the university is continuing its gradual return to pre-pandemic operations.

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Preventing heat-related illness

Without proactive prevention techniques, you could be at risk for heat-related illness, especially if you plan to enjoy the outdoors this summer.

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Risk Management notes youth program requirements

Departments or programs that host camps, activities, or events specifically for children and/or teens must meet university requirements for these youth programs.

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Take steps before storms hit

TWU Emergency Management’s Severe Weather Guide provides information and resources to help you weather these spring storms.

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COVID-19 contact tracing process changes

TWU’s contact tracing team now will focus on cases related to those who have potentially been exposed to COVID-19 while on campus.

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TWU offers COVID-19 testing options

Texas Woman’s will offer several COVID-19 testing options for faculty, staff, and students at the start of the spring semester.

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Spring 2022 semester to begin on schedule

Texas Woman’s will not delay the start of classes for the spring 2022 semester, but plans remain fluid.

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Mandatory COVID-19 testing program ending

TWU’s mandatory COVID-19 testing program for employees and students will end Thursday, Dec. 9.

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Maintain COVID-19 preventative measures during holidays

While the rate of COVID-19 infections appears to be leveling off, officials are urging caution for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.

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