The University of Texas at Austin is a pre-positioned site to receive and administer COVID-19 vaccines, and the initial phase of vaccinations began in early December.
All UT students, faculty and staff will be able to receive a vaccine when there is sufficient supply, and vaccines are highly encouraged to maintain and ensure the health and safety of the community.
Please continue to stay informed about the university's role in administering the vaccine through the Protect Texas Together website.
Sincere thanks to the Moody College community for persisting through unprecedented challenges. Resilience and preparedness will continue to be key characteristics as we navigate the circumstances endured due to COVID-19, as well as forge the way forward.
Our goal is to “Keep Moody, Moody!”
That means that we will all do everything we can to ensure that all the things that make Moody College so special -- like our interactive and innovative classes and creative and unique learning experiences -- will continue in new formats, despite the challenges we face today.
We hope you will do your part by fully engaging in your classes, fully participating in online events and opportunities, continuing to care for yourself and each other, and making the commitment to Protect Texas Together.
Moody College COVID-19 Risk Mitigation Task Forces
Moody College is widely respected for connected and caring teachers who promote student well-being and maturity. This task forces supports instructors as they re-imagine student learning in the digital space.
This task force is thinking of new ways to help students pursue skills they typically learn in labs and through field work. Additionally, the group seeks to enrich the student experience with virtual visits to corporate offices, agencies, competitions, conventions, tours and other out-of-classroom endeavors.
The faculty, staff working group provides ongoing, proactive support for Moody College students. The task force will also ensure that our most vulnerable students have access to aid and resources.
The task force is developing procedures for safely restarting and continuing research projects. The goal is to enable faculty and students to conduct research and submit new grants in ways that minimize risks to researchers and participants in a changing, uncertain environment.