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Faculty & Staff

Updated: January 6, 2021, 2 p.m. CST

Guide for Sick or Exposed Campus Members

If you are currently sick or think you have been exposed to a person with COVID-19, the Guide for Sick or Exposed Campus Members has information on where to get tested, who should be notified, how to get support, and when it is safe to return to campus.

Keep Teaching is a comprehensive resource to assist with remote instruction. 

  • Each college is determining how to move lab classes online. Please consult with your Dean’s office.
  • Clinical care in medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy and Vet Med is authorized to continue, but please consult with your Dean’s office for additional information.
  • Synchronous courses may be converted for asynchronous delivery. No additional curricular approvals are required for this semester.
  • Any change to the course syllabus must be communicated in advance to students.


The Vice President for Research provides guidance on various research, lab and other considerations on their website. Visit for more information.

Human Resources

The Division of HR is maintaining staff-specific COVID-19 messages and guidance for returning to campus to work and frequently asked questions on the employee page. These resources include frequently asked questions (FAQs) for faculty, staff, and student employees that apply to all of our campuses including Qatar, McAllen, Galveston, and the Health Science Center.

For questions regarding: 

Remote Work Resources

Texas A&M University provides many tools to help you work off-campus. Many of these resources require advance preparation, and we encourage you to learn how to use these resources now. Please work directly with your supervisor and departmental IT staff for resources and needs specific to your area.

A comprehensive list of work-from-home resources and instructions is available at

Parking and Transit Options for Faculty Teaching in Newly Converted Classroom Buildings

Transportation Services has developed a resource that identifies parking options for faculty to access newly converted classroom buildings. Departmentally purchased business permits may be coupled with any valid A&M permits to allow parking in the lots and garages identified as “University Business Authorized” on the Business Parking Map.

Bus route information is available at, for those who wish to access the transit system or to inform students of transit options. AggieMap offers a trip planning feature to help Aggies compare walking, biking, busing and driving between destinations on campus. How to use the Aggie Map for trip planning

Should any faculty or essential staff have difficulty accessing parking in these locations after 5 p.m., contact Transportation Services directly at or 979-862-7275 (PARK) for assistance. 

Travel Guidance

For the latest information about domestic and international travel restrictions and return to campus protocols, visit

Frequently Asked Questions