COVID-19/Coronavirus Resources for the Tuskegee University Community
Tuskegee University officials — in conjunction with state, regional and national health agencies — continue to monitor developments as they relate to COVID-19, also referred to as the Coronavirus. The virus has affected countries around the world, including the United States. For daily updates on the international outbreak, follow the daily World Health Organization Situation Report.
This site serves to update students, employees, parents and the surrounding community on the university’s response to public health guidance regarding the Coronavirus. These efforts are being coordinated by the university’s Community Health Task Force. Tuskegee University continues to monitor and respond to all updates and recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as the Alabama Public Health Department, to ensure preparedness and the health and safety of our campus community. Read our Return-to-Campus Roadmap Policies and Procedures.
COVID-19 Response - Latest Updates...
January 3, 2022: Faculty Return to Campus and COVID-19 Testing
December 28, 2021: Communication regarding registration process for Spring 2022 Semester
December 30, 2021: Statement from the University: Tuskegee University continues to monitor the spread of the omicron variant and the latest data on the potential for serious disease and/or hospitalizations due to SARS COV2 (virus that causes COVID-19). As of today, we do not believe a delay to be the best response at this juncture. All students and their families should pay attention to their Tuskegee University email for the latest updates.
December 17, 2021: Message from President Morris to Campus Community
December 17, 2021: Student Affairs releases Spring 2022 Semester Operations to Students
December 17, 2021: University releases Spring 2022 Semester Operations to Faculty
December 17, 2021: University publishes Spring 2022 COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement for Employees.
September 22, 2021: President Morris issues message on OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard regarding Vaccinations for Employees.
September 8, 2021: President Morris releases an update to the campus community regarding football games and athletic events.
August 2, 2021: Tuskegee University releases its Updated COVID-19 Policies and Procedures.
Tiger Alert for Emergency Communications...
Tuskegee University students and employees are encouraged to enroll in Tiger Alert, our primary source of communication during emergencies, at https://www.myschoolcast.com/go/tu. If already enrolled, please confirm your enrollment, as this is how we will communicate important and time-sensitive emergency information. If your email address or phone number has changed, please go online and update that information.