*Updated April 3, 2020, 3:15 p.m. Shelter in Place Extended Until April 30 for Brazos County

*Updated April 3, 2020, 1:30 p.m. CST

Guidance from Provost Carol Fierke on Summer 2020 courses.

*Updated April 2, 2020, 3:35 p.m. CST

From the Office of New Student & Family Programs regarding Summer 2020 New Student Conferences
“Due to the on-going concerns regarding COVID-19, Texas A&M University has decided to cancel in-person New Student Conferences (NSC) for summer 2020 and move them to a fully virtual experience. Through a virtual format, we will provide content for students and family members that create ways for you to foster virtual communities to help your transition to Texas A&M.
Students will maintain the NSC date for which they are registered, and you will receive access to the virtual content the week of your NSC. We know you have many questions about this new format, and we will work to answer them as we move forward. You will receive direct updates through your personal and Texas A&M Gmail accounts, and we will post up-to-date information on our website as well as through social media platforms.
We have established a website with basic FAQs, such as fees, access and August NSCs, and will continually add information as it becomes known. At this time, email is the best method of communication with our office. Questions by phone will experience a delayed response.
Your patience is appreciated as we work through multiple layers of implementing a virtual experience for 14,000 incoming students and their 16,000 family members/guests. We look forward to creating a positive and supportive experience for you in your transition to Texas A&M. We will be in touch with more information by April 15.”
Further guidance concerning how the Corps of Cadets will conduct virtual NSCs for the Corps and ROTCs will be forthcoming shortly. Please continue to monitor our social media sites for further updates on virtual new student conferences. Also visit tx.ag/CorpsNews for further COVID-19 updates.
Visit the New Student Conference website for the latest announcements and FAQs.
*Updated April 1, 2020, 5:40 p.m. CST
Guidance from Provost Carol Fierke on S/U grading can be found here. Updates to this message are available here and can also be found at provost.tamu.edu.
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For the latest updates and details from the university, visit: tx.ag/COVID19.

Residence Life/Dorm Move Out Instructions, Forms and FAQs can be accessed here.

Uniform Turn-In information is available here.

Previous Updates

From President Michael K Young/Texas A&M University

Texas A&M Responds: COVID-19 News Site or tx.ag/COVIDNews

Texas A&M launches a new site, Texas A&M Responds: COVID-19, that will house the exceptional stories of Aggies persevering during this difficult time. Read the full announcement from President Young here.

Helping Our Students

Texas A&M University and Texas A&M Foundation announce disaster relief fund to support Aggies whose lives have been affected by COVID-19. The Texas A&M Foundation announcement can be accessed here.

Campus Facilities and Operations

President Young issues guidance about impact of shelter in place of residence on campus facilities and operations. View the full message here.

Campus Credits/Refunds

URGENT Housing Guidance

*Update from March 20, 2020 4:00 pm 

The Office of Safety & Security: Timely Warning COVID-19

From the Commandant of Cadets, Brigadier Joe E Ramirez, Jr

Commissioning and Summer Training Guidance 

*Update from March 19, 2020 at 2:22 pm

*Update from March 17, 2020 5:51 pm

*Update from March 16, 2020 4:15 pm

From Provost Carol Fierke

Guidance on Summer 2020 Classes

Temporary Changes to Grading, Q-Drop and Withdrawal Deadlines

*Note: Prior to making any changes, students are encouraged to consult with an academic advisor. Schedule an appointment with Corps Academics at tx.ag/appointments or contact your department directly.

From Governor Greg Abbott

Executive Order from Governor Greg Abbott–March 26, 2020

From Brazos Valley Community Leaders

*Updated April 3, 2020, 3:15 p.m. Shelter in Place Extended Until April 30 for Brazos County

The Shelter in Place order has been extended for Brazos County until April 30

*Updated March 23, 2020, 5:56 p.m. SHELTER IN PLACE ISSUED FOR BRAZOS COUNTY

A shelter in place has been issued for Brazos County to include the cities of Bryan and College Station and Texas A&M University. The Shelter in Place will take effect Tuesday, March 24 at 9pm. Shelter in Place details including what you should and shouldn’t do are available here.