Our Commitment to a Safe Return
The Texas Tech University System and our universities are committed to a safe reopening of our campuses and work locations for our students, faculty, staff and stakeholders through a phased-in approach that allows all to return with confidence and the ability to balance our commitment to advancing higher education and health care with our commitment to keeping our people safe.
Message from Chancellor Tedd L. Mitchell, M.D.
“Now that we are returning to the TTU System Building and our office locations, our commitment to one another has never been more important. We are dedicated to providing a safe return-to-work environment for everyone on our team; however, we also need your help in ensuring our success. Returning to our office locations requires us all to take health and safety seriously. We must all do our part and take care of each other.
“And by doing so, we are living our shared values in taking care of our community and putting people first.”
We are excited to welcome you back!
Texas Tech University System Administration Safe Return Plans
Due to COVID-19, the TTU System Building and work locations for the Texas Tech University System Administration will be following protocols recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the State of Texas. Upon entering the TTU System Building or your work location, we ask you to please comply with the following guidelines:
- • If you are sick or not feeling well, please stay home
- • Limit public gatherings to 10 or fewer individuals
- • Utilize hand sanitizing stations and thoroughly wash hands frequently
- • Maintain 6-feet of social distancing
- • Obey all posted rules for common areas and shared spaces
- • Require all employees and visitors to wear cloth face coverings when outside of their personal workspaces, as outlined in the TTU System facial covering policy
- • Live our shared values to help take care of each other
Additional information can be found in the detailed plan for the Texas Tech University System Administration. Further questions for Texas Tech University System Administration employees may be addressed by department supervisors and respective Vice Chancellors.
Last updated: June 24, 2020, 2:30 p.m. CT