On Monday, May 4, Texas State Technical College (TSTC) is welcoming a limited number of students, faculty, and staff back to its 10 campuses.


These students are studying in programs that require them to complete hands-on lab work in order to finalize their semester.


According to a news release, “This return to on-campus instruction is specifically authorized by The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, who have identified Career & Technical Education as one area of education that may continue under the governor’s latest Executive Order, GA 16. CTE programs that require hands-on instruction that cannot be delivered online can continue to be delivered, but in strict accordance with CDC guidelines.”


Once on campus, TSTC’s administration has prepared its school to follow the guidelines of the CDC to protect all students, faculty, and staff during the short time they will be on campus.


All must wear face coverings and are to strictly follow the CDC’s guidelines for social distancing.


Additionally, disinfecting products and sanitizers will be available throughout the campus, and the the frequency of cleaning buildings will be increased.


For more information about how TSTC has planned for the return of their students to campus, visit tstc.edu/coronavirus.