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Return to Campus Plan
August 5, 2020
As we draw closer to students returning to campus, Tech’s vision for the semester is coming into clearer focus. Tech’s commitment to plans for how the semester will begin and end is the topic of today’s update from President Oldham.
July 29, 2020
SOAR student and parents continue to express their appreciation and satisfaction with on-campus orientation. About two and a half weeks into the schedule, the attendance rates remain high. This year, over 50 more students over last year signed up for orientation. The freshman class is excited to be here.
As we welcome our freshmen, we also are pleased to let our spring and summer graduates celebrate in style at commencement on Aug. 8. You can find all the details at www.tntech.edu/commencement.
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July 22, 2020
Return to Tech Update
As we approach fall semester, we are increasing our scheduled communication with campus and sharing Return to Tech information on a newly formatted page to make new and important information easier to find.
Each Wednesday at 10 a.m., beginning today, we will post updates related to news, guidance and protocols about the fall semester.
Today, President Oldham shares a message about how the university is approaching fall semester.
July 21, 2020
Tech, in cooperation with the Putnam County Health Department, has completed the testing of its football team for the COVID-19 virus. The football student-athletes returned as a team to the Tech athletic facilities on July 12, and testing began the next day. No team workouts have been held.
Tech’s Athletic Department followed a protocol consistent with the Ohio Valley Conference and NCAA guidance to establish safety practices and test athletes, coaches and staff.
Some student-athletes and staff received positive tests and are under quarantine. The university conducted contact tracing and notified anyone who was in close contact by CDC standards.
To minimize risk to individuals and the public, Tennessee Tech University will comply with local, state and federal regulations and guidance from public health authorities. These measures may change, sometimes on short notice, as conditions change on and off our campus.