- Return to campus plan
- CARES Act
- Safe health practices in response to the coronavirus pandemic
- Campus planning for COVID-19 positive testing results
- Tech answers the COVID-19 challenge
- UPDATED State Travel Guidelines
- Travel Guidance from ULS
- COVID-19 ULS Directives
- Guidance from Louisiana Department of Health
- Online instruction considerations
- Guide for Teleworking
Dear campus community,
Good Saturday morning.
Today, I have the opportunity to share some great news with you. The Louisiana Army National Guard will remain with us for another week to conduct COVID-19 testing.
Free screening tests will continue from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday of this week at Argent Pavilion. Register online at https://www.doineedacovid19test.com/Ruston_LA_1462.html and print your testing voucher ahead of time. Help us continue to slow the spread. Get tested! It’s quick, easy and very important.
Monday, Oct. 26, we will begin training on the Workday enterprise resource management system. The training will begin with a small group of employees, and all employees will be able to engage in the training program beginning Nov. 3. If you are an employee of Tech, you will need to know how to use Workday by January!
Training will be delivered in-person and via Zoom through mid-January, and we’ll share a list of the sessions that you can enroll in online. We will keep the in-person classes in small groups in order to maintain appropriate physical distancing.
On Moodle, we will share Workday guides beginning Dec. 1. These training sessions will be delivered in the same way we deliver our quarterly safety training. The Workday Learning Lab (Prescott Memorial Library room 1015) will be available once we are live in Workday for assistance.
For more information about the training, email Jessica Comfort (email@example.com) or Cristy Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org). Be sure to see the Workday email update sent out by Lisa Cole on Friday for more info.
I hope to see many of you at The Joe tonight when our Bulldogs take on C-USA foe Marshall University. The game will begin at 5 p.m. and will be aired on the CBS Sports Network as well. Wear your masks and practice the appropriate physical distancing in the stadium. Let’s go, Dogs!
Enjoy your weekend, and take some time to rest and relax.