- 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 Thursday morning.
I hope you took advantage of the opportunity yesterday to join the CANS flu shot clinic in the quad. Thank you for taking the time to help keep our community members healthy and safe.
TechCare will continue to offer flu shots at the on-campus clinic, and there are other options for getting your flu shots. The campus health center is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and is located in the Lambright Sports and Wellness Center. If you have any questions or concerns, please call TechCare at 318.257.4866. More information is available online at bit.ly/TechFluShots.
Career Center Fair
With the increase in offerings of online graduate programs many students are choosing to continue their education through graduate and professional schools. The Career Center is hosting a virtual graduate and professional school fair and teacher recruitment day to showcase some external graduate program opportunities.
Sign up through Handshake today for the event on Oct. 29. There are opportunities available for both in and out of state, online, hybrid, and traditional format as well as professional programs like law and medical degrees.
Students can view registered organizations using this link: https://latech.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/19864/student_preview?token=bvpUNhZhhpBTZIn–JkUFY00Yg9L5IgQTC_AT_0pDeVzFCH23VlNWw
COVID-19 testing continues
Remember that the Louisiana Army National Guard will conduct screening tests from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and tomorrow at the Argent Alumni Pavilion. Registering ahead of time will help speed things along. Register online at https://www.doineedacovid19test.com/Ruston_LA_1462.html and print your testing voucher ahead of time.
Our Café Q&A this week will provide an opportunity to hear from Department of Education civil rights attorney Tokufumi Noda at 10 a.m. Friday. Noda will present “Access for People with Disabilities to Online Programs and Resources.” This presentation is only offered live and will not be recorded.
Ensuring our class materials are accessible for all students is an important part of our diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. Please make plans to join the session at https://latech.zoom.us/j/5946071030 and find out more about our responsibility to provide educational access to all our students.