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College of Medicine COVID-19


As the situation with the COVID-19 virus continues to evolve, our focus at the College of Medicine is protecting students, faculty, staff and patients from exposure to infection and illness. To that end, our education, research, clinical and community missions are changing daily. Please continue to check this page for the latest information about the virus and the college's response.

COVID-19 Reporting Tools

The College of Medicine is committed to providing a safe learning environment that meets and exceeds the educational needs of its students. We are dedicated to anticipating student expectations while quickly and efficiently responding to concerns as they arise. Below are three different reporting mechanisms that are constantly monitored and addressed. Additionally, all student clinical participation algorithms will be linked below for ease of use and convenience. As always, any concerns regarding the learning environment can also be submitted at the College of Medicine Aggie Awareness website.

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COVID-19 Reporting Form

Required for COM faculty, staff, and students who test positive for COVID-19. May also be utilized for questions or concerns regarding COVID-19.

COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form

All TAMU faculty, staff, and students are required to report positive COVID-19 test results and notify their professors or supervisors.

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COVID-19 Anonymous Feedback Form

Use this link to submit anonymous comments regarding COVID-19 directly to the COM Faculty Advisory Committee

Approved Re-Entry Process


The College of Medicine is committed to keeping all of our faculty, staff, and students as safe as possible during the challenging times of COVID-19. With the well-being and safety of all of our constituents coming as our number one priority, our number two priority is our clinical, educational, and research missions. The below-specified re-entry processes have been developed collaboratively from dedicated working groups in an effort to allow for the phasing back in of many of our college’s activities. We acknowledge that this process is subject to change on a daily basis and that plans to withdraw our constituents in the event of a resurgence are being developed.

Approved Re-Entry Processes (PDF)

Resurgence Contingency Plan


The purpose of this document is to provide a contingency plan regarding the resurgence of COVID-19 for the Texas A&M College of Medicine in the event of a significant surge of sick patients into our health care systems, a significant change in our Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) supply, and/or rising safety concerns for our faculty, staff, and students.

COM COVID-19 Resurgence Contingency Plan (PDF)