UNT has suspended all university-sponsored international travel until further notice.
Starting Jan. 26, the CDC will require all air travelers to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test or recovery from COVID-19 before boarding flights to the U.S. from any international location. In addition, all faculty, staff or students will be asked to quarantine off campus for 10 days. International students who will be living on campus will be provided with an on-campus quarantine room.
Only domestic travel necessary for essential business continuity will be supported until further notice. Guidelines for essential business continuity travel will be established by the vice presidents of each area.
Faculty, staff or students arriving from any international location will be asked to quarantine off campus for 10 days. International Students who will be living on campus will be provided with an on campus quarantine room.
UNT has asked all employees and students returning from personal international travel, and newly arriving international students, to report their travel to the COVID hotline at 844-366-5892 or email at COVID@unt.edu for instructions on their quarantine period or on-campus quarantine housing.