COVID-19 Information


August 31, 2020 – The TKU campus status is Level 3 (Maximum Reduction). This level (view all levels) institutes the following: social distancing, mask requirements going to and from class, chapel, and activities, classes held at 35% of maximum occupancy, and classes alternating between on-ground and virtual assembly. Before visiting the TKU Campus, please complete the self-screening form found below.

TKUnited Task Force Report

The TKUnited Task Force has spent the last few months researching, planning, and praying about the best way to return to campus. The objective was to prioritize health and safety while delivering the best possible in-person learning experience. The following report identifies all areas of preparation and recommendations from the task force.


  • TKU Returns to Campus for Fall 2020
    Leadership at The King’s University, with the help of the TKUnited Task Force, has released a plan for returning to…
  • TKU Guide to Returning to Campus
    A phased-in approach to resuming on-campus operations at The King’s University begins June 15 with the phased-in return of employees…

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Frequent Questions

On-Campus Status Levels

The chart below briefly describes the five possible on-campus statuses. At any point throughout the semester, a select number of factors may require TKU to shift on-campus functions into a different status level. The status box at the top of this page will identify the current on-campus level. (click image to enlarge)

Keeping Students Safe
To help keep our community healthy and safe, it is important for you to monitor your health prior to coming to campus so we can work to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Health and Safety Guide
Self-screening form

COVID-19 Positive Test Reporting
If you are a TKU student and have tested positive for COVID-19, please use the link below to notify us.

Report Positive COVID Test

Virtual Learning Request
TKU is allowing students enrolled in on-ground classes the opportunity to attend those classes virtually. If you have health concerns or feel more comfortable attending class virtually, please use the form below.

Virtual Learning Request

COVID-19 Resources

Latest information for Tarrant County
Texas COVID-19 testing locations
Use of face coverings (CDC)

Additional Assistance