COVID-19 Information

TKUnited Task Force

The TKUnited Task Force has dedicated time to researching, planning, and praying about the best way to facilitate on-ground activities. The objective has been to prioritize health and safety while delivering the best possible in-person learning experience.

For more information on how The King’s University is responding to COVID-19, please see the TKUnited Response Plan.

Frequent Questions

TKU COVID News

  • COVID Guidelines: Spring 2022
    The TKUnited Taskforce has made the following COVID guidelines for the Spring 2022 semester at The King’s University: Quarantine Protocols  Individuals who have had tested…
  • Response to Governor Abbott’s Executive Order
    On March 2, 2021, Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order that rescinds the previous orders regarding COVID mitigation strategies. This order…

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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.

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
If you have health concerns, please contact your professor about virtual learning.

COVID-19 Resources

Latest information for Tarrant County
COVID-19 testing locations near me
Use of face coverings (CDC)
COVID-19 Aid Reporting
TKUnited Response Plan