Student News and Updates (student email) — March 23, 2020

Library services

McFarlin Library will continue to support learning and research throughout this period of change with a variety of virtual services and resources.

Virtual services include remote research help, online resources like databases, e-journals and e-books and research guides and interlibrary loan.

You can log into My Library Account to view and renew library materials that you have checked out through the library. There will also be limited book/material pick-ups.

Contact April Schweikhard at if you need more information or have questions.

Bookstore closed

TU’s Campus Bookstore is operating virtually until further notice. The bookstore is fulfilling online orders through Ground shipping is free for online orders.

The rental check-in date has been moved to May 26. Rental returns will ship free.

If you have questions or concerns, please email

Productively managing stress

Collins Fitness Center wants to help students manage stress and stay moving during an anxious time.

Keep your mind sharp and your body active. Breathe, run or stretch it out at home.

How Mindfulness Can Help You Navigate the Coronavirus Panic

Staying Physically Active During the COVID-19 Pandemic

How to Run Safely Amid Coronavirus Concerns

At Home Workouts

Call for statements of support

Congratulations to Kevin Harris, Dave Kobel, Adriana Rivers and Cristina Smith Williams! They have been nominated for the Q4 Pillar Awards as exemplifying the TU Commitment.

Send in your story of how they have positively impacted you or someone you know on campus. All submissions will be included as statements of support in the nominees’ files before final consideration in the review process.

Statements of support for Q4 nominees are due by April 3.