In light of Texas governor Greg Abbot's executive order that schools not offer face-to-face instruction for the next two weeks, all TBS instruction will be done remotely until further notice. Fortunately, TBS has Virtual Instruction Delivery (VID) capabilities that we have been beta testing, so we are prepared to fully embrace the request to make accommodations for alternate instructional arrangements.
The entire TBS team stands ready to make this a seamless and positive learning experience for all faculty and students. Some professors plan to teach from home, and others plan to teach from our TBS studios. Anyone who needs technical assistance should contact the TBS Communications Director.
We encourage students to remain in contact with professor(s). Our office staff are available by phone, email, or text, or by appointment in person if necessary. We do ask that the following persons avoid coming into the office:
Anyone exhibiting any cold, allergy, or flu symptoms (such as runny nose, sneezing, coughing, sore throat, or fever)
Any who believes they are vulnerable to the coronavirus
Anyone who has been traveling and not certain of their own potential carrier status
We trust God in all things and believe good can out of this international health crisis. We also thank everyone for their flexibility and continued pursuit of educational excellence in order to advance God’s kingdom and live as biblical witnesses of faith, hope, and love.