Texas State University will hold all classes virtually for the first two-weeks of the spring semester because of the omicron surge. TSU President Denise Trauth made the announcement on Monday. All classes will be online from January 18th to the 30th. Trauth says TSU campuses and offices will stay open, and will offer services either in-person or virtually. The library, dining, residence hall services, transportation services, recreation centers, student center, and student health center will be open as well. Masks are requested.