A resolution to support graduate students was passed during the meeting.
Positivity rates nearly doubled on symptomatic tests during the week before classes.
Concerns were generally about a possible increased risk for the coronavirus spreading.
The new remote pickup and delivery options encourage social distancing among students.
The changes were announced May 6 and universities had around three months to comply.
Around 1% of the 8,000 students tested before living on campus have tested positive, according to an email from the Office of the Provost.
Nursing student Bailee Leathers is volunteering with the testing to get clinical hours.
Dr. Aaron Carroll talked tests, potential closures, party safety and sick roommates.
The university will monitor multiple data points to decide if it can safely remain open.
Students enrolled in online-only classes can apply for a discount.
The university has set aside 563 rooms to isolate students while they quarantine.
The university is “actively considering” testing some or all students upon arrival to campus.
The regulations require international students to return home if they enroll in online-only classes.
Students must get tested and report their results within 10 days before returning to campus.