COVID-19 Communication

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Fall 2021 fREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We will continue to update the FAQs as additional information becomes available, so please check back as you need.

What is Dordt’s current stance regarding Covid-19 vaccines?

Covid-19 vaccines are not required. Students, faculty, and staff are highly encouraged to consider getting vaccinated for Covid-19.

What protocols should students be aware of regarding Covid-19 for the 2021-22 academic year?

Students must submit one of the following through their Online Student Health Portal:

  • Documentation of a negative Covid-19 test (PCR or antigen/rapid) obtained within 72 hours prior to arrival on campus.
  • Documentation of a positive Covid-19 test dated May 16 or after.
  • Documentation of a positive SARS-CoV-2 antibody test dated May 16 or after.
  • Documentation of Covid-19 vaccination.

Students, if you would like more details and instructions for submitting information, visit https://u.dordt.edu/dordt/student-health-counseling and click the “Return to Campus COVID Requirement” link.

I received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine when Dordt held a vaccine clinic back in the spring. Is that eligible as a Covid-19 vaccine?

Students who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as part of our vaccination clinic on campus have met the return to campus Covid-19 requirement and do not need to upload any additional documentation.

I tested positive for Covid-19 in the past 90 days. What should I do?

Students who have had a positive Covid-19 test within the past 90 days should upload their positive test results to the portal.

I tested positive for Covid-19 in the 10 days before I am supposed to come to campus. What should I do?

Please plan to stay home until your full 10 days of isolation are completed. Email health@dordt.edu, and provide your expected return to campus date. Your professors will be notified of your late arrival.

I received a Covid-19 vaccination off-campus. What steps do I need to take to make sure Student Health gets a copy of my vaccination records?

Students who received Covid-19 vaccinations off campus should do the following:

  • Upload a copy of your Covid-19 vaccination record under the “upload” tab of the student health portal
  • Enter dates of your Covid-19 vaccine(s) under the “immunization” tab of the student health portal.  If you have only had one vaccine, please enter that date, we will be posting information on our website for where you can get a second dose in Sioux Center.

I only have one Pfizer or Moderna shot so far. Do I need to get a negative Covid-19 test?

Students who are partially vaccinated with one dose of Pfizer or Moderna are not required to provide documentation of a negative Covid-19 test.

Students, if you develop Covid-19 symptoms prior to being fully vaccinated, please get tested for Covid-19 and stay home until results become available.

Does Dordt accept take home Covid-19 tests?

Yes, we accept both PCR and antigen tests. You'll want to confirm which test is used, and that the results contain your name and birthdate.

Where can I get tested for Covid-19 in Sioux Center?

You can register for a take home Covid-19 test free of charge through Test Iowa. Visit testiowa.com for more information. A testing locator map at coronavirus.iowa.gov helps Iowans find testing near them by entering a city or zip code.

The map includes all Test Iowa test kit pick-up sites, and locations across the state where in-person testing is available. The tool also includes an overview of the types of tests offered and associated costs. The testing locator will be updated regularly as more locations are submitted by providers.  

Samples dropped off Monday-Friday at The Woodbury County, Siouxland District Health Department: 1014 Nebraska Street, Sioux City, will be collected and delivered daily to the State Hygienic Lab by a contracted courier service.  

Samples dropped off in the Dordt mail room by 3 p.m. (Monday through Friday) will be delivered by UPS.

There are several options regarding Covid-19 testing in Sioux Center.

  • Sioux Center Health offers antigen or PCR testing; it costs $50. To receive the test, stop by registration at the hospital Monday - Friday from 9-11 a.m., and a lab technician will be available to assist you. Turnaround time is 2-5 days. 
  • Hy-Vee offers free, contactless Covid-19 lab testing with an appointment. To register for a Covid-19 test, visit https://www.doineedacovid19test.com/. 
  • Walmart and Hy-Vee offer take home Covid-19 tests for purchase.

What details can you share about antibody testing, and where can I receive antibody testing in Sioux Center?

Student Health will accept antibody tests that were drawn within the last 90 days. An antibody test can show whether a patient was infected with the Covid-19 virus in the past. Antibodies are proteins your body makes to fight infections. The rapid antibody test will help assess if patients have antibodies to the virus that causes Covid-19. An antibody test does not show if a patient has a current infection, because it can take one to three weeks after infection to make antibodies. To test current infection, it is recommended that patients take either the rapid antigen test or the lab test (molecular PCR).

Antibody testing is available in Sioux Center at two locations. First, Sioux Center Health offers antibody testing; it costs $80 at time of service and may be covered by insurance; patients should contact their insurance company for more information. No appointment is needed. Turnaround time is one to two days. You may walk in and register at the patient registration desk; ask for the Covid-19 antibody testing. Second, Hy-Vee offers the rapid antigen test. This test costs $25 and will provide results within 15 minutes. An appointment is needed; no walk-ins are allowed. Schedule online for an appointment: https://www.hy-vee.com/my-pharmacy/services/covid-19-testing#rapidAntibodySection and register for the test here: https://scrcxp.pdhi.com/Portal/Member/6458e5d4-03bc-4036-aad7-03870e11dcb7

Does Dordt have record of my Covid-19 vaccine already?

We are happy to help – please go to https://u.dordt.edu/dordt/student-health-counseling and click the “Return to Campus COVID Requirement” link for more details on how to check your records.

Where can I get a Covid-19 vaccine in Sioux Center?

The simplest way to find a Covid-19 vaccine in Sioux Center is to utilize this link, which provide the Covid-19 vaccinate locations in Sioux Center (51250). You can choose which of the three vaccines you are looking for. The list of locations for each vaccine provides links to the location's website, where families can get information about walk-ins / appointments, hours, costs (e.g., some charge insurance an administration fee for vaccinations), and if the vaccines are currently in stock. 

What are Dordt’s quarantine practices for the fall semester?

It is highly likely that we will inevitably have positive cases of Covid-19 on campus this fall. If or when that happens, we will need to take quarantine measures.

Please be aware that our quarantine plans have changed. If you are vaccinated and need to quarantine, you will receive complimentary housing and food, just like last year. However, if you are unvaccinated and need to quarantine, you will have some financial responsibility to cover the difference between the standard cost of Dordt’s room/board and additional accommodation costs incurred due to quarantining.

Students, we will share more details with you as they become available.

Will Dordt conduct contact tracing this fall?

We will not conduct contact tracing in the same manner as it was done during the 2020-21 academic year. However, it is important to contain spread of the Covid-19 virus on campus, and for that reason, we will comply with the Iowa Department of Public Health guidelines recommending quarantine for all household members (e.g., roommates). In certain situations, this may also include siblings and significant others where there is prolonged close contact.

Why should I consider getting the Covid-19 vaccine? 

Our goal for the 2021-22 academic year is to have as normal—meaning, like things were before there were ever Covid-19 mitigation practices—of a year as possible. One of the best ways to do that is to get the Covid-19 vaccine.

According to the latest data, the Delta variant of Covid-19 is said to be four times more contagious than the alpha Covid-19 virus, and the people infected by the Delta variant are twice as likely to be hospitalized. Plus, there is an increase in the number of 18- to 22-year-olds who are being hospitalized due to the Delta variant—more so than with the alpha Covid-19 virus. Those who are unvaccinated and contract Covid-19 are more likely to have worse health effects, too.

These are just a few reasons why you should consider getting the Covid-19 vaccine. It’s free, and it’s readily available at most drugstores. Therefore, while we are not requiring students to get the Covid-19 vaccine, we strongly believe it is one of the best steps we can take to help with ending the Delta variant and returning to the everyday freedoms we all enjoy.

What about masking on campus this fall?

We are anticipating that we will be mask-free this academic year, while still supporting those who choose to wear a mask. There might be situations where students will need a mask while out in the community, so please plan to bring masks with you to campus.


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Institutional Portion

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ARP ACT HIGHER EDUCATION EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND STATEMENT

STUDENT PORTION

Second report: October 10, 2021

To assist students who have demonstrated exceptional financial need, Dordt University is distributing emergency government grant funding via the ARP Act. The ARP Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund-IHE/Student Aid supplies funding for institutions to provide emergency financial aid grants to qualifying students.
 
The ARP act requires all colleges and universities participating in the program to provide access to the following information.
 
On April 22, 2020, Dordt signed and returned to the Department of Education the CARES Act Certification and Agreement. Section (a)(1) of the ARP Act falls under this same agreement and the university agrees that it has used the same amount in financial aid grants to students from the new ARP Act funds that it was required to provide under the original CARES Act Student Aid Portion award.
 
The total amount of funds that the university has received from the Department pursuant to the institution’s Certification and Agreement [for] Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students under the ARP Act is $1,444,684.
 
The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section (a)(1) of the ARP Act as of the date of submission is $887,700.
 
The estimated total number of students at the institution eligible for the ARP Act Student grant funds is 2,322.
 
The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under Section (a)(1) of the ARP Act is 852.
 
The university‘s method of distribution was based on students Expected Family Contribution (EFC) as determined by the FAFSA and other relevant financial information as shared with the Dordt University Financial Aid Office by the student.
 
Dordt University sent out the following email to qualifying students concerning the Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

Dear Dordt University Student,

Dordt University has received funds through the American Rescue Plan (ARP). A portion of these funds are intended to provide direct financial relief to students struggling with personal and family finances due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dordt University is awarding these emergency federal grants based on 2021-22 FAFSA data, other relevant account information, and/or completed applications detailing unique or special circumstances impacting our students.

This email serves as your notice that you have been awarded funds through the American Rescue Plan.

This grant does not need to be repaid, and you are not required to substantiate your expenses. These funds may be used for any portion of your cost of attendance, or for emergency costs that arise due to the coronavirus such as tuition, food, housing, course materials, technology, health care (including mental health care) and child-care expenses.

You have the option to receive a check, or you can apply these funds directly to your current or future account balance. You can find the amount of your current award and select your method of receipt by clicking on the following link: https://u.dordt.edu/arp-credit

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:

Harlan Harmelink at 712-722-6082 or Harlan.Harmelink@Dordt.edu

Brenda Postma at 712-722-6010 or Brenda.Postma@Dordt.edu

Thank you,

Dordt University Business Office and Financial Aid Office

ARP ACT Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Statement

Student portion

First report: September 17, 2021

To assist students who have demonstrated exceptional financial need, Dordt University is distributing emergency government grant funding via the ARP Act. The ARP Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund-IHE/Student Aid supplies funding for institutions to provide emergency financial aid grants to qualifying students.

The ARP act requires all colleges and universities participating in the program to provide access to the following information.

On April 22, 2020, Dordt signed and returned to the Department of Education the CARES Act Certification and Agreement. Section (a)(1) of the ARP Act falls under this same agreement and the university agrees that it has used the same amount in financial aid grants to students from the new ARP Act funds that it was required to provide under the original CARES Act Student Aid Portion award.

The total amount of funds that the university has received from the Department pursuant to the institution’s Certification and Agreement [for] Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students under the ARP Act is $1,444,684.

The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section (a)(1) of the ARP Act as of the date of submission is $40,000.

The estimated total number of students at the institution eligible for the ARP Act Student grant funds is 2,321.

The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under Section (a)(1) of the ARP Act is 14.

The university‘s method of distribution was based on students Expected Family Contribution (EFC) as determined by the FAFSA and other relevant financial information as shared with the Dordt University Financial Aid Office by the student.

Dordt University sent out the following email to qualifying students concerning the Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

Dear Dordt University Student,

Dordt University has received funds through the American Rescue Plan (ARP). A portion of these funds are intended to provide direct financial relief to students struggling with personal and family finances due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dordt University is awarding these emergency federal grants based on 2021-22 FAFSA data, other relevant account information, and/or completed applications detailing unique or special circumstances impacting our students.

This email serves as your notice that you have been awarded funds through the American Rescue Plan.

This grant does not need to be repaid, and you are not required to substantiate your expenses. These funds may be used for any portion of your cost of attendance, or for emergency costs that arise due to the coronavirus such as tuition, food, housing, course materials, technology, health care (including mental health care) and child-care expenses.

You have the option to receive a check, or you can apply these funds directly to your current or future account balance. You can find the amount of your current award and select your method of receipt by clicking on the following link: https://u.dordt.edu/arp-credit

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:

Harlan Harmelink at 712-722-6082 or Harlan.Harmelink@Dordt.edu

Brenda Postma at 712-722-6010 or Brenda.Postma@Dordt.edu

Thank you,

Dordt University Business Office and Financial Aid Office

CRRSAA Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Statement

Student Portion

First and final report: June 7, 2021

To assist students who have demonstrated exceptional financial need, Dordt University is distributing emergency government grant funding via the CRRSA Act. The CRRSAA Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund-IHE/Student Aid supplies funding for institutions to provide emergency financial aid grants to qualifying students.

CRRSAA requires all colleges and universities participating in the program to provide access to the following information.

On April 22, 2020, Dordt signed and returned to the Department of Education the CARES Act Certification and Agreement. Section 314(a)(1) of CRRSAA falls under this same agreement and the university agrees that it has used the same amount in financial aid grants to students from the new CRRSAA funds that it was required to provide under the original CARES Act Student Aid Portion award.

The total amount of funds that the university has received from the Department pursuant to the institution’s Certification and Agreement [for] Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students under CRRSAA is $541,218.

The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section 314(a)(1) of CRRSAA as of the date of submission is $541,218.

The estimated total number of students at the institution eligible for CRRSAA Student grant funds is 1954.

The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under Section 314(a)(1) of CRRSAA is 581.

The university‘s method of distribution was based on students Expected Family Contribution (EFC) as determined by the FAFSA to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants, and how much they would receive under Section 314(a)(1) of CRRSAA.  Remaining funds were distributed to students who had additional financial need.

Expected Family Contribution Band

 
0 - 5,711  
Award $1,000
5,712 - 15,000  
Award $750
15,001 - 20,000  
Award $500

Dordt University sent out the following email to qualifying students concerning the Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

Dear Student,

Dordt University has received funds through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA). This Act requires that a portion of these funds be made available through an emergency financial aid grant to students with exceptional need.

Dordt has elected to use completed 2020-21 FAFSA and other relevant account information as criteria for allocating these funds to eligible students.

Based on your information you have been awarded funds through CRRSAA.

This grant does not need to be repaid, and you are not required to substantiate your expenses. These funds may be used for any portion of your cost of attendance, or for emergency costs that arise due to the coronavirus such as tuition, food, housing, course materials, technology, health care (including mental health care) and child-care expenses.

You have the option to receive a check or apply these funds to your current or future tuition account balances.  To find the amount of your award and to select your method of receipt, please click on the following link https://u.dordt.edu/dordt/business/crrsaa.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:

Harlan Harmelink at 712-722-6082 or Harlan.Harmelink@Dordt.edu

Brenda Postma at 712-722-6010 or Brenda.Postma@Dordt.edu

Thank you,

Dordt University Business Office and Financial Aid Office

CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Statement

Student Portion

First and final report: June 1, 2020

To assist students who have been impacted financially, Dordt University is distributing emergency government grant funding via the CARES Act. The CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund-IHE/Student Aid supplies funding for institutions to provide emergency financial aid grants to on-campus students who have been impacted by disrupted campus operations due to COVID-19, many of whom are facing financial challenges and are struggling to make ends meet.

The CARES Act requires all colleges and universities participating in the program to provide access to the following information.

On April 22, 2020, Dordt signed and returned to the Department of Education the CARES Act Certification and Agreement. This document is an assurance that the university has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

The total amount of funds that the university will receive or has received from the Department pursuant to the institution’s Certification and Agreement [for] Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students is $541,218.

The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act as of the date of submission is $541,218.

The estimated total number of students at the institution eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and thus eligible to receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act is 886.

The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act is 565.

The university ‘s method of evaluating eligibility was based on the student being Title IV eligible and based off of the students Expected Family Contribution (EFC) as determined by the FAFSA to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants, and how much they would receive under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act.  Remaining funds will be distributed to students who have shown additional financial need as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Expected Family Contribution Band Award
0 - 6,000

$1,200

6,001 - 18,000 $750
18,001 - 30,000 $300

Dordt University will send out the following letter to qualifying students concerning the Emergency Financial Aid Grants:

Dear Student,

We realize that many of our students are facing financial challenges due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.  To address the pressing financial need of students, Dordt University has received funds through the CARES Act that we are making available to you via an emergency financial aid grant.  This grant does not need to be repaid, and you are not required to substantiate your expenses; it is for your expenses related to the disruption of campus (food, housing, course materials, technology, health care and child-care expenses).

As a current student you may also be eligible to receive aid from the Hope Fund.  This is a separate fund provided by generous gifts from students and donors.  If you would like to apply, please use https://u.dordt.edu/hope-fund.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call Harlan Harmelink at 712-722-6082 or Brenda Postma at 712-722-6010.

Thank you,

Dordt University Business Office


Previous announcements:


Campus Communication on Novel-Coronavirus (COVID-19)

February 3, 2020

What is novel-coronavirus (COVID-19)?

COVID-19 is a newly identified coronavirus that is causing an outbreak of pneumonia related illness. It was first identified in December 2019, in the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.

Since then, the virus has been identified in multiple other countries, including 11 current cases in the United States.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), human coronaviruses are common throughout the world and usually cause mild to moderate illness in people. This new virus is a public health concern because:

  • It is newly identified, so much is still unknown about it.
  • Two other human coronaviruses, MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV, have caused severe illness in recent health concerns.
What is the risk?

The World Health Organization has declared this a Public Health Emergency.  However, the immediate health risk to the general US public is considered low at this time. The CDC and the World Health Organization are closely monitoring the situation and providing ongoing guidance. 

Symptoms and transmission:

Symptoms may be flu-like, ranging from mild to serious, and include:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Difficulty breathing.

Person-to-person spread is occurring, although it’s unclear exactly how it is transmitted and how easily the virus spreads between people.

Travel Advisory:

The U.S. State Department has issued a level 4 travel alert (travel not advised) for all parts of China. 

Dordt University officials and The Global Education office are watching developments closely.  Questions concerning the potential effect of the illness on study abroad programs may be directed to Rebecca Tervo.

Treatment:

People infected with 2019-nCoV should receive supportive care to help relieve symptoms. Currently, there is no specific antiviral treatment recommended for 2019-nCoV infection (source: CDC).

Prevention:

There is no vaccine to prevent this virus, and the CDC advises that the best way to prevent infection is to avoid being exposed to this virus.

Here are everyday actions to help prevent the spread of Novel-Coronavirus and all respiratory viruses:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.  Return to regular activities (including work or class) when you have been fever-free, without the use of medications, for 24 hours.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
Recommendations for people with respiratory symptoms:
If you have symptoms of fever, cough, and/or difficulty breathing and in the 14 days prior to onset of symptoms you:
  • Traveled to Hubei Province where Wuhan is located
  • Visited mainland China
  • Have had close contact with a laboratory-confirmed 2019-nCoV patient
You should:
  • Seek medical care right away. Before you go to a doctor’s office or emergency room, call ahead and tell them about your recent travel or contacts and your symptoms. Sioux Center Health’s Emergency Department can be reached at 712-722-1271, Physician Offices at 712-722-2609.
  • Avoid contact with others.
  • Do not travel while sick. Please do not use public transportation or just arrive at a health care facility without calling ahead.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing.
  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available
  • Student Health and Counseling offers advice by phone (712-722-6990) during our business hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, to help save students and staff a trip to the Emergency Department.  

Kind Regards,
Robert Taylor, Dean of Students
Beth Baas, Director, Student Health and Counseling


COVID-19 DASHBOARD

What is quarantine? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “quarantine is used to keep someone who might have been exposed to Covid-19 away from others. Quarantine helps prevent spread of disease that can occur before a person knows they are sick or if they are infected with the virus without feeling symptoms.” Anyone who is exposed to a person who has tested positive for Covid-19 – is within six feet for more than 15 minutes – must quarantine if possible. A person in quarantine must remain exclusively in the assigned space for 14 days since his or her last contact with a person with Covid-19.

What is isolation? Those who test positive with Covid-19 must isolate for 10 days from the date of the positive test if asymptomatic, or for 10 days from the onset of symptoms, and be symptom-free for 24 hours before returning to home. To learn more, visit the CDC’s website.

The university will provide limited isolation and quarantine housing for infected students. Students living within 250 miles of Dordt should quarantine at home until they have met the conditions for their return. For infected students who live further than 250 miles, Dordt is providing isolation and quarantine housing. For more information, please see our "Roadmap for Reopening."

Covid-19 Student Case Reports (SPRING 2021)

Dordt University maintains this dashboard to update the community on the number of positive Covid-19 cases among students as well as the number of students who are in quarantine or isolation. The dashboard will be updated twice a week.

May 3, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on campus): 2

Students on campus in quarantine or isolation: 11

April 29, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 2

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 10

April 26, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 0

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 1

April 22, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 2

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 9

April 19, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 3

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 13

April 15, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 3

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 13

April 12, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 0

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 2

April 8, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 0

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 0

April 5, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 1

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 5

April 1, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 2

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 5

March 29, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 2

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 11

March 25, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 3

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 22

March 22, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 3

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 9

March 18, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 4

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 14

March 15, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 5

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 15

March 11, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 4

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 20

March 8, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 3

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 19

March 4, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 3

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 9

March 1, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 4

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 9

February 25, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 1

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 3

February 22, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 0

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 2

February 18, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 0

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 0

February 15, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 1

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 5

February 11, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 2

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 9

February 8, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 1

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 5

February 4, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 1

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 6

February 1, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 0

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 6

January 28, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 0

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 1

January 25, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 0

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 3

January 21, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 0

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 2

January 18, 2021

Active positive Covid-19 cases (students on-campus): 0

Students on-campus in quarantine or isolation: 0

Covid-19 Student Case Reports (Fall 2020)

November 23, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 0
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 18

November 19, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 4
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 39

November 16, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 12
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 48

November 12, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 14
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 65

November 9, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 12
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 71

November 5, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 10
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 59

November 2, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 13
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 56

October 29, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 7
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 41

October 26, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 6
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 26

October 22, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 4
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 30

October 19, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 3
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 23

October 15, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 8
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 35

October 12, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 8
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 44

October 8, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 8
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 84

October 5, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 20
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 80

October 1, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 21
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 134

September 28, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 18
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 135

September 24, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 17
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 57

September 21, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 8
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 63

September 17, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 0
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 9

September 14, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 0
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 4

September 10, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 2
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 24

September 7, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 3
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 38

September 3, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 28
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 78

September 1, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 24
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 64

August 25, 2020

  • Active positive Covid-19 cases (students): 9
  • Students in quarantine or isolation: 27