This dashboard represents COVID tests administered by Catholic University in the Fall 2021 semester.

Note: First results were added on Sep. 3, 2021. As of Sep. 10, testing data was updated on Tuesdays and Fridays. The final update for the Fall 2021 semester was added on December 21, 2021.

Tests and Results of Catholic University Administered Tests

The chart below shows the number of COVID-19 tests administered by Catholic University, as well as the number of positive results. The chart is updated twice a week — on Tuesday and Friday.

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Total Positive Cases since Aug. 9, 2021
Students living on campus: 50
Students living off campus: 37

Total Tests since Aug. 9, 2021

Estimated Recovered

Estimated Active
Active on campus: 12
Active off campus: 24



Self-Reported Results of Off-Campus Testing

The chart below shows the number of Catholic University students who have self-reported positive COVID-19 test results from an off-campus testing center. The nature, quality, and reliability of testing conducted independent of the University can vary widely, with different chances for false positives. We are including this information in our regular reporting in the interest of full transparency, hoping it will continue to inform sound decision making on the part of all members of the community.

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Total Positive Self-Reported Cases since Aug. 9, 2021
Students living on campus: 11
Students living off campus: 45

Estimated Recovered

Estimated Active
Active on campus: 5
Active off campus: 8

Students who receive a positive COVID test result from an off-campus testing center should inform the Dean of Students so that we can provide support. We encourage students to also contact Student Health Services for additional medical guidance or if their condition is worsening or not improving. Faculty and staff who receive a report from a student that they have tested positive for COVID should also inform the Dean of Students.