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Health, Wellness and Safety

COVID-19 Resources

Quinnipiac is continuing to protect our community in response to the novel coronavirus. Find detailed information related to keeping our community safe.

Current Campus Risk Level: Yellow

Low to Moderate Risk

Learn more about alert levels

Yellow alert 

Last updated: April 9, 2021

COVID-19 Testing Dashboard

Active Cases in Isolation

Total # of Active Cases
43
 

Spring Semester Testing

Reporting Date Total # Tests* Total # Positive # Positive Cases: Residential Students # Positive Cases: Off-Campus Students Positivity Rate
Friday,
April 9
1,986 8 7 1 0.4%
Thursday,
April 8
2,998 21 14 7 0.7%
Thursday,
April 1
2,787 19 11 8 0.7%
Wednesday,
March 31
2,256 30 25 5 1.3%

* Includes asymptomatic surveillance testing, testing in Student Health Services and externally-performed tests

See full testing data from the Spring semester

Cumulative Test Data

Date Range Total # Tests Performed Total # Positive Positivity Rate
January 21 - April 9 60,918 322 0.5%

Total number of positive cases was adjusted to account for 6 cases that the Broad Institute originally reported as positive but changed to ‘inconclusive’ based on new testing guidelines. Those cases have been retested, and found to be negative.

COVID Communications

Access an archive of university-issued communications about QU’s ongoing COVID mitigation efforts, key actions members of our community must take, and links to important resources.

View an archive of COVID communications

Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Find answers to many of your questions about topics such as testing and academics.

See all FAQs

 

Quinnipiac Pact

Quinnipiac is our home away from home. When our faculty, staff and students are among their Bobcat family, their health, safety and support needs will be cared for as if they’re with their own family. Through this pledge, we acknowledge the impact our actions have on each other, and the role we each have in keeping our Quinnipiac community safe from spread of COVID-19. By signing this pledge, I am committing to protect my own health, to help protect the health of others, and to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our neighborhoods and communities.

Sign the Pact

Task Force

Our coronavirus task force here at Quinnipiac is comprised of university leadership and medical professionals across a variety of fields and disciplines, as well as personnel from our Emergency Management Team. The task force meets daily and is focused on addressing the difficult challenges presented by the realities of this global health crisis.

  • Keith Woodward (chair)

  • Jason Burke

  • Christy Chase

  • Monique Drucker

  • Thomas Ellett

  • Sarah Fraser

  • David Hill

  • JoLynn Kennedy

  • Debra Liebowitz

  • Ryan Mahoney

  • Daryl Richard

  • Hilary Fussell Sisco

  • Betsey Smith

  • Anna Spragg

  • Stephen Straub

  • Fred Tarca

  • Mark Tortora

  • Janice Wachtarz

  • David Wang

  • Bethany Zemba

More COVID-19 Info and Resources

For additional information and resources about the coronavirus, we recommend the following:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC has a page dedicated to updates, educational information and tips, as well as travel warnings and guidelines.

CDC coronavirus website

CDC travel warnings

World Health Organization (WHO)
The WHO has published a helpful Q&A addressing many of the common questions about the virus.

WHO coronavirus Q&A

Connecticut State Department of Public Health
Find the latest information, guidance and resources on COVID-19 in Connecticut.

CT State Department of Public Health