Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

As a member of our campus community, you should notify the Health Center immediately if you are experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19, or if you are diagnosed with the illness. Your report helps to keep our campus safer. Contact the Health Center at 724-938-4232.

Total cases reported to Cal U to date: 7

Cal U has been made aware of the following case(s) of COVID-19 that affect our campus. Because the University must rely on self-reported information or information reported to us by the state Health Department, this list may not be complete.

This list will be updated when new cases are reported.

Student, employee and patient confidentiality laws prohibit disclosing the identities of individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19, so no further information will be reported about these cases.

Any individual who has tested positive will be isolated, affected areas on campus will be identified for enhanced cleaning, and individuals believed to be at risk for exposure will be contacted and advised to quarantine. Cal U Health Center staff will work with public health officials to determine those members of the campus community who need to be advised about their contact with known positive cases.

    Student (1)
    Location (residence):
    Vulcan Village
    Students (2)
    Location (residence):
    Vulcan Village
    Category: Students (2)
    Location (residence): Vulcan Village
    Category: Student (1)
    Location (residence): Vulcan Village

  • TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 2020
    Category: Faculty/Staff (1)
    Location (residence): Non-campus

Speak up and stay well

Self-monitoring is an important step in caring for yourself and those around you. Students should contact the Health Center (724-938-4232), and faculty and staff should contact their medical providers, if they have had close, sustained contact with a known positive case of COVID-19 or if they are experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19, including cough, fever and shortness of breath.

Faculty, staff and students should stay home if they feel ill. Do not come to work on campus or attend in-person classes if you are sick.

Please cooperate fully if you are contacted as part of a case investigation (sometimes called "contact tracing").

Students who have tested positive for COVID-19 or who have been advised to quarantine because of possible exposure may attend classes virtually if they feel well enough.

To help keep our campus safer, students and employees should wear a mask in classrooms and all public areas, comply with social distancing guidelines, practice good hand-washing and cough etiquette, clean frequently touched surfaces regularly, and quarantine if advised to do so by the Health Center’s medical staff or other authorities.

Learn how to help stop the spread of coronavirus. Your cooperation with these measures benefits us all.