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COVID-19 Dashboard

 Last Updated: March 24, 2022

To keep our Santa Clara community appropriately informed about the total number of students, faculty, and staff members who are fully vaccinated or have tested positive for COVID-19, we are providing a regularly updated tally of vaccination status and weekly testing.

 

Vaccinations

Verified vaccination data as of December 16, 2021

Reporting for nearly 10,000 community members (undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff members). Find more information on mandatory testing for all resident undergraduates at Testing Protocol

99%
Undergraduate Students Verified Vaccinated
 
99%
Graduate Students Verified Vaccinated
 
96.3%
Faculty and Staff Members Verified Vaccinated
 

 

Weekly On-Campus Testing

Testing includes students (including student athletes), faculty, and staff members—with some individuals tested multiple times. Visit Testing Protocol for more details. 

*Not all test results have been processed for this date range.

Most Recent Testing Results


Mar. 19-23*

170

Tests

1

Positive Tests

0.6%

Positivity Rate

Mar. 12-18

1029

Tests

6

Positive Tests

0.6%

Positivity Rate

Mar. 5-11

1733

Tests

4

Positive Tests

0.2%

Positivity Rate

Past Testing Results

Date of Last Test for WeekNumber of Tests*Number of Positive TestsPositivity Rate
March 18 1029 6 0.6%
March 11 1733 4 0.2%
March 4 2038 4 0.2%
February 25 2034 4 0.2%
February 18 2445 20 0.8%
February 11 3009 30 1.0%
February 4 4174 73 1.8%
January 28 2602 114 4.4%
January 21 2445 216 8.8%
January 14 3320 289 8.7%
January 7 6277 496 7.9%
January 1 70 2 2.9%
December 25 72 2 2.8%
December 18 66 0 0.0%
December 11 1297 13 1%
December 4 2385 12 0.5%
November 27 216 0 0.0%
November 20 3482 13 0.37%
November 13 3189 2 0.1%
November 6 3288 3 0.1%
October 30 3141 0 0.0%
October 24 2614 2 0.1%
October 17 2052 0 0.0%
October 1 5722 2 0.1%
September 25 7177 6 0.1%
September 18 3879 4 0.1%
September 10 195 0 0.0%
September 2 233 0 0.0%
August 26 573 1 0.2%
August 20 642 5 0.8%
August 13 412 1 0.2%
August 6 95 1 1.1%
July 29 129 5 3.9%
July 20 85 7 8.2%
July 13 44 1 2.3%
July 6 16 0 0.0%
June 29 45 0 0.0%
June 22 74 0 0.0%
June 15 51 0 0.0%
June 9 140 0 0.0%
June 4 283 0 0.0%
May 28 998 1 0.1%
May 21 1229 0 0.0%
May 14 1437 0 0.0%
May 7 1724 0 0.0%
Apr. 30 1890 0 0.0%
Apr. 24 2169 3 0.1%
Apr. 17 2651 17 0.6%
Apr. 9 3182 104 3.2%
Apr. 1 2368 13 0.5%
Mar. 28 1914 9 0.5%
Mar. 19 1779 4 0.2%
Mar. 12 1917 1 0.1%
Mar. 6 2399 9 0.4%
Feb. 26 2060 1 0.0%
Feb. 20 1779 0 0.0%
Feb. 13 2033 32 1.6%
Feb. 5 1742 29 1.7%
Jan. 29 1354 58 4.3%
Jan. 22 971 47 4.8%
Jan. 15 997 74 7.4%
Jan. 8 1702 35 2.1%
Jan. 2 71 0 0.0%
Dec. 26 105 0 0.0%
Dec. 18 89 0 0.0%
Dec. 7 29 0 0.0%
Dec. 4 128 0 0.0%
Nov. 27 163 0 0.0%
Nov. 20 142 1 0.7%
Exit Testing Nov. 16 & 17  1065 33 3.1%
Nov. 13 533 2 0.38%
Nov. 6 551 2 0.36%
Oct. 30 475 0 0.00%
Oct. 23 507 1 0.20%
Oct 13 263 6 2.28%
Oct 6  337 0.89% 
Sept 30 261 1 0.38%
Sept 25 1848 4 0.22%

*Includes students, faculty, and staff. Includes some individuals tested multiple times.

Potential Workplace Exposure

In compliance with the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (CalOSHA) Assembly Bill 685 requirements, SCU is providing notification to employees of campus workplaces where people were on campus during their infectious periods.

*Updated on March 25, 2022

*Campus LocationPositive Test Date
Alameda Hall 3/23/22
Alumni Science 3/24/22
Campus Safety 3/24/22
Charney Hall 3/17/22
Main Parking Structure 3/24/22
Mission Church 3/24/22
Music and Dance 3/24/22
St. Clare Hall 3/14/22

Per the applicable notification requirements, faculty, staff or students will be notified of exposure via the SCU COVID-Dashboard, which lists the building and exposure date. 

If you are an SCU student, staff or faculty member and you tests positive outside of SCU's testing program, please report your positive test result.

COVID-19 Related Benefits and Protections

SCU Human Resources will answer any employee questions about Personnel related leaves, programs, and needs. Additionally, there are employer and government-sponsored. If you are unable to work, you may be entitled to receive supplemental paid sick leave to cover the time you are required to quarantine, isolate, or seek a COVID-19 diagnosis. Please contact Indu Ahluwalia for more information on these benefits.  Retaliation or discrimination against an employee who requests paid sick days or uses paid sick days is prohibited.  scu.edu/covid-19-hr-resource

Contact Tracing and Disinfecting Protocol

Due to the high vaccination rates within our community, SCU does not conduct contract tracking internally. Close contacts will be notified by the Santa Clara County Public Health Department, if identified as a cluster of positive cases. Vaccinated individuals are not required to quarantine, if identified as a close contact. Those individuals should monitor for symptoms. If symptoms do present, individuals must stay home, get tested, and may return to campus if they have tested negative and once symptoms have subsided. 

SCU Facilities implemented enhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocols (using EPA approved products for COVID-19) when the pandemic began and will continue to do so for its duration. Worksites in which a confirmed case has been identified are deep cleaned and disinfected.

Privacy Reminder

Santa Clara University strives at all times to respect the privacy and medical confidentiality of our community members who have tested positive for COVID-19. While it is understandable to be concerned and seek details about possible exposure from peers or colleagues who are infected, it is important to remember:

  • Confirmed cases do not always indicate active infections. Many individuals who have tested positive have already recovered or are in the process of recovering.
  • The public health department in a person’s county of residence determines who, if anyone, must be contacted regarding potential exposure to COVID-19, based on current guidelines. For Santa Clara County, guidelines can be found on the Santa Clara County Public Health website. 
  • The most important factors in preventing the spread of COVID-19 continue to be social distancing; strictly following good health practices such as frequent hand washing and use of hand sanitizer; wearing masks when engaging in essential activities outside the home; and following all guidance from U.S. and local health authorities. 
  • Those experiencing symptoms of COVID-19—such as a fever over 100.4 degrees, coughing or trouble breathing—should contact their local provider, or, if residing on campus, contact the Cowell Health Center.