Re-entry & Resiliency Plan (updated 5/19/22)
This dashboard displays several of the metrics that Carlow University collects to monitor COVID-19 on campus.
Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to self-report their test results to inform this dashboard. Students should contact Health Services by clicking here, calling +1 (412) 578-6474 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Faculty/Staff are asked to contact Human Resources by emailing HROffice@carlow.edu.
This dashboard began on August 1, 2021 and is updated daily Monday-Friday.
|Metric||New this week||Cumulative|
|Positive Cases Identified||8||103|
|– Residential Students||0||14|
|– Commuter Students||0||40|
|Student Quarantine Spaces in Use||0|
This dashboard shows laboratory-confirmed cases reported to the University involving students, faculty and staff who were on-campus during the time they were contagious.
The dashboard does not include cases among individuals studying/working remotely or those who have not been on campus.
This dashboard began on October 18, 2021 and is updated weekly on Mondays.
|Employees who are confirmed to be vaccinated||98%|
|Employees who are confirmed to be unvaccinated, with approved exemptions||1%|
|Employees whose vaccination status is not known||1%|
|Students who are confirmed to be vaccinated||90%|
|Students who are confirmed to be unvaccinated, with approved exemptions||8%|
|Students whose vaccination status is unknown||2%|
Please note: the data presented in this dashboard is subject to change as Carlow University continues to encourage students and employees to submit their vaccination status. Carlow University will update this table regularly as additional statuses become known to the University.
This dashboard is for historical purposes only and is no longer in use. It reflected laboratory-confirmed cases reported to the University involving students, faculty and staff who were on-campus during the time they were contagious. It does not include cases among individuals who were studying or working remotely or who have not been on campus.
Data from: September 10, 2020-July 31, 2021
|Positive Cases Identified||67|
|– Residential Students||26|
|– Commuter Students||28|