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Sept. 2, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Sept. 2, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 96.9% 94.5% 96.4%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Aug. 25-31, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   5    13    4    22

 

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

93%


Sept. 9, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Sept. 9, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.14% 94.50% 96.52%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Sept. 1-7, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   19    127    3    149    3863    3.86%

UMass Amherst requires vaccination of all faculty, staff and students, following CDC guidance designed to allow universities to operate at full capacity for in-person learning. Given our vaccination requirements, testing data comes largely from individuals choosing to be tested and a limited number with vaccination exemptions who must test regularly. The reported positivity rate is likely higher within this self-reporting group compared to the full campus population.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

93%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Sept. 16, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Sept. 16, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.28% 94.55% 96.69%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Sept. 8-14, 2021

Updated on Sept. 23, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   68    300    12    380    9082    4.18%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    *1    0    1

*Released and recovering well

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

87%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Sept. 23, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Sept. 23, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.58% 94.47% 96.90%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Sept. 15-21, 2021

Updated on Sept. 30, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   59    34    12    105    7900   1.33%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

94%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Sept. 30, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Sept. 30, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.63% 94.74% 96.90%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Sept. 22-28, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   25    12    3    40    6879   0.57%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

97%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Oct. 7, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Oct. 7, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.66% 95.67% 97.23%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Sept. 29-Oct. 6, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   14    6    1    21    6391   0.33%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    1    1

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

96%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Oct. 14, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Oct. 14, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.68% 96.05% 97.32%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Oct. 6-Oct. 12, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   5    8    2    15    5600   0.27%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    1    1

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

99%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Oct. 21, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Oct. 21, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.72% 96.05% 97.35%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Oct. 13-19, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   4    4    2    10    6082   0.16%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    1    1

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

98%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Oct. 28, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Oct. 28, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.71% 96.07% 97.35%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Oct. 20-26, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   1    9    3    13    4815   0.27%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    1    1

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

98%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Nov. 4, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Nov. 4, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.73% 96.09% 97.35%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Oct. 27-Nov. 2, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   8    4    3    15    4775   0.31%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    1    1

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

98%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Nov. 12, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Nov. 12, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.75% 96.17% 97.40%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Nov. 3-9, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   17    11    7    35    5222   0.67%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

85%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Nov. 18, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Nov. 18, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.75% 96.17% 97.40%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Nov. 10-16, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   6    13    5    24    3963   0.61%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

95%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Dec. 2, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Dec. 2, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.78% 96.02% 97.39%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Weeks of Nov. 17-30, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   30    22    15    67    8804   0.76%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

97%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Dec. 9, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Dec. 9, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.78% 96.06% 97.39%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Weeks of Dec. 1-7, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   37    39    22    98    5,556   1.76%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

91%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Dec. 16, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Dec. 16, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.78% 96.17% 97.42%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Weeks of Dec. 8-14, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   21    50    15    86    5,384   1.60%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

92%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Dec. 23, 2021 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Dec. 23, 2021

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.78% 96.17% 97.42%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Dec. 15-21, 2021

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   3    37    25    65    4,715   1.37%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

92%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Jan. 6, 2022 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Jan. 4, 2022

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.78% 96.17% 97.42%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Dec. 29, 2021 - Jan. 4, 2022

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   22    192    146    360    2,725   13.21%

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    1    1

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

92%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Jan. 13, 2022 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Jan. 13, 2022

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.78% 96.17% 97.42%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Jan. 5-11, 2022

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   0    260*    117    377    4,987   7.56%

*Testing results are a mix of on and off-campus students. Specific breakdown is currently not available.

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    1    1

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

94%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.


Jan. 20, 2022 Update

Vaccination Rates as of Jan. 20, 2022

Includes all individuals who are partially or fully vaccinated

STUDENTS FACULTY and STAFF ALL
 97.78% 96.17% 97.42%

Students include domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The great majority of international students are also vaccinated. Some international students have been unable to arrive in the U.S. and others have not had access to a WHO-approved vaccine.  These students are quarantined and provided with an approved vaccine upon arrival.

Positive Tests for the Week of Jan. 12-18, 2022

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL TOTAL TESTS
PERFORMED
POSITIVITY RATE
   6    222*    82    310    6,044   5.13%

*Testing results are a mix of on and off-campus students. Specific breakdown is currently not available.

Positive tests reflect information from multiple sources including university testing, Massachusetts Department of Public Health reports and self-reporting of results from outside testing facilities. Results received or processed after the close of the last dashboard date will be updated during the current reporting period.

Hospitalizations

STUDENTS
ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS
FACULTY and STAFF TOTAL
   0    0    0    0

 

On-Campus Quarantine and Isolation Space Available

98%

Due to full occupancy in residence halls, quarantine and isolation space on campus is limited. Isolation and quarantine for on-campus students should take place at their permanent/home residence. On-campus quarantine and isolation space will be made available only in limited instances. Since there is typically little time to prepare for isolation or quarantine when instructed to do so, the university has developed this planning guide to help individuals anticipate what they may need if they must isolate or quarantine.

 

Assessing the Data

As the fall semester unfolds, the university’s COVID-19 Implementation Group, PHPC, the Emergency Operations Team and other campus partners will continuously monitor public health conditions and will modify COVID-19 mitigation measures accordingly. A variety of considerations will be factored into decision making, including current positive case numbers, outcomes and severity of cases and trends, state and federal guidance, and the campus’ continuing ability to manage contact tracing, quarantine and isolation through the pandemic. As always, public health measures will meet or exceed state and federal COVID-19 guidelines. 

Massachusetts Department of Public Health COVID-19 data

U.S. Centers for Disease Control COVID-19 guidance