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Coronavirus Questions

Faculty/Staff:
president@steu.edu

Students/Parents:
Katherine Buck
Vice President for Student Life
(973) 290-4203
kbuck@steu.edu

Health Services:
(973) 290-4175

SEU COVID-19 Dashboard

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The SEU COVID-19 dashboard is published to inform the campus community of the current health state of those who are members of our community and to inform modifications of current practices and protocols to support the health and safety of the Saint Elizabeth University community.

Not all instances will necessarily have occurred on campus and may not present any risk of transmission to the broader SEU community.

This dashboard was last updated on Tuesday, July 27, 2021.

Current Dashboard

New Positive Cases from the Past 14 Days

Students

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 1

SEU Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0

Campus-Based Contract Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 1


Number in quarantine*:

Students

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0

SEU Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0

Campus-Based Contract Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0


Number in isolation**:

Students

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 1

SEU Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0

Campus-Based Contract Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0


Total Since July 13, 2021

Positive Cases

Students

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 1

SEU Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0

Campus-Based Contract Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 1


Number in quarantine*:

Students

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0

SEU Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0

Campus-Based Contract Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0


Number in isolation**:

Students

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 1

SEU Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0

Campus-Based Contract Employees

On Campus: 0

Off Campus: 0


* Quarantine separates and restricts the movement of people who were exposed ​to COVID-19​.

** Isolation separates people showing symptoms of COVID-19 and/or tested positive for COVID 19 from people who are believed to be disease-free until they are thought to be at low risk of further transmission.