SU’s confirmed cases automated dashboard updated as new COVID-19 cases are reported, with a breakdown of positive cases among SU community members. You can find the dashboard here.
Updated: Monday, March 21, 2022
Have symptoms, tested positive for COVID or come in contact with someone who's positive? Visit Public Health Requirements and Guidance
To report confirmed or suspected cases (such as known exposure and symptoms): email@example.com
Use the Safe Start Health Check if you are symptomatic or exposed to determine whether to come to campus
Updated May 19, 5:00 p.m
To help keep the whole Seattle U community and community-at-large stay safe, we continue to follow the procedures and protocols set forth by public health officials. The best protection against COVID-19 is vaccination and Seattle U is considered a fully vaccinated campus. Please be sure to read the regular COVID Response updates for the latest information.
The accuracy of our data – and our successful risk mitigation strategy – is dependent upon members of the community submitting their vaccination status. Vaccination rates may fluctuate as new employees join the University and new students enroll.
For COVID-19 related information for the community from prevention strategies to university operations to finding help: