Case numbers are updated by noon every Monday and Thursday.
The dashboard shows active reported COVID-19 cases as of 11 a.m. on the respective reporting day.
We have 5,000 students, faculty, staff and students in the Shenandoah University community. We are tracking symptoms daily, and continue to expand our asymptomatic surveillance testing conducted by the university’s Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy.
Last update: November 26, 2020
Summary of Active Cases
Health Professions Building
Online/Remote Engagement Only
Students, faculty and staff who are online only, international, non-campus members, those on clinical rotations without in-person classroom or residential campus activity
Total: All Weeks
Cleared* to resume activities
This is a comprehensive total from all locations.
**Beginning the week of October 26th reporting will be done twice per week, on Mondays and Thursdays**
Shenandoah University understands that clear, concise, transparent information, and vigorously following public health measures, are key to responding to the novel coronavirus pandemic and maintaining a safer campus environment for not only those in the Shenandoah community, but also the communities served by university locations. We share this data because when we know more, we can do more, and with better information, we will make better decisions.
The Shenandoah COVID-19 Dashboard will be updated by noon every Monday and Thursday. The dashboard shows active reported COVID-19 cases as of 11 a.m. on the respective reporting day. The reported cases will be grouped by our five university locations, including online.
Case reports include those from Shenandoah administered surveillance tests of asymptomatic students, student health center administered tests of symptomatic students, self-reports from all populations, and all notifications from the Virginia Department of Health.
These areas are attributed based on where a student, faculty or staff member spends the majority of their time on campus. For example, a student who lives on the main campus, but studies downtown, is counted as a main campus case. A student who lives in the Winchester/Frederick County community who studies at the Health Professions Building would be considered a Health Professions Building case. Solenberger Hall will be attributed to the location the individual spends the majority of their time on campus.
Individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are now recovered. This definition was created in accordance with the CDC guidelines for when an individual can resume activities around others.