This chart will be updated weekly to provide the number of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases among OSU Corvallis students as identified by OSU Student Health Services. This dashboard does not include all cases involving students as diagnosed by other health care providers and does not include reporting of 2021 cases involving OSU faculty and staff.
NOTE: The numbers below may differ from those provided on the TRACE OSU coronavirus surveillance project website. TRACE OSU reports only results from the TRACE project.
This chart provides the number of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases as provided by the Benton County Health Department involving students, faculty and staff affiliated with Oregon State University’s Corvallis campus. The dashboard was updated as Benton County released information to OSU.
NOTE: The numbers below differ from those provided on the TRACE OSU coronavirus surveillance project website. While the health department includes TRACE OSU data, the county’s numbers also include testing results and presumptive cases from other health-care providers in Benton County. TRACE OSU reports only results from the TRACE project.
|Corvallis Campus||Cascades Campus||HMSC-Newport||Totals|
*Positivity rate is specific to COVID-19 testing conducted among participating OSU students the week of Nov. 16-20, and only includes tests conducted by TRACE OSU as a part of this voluntary program. The positivity rate does not include any tests conducted by OSU Student Health Services or community-based health care providers.
All students moving into residence halls are required to take a COVID-19 test. Students with a negative result were allowed to move into their room. Students who received a positive result were given the option of returning home or moving into an isolation suite on campus.
The students who chose to isolate on campus will have meals and supplies delivered to them.
|Positive Cases||24||0||2||1||1||28 (1.34%)|
|Positive Cases Isolated on Campus||13||0||2||0||0||15|
|Positive Cases Returning Home||11||0||0||1||1||13|
|Positive Cases Isolated on Campus||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Positive Cases Returning Home||0||0||0||0||0||0|
Based on careful monitoring of the status of COVID-19 locally, throughout Oregon and nationally, OSU’s Corvallis campus is planning to deliver more than 90% of course sections by remote instruction in fall term 2020, enabling students to choose where they live and learn, including from their home communities, if that is their best option. Courses offered on-site on the Corvallis campus primarily are those with a significant experiential learning component, such as involving labs and field courses.
In fall 2020, OSU will be welcoming students to campus from all over the world. To give some insights into students who are traveling within the U.S., the visualization below depicts all U.S. counties and their current COVID-19 risk level. We can use this information to determine what percentage of Oregon State students come from counties around the nation that are dealing with COVID-19 in varying degrees.