General COVID-19 Information for Spring 2022
- Mount Aloysius College will continue in-person classes for Spring 2022.
- The campus is open for tours, visits, and events.
- The College continues to follow CDC and state health guidelines.
Please review the messages below for more details on COVID-related plans for the Spring 2022 semester.
If you feel ill, please stay home. Use the CDC’s symptom checker below, and contact Director of Student Health Services Shannon Grove. Mount Aloysius College continues to ask Mounties to wash their hands and maintain social distancing as space allows.
COVID-19 cases on this dashboard include laboratory-verified test results. The dashboard will be updated weekly each Wednesday.
The data represents activity since January 18, 2022.
The College will not disclose any identifying information about affected individuals. Students who test positive will be placed in isolation accommodations. To the extent possible, students who test positive will return home. As contract tracing identifies community members at risk for exposure, they will be contacted for quarantine measures.
Active positive cases will be removed from the first column once satisfying the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) criteria for system-based recovery. All active case counts are classified to the best of the College’s knowledge.
PLEASE NOTE: Consistent with prior COVID Dashboard reporting, the chart below begins with the first day of classes and ends with the final day of classes. These numbers do not include students who tested positive before returning to campus, or in athletics over the semester break.
Updated 1/20/2022 1:03 PM ET
*This reflects the percentage of dedicated rooms currently occupied for individuals in isolation or quarantine on campus. Note: an active positive case or students identified for quarantine might either be at home or in their own room depending on the particular situation. These rooms may also be used for short term housing for students who are sick but test negative for COVID-19.