Dashboard: Monitoring COVID-19 on Campus

The University is highly encouraging all individuals who will be present on campus to undergo testing for COVID-19, especially if experiencing symptoms or identified as having close contact. In addition, all students, faculty, and staff are provided an opportunity to notify the university if they have tested positive for COVID-19 through the FSU Daily Wellness Check App.

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On-Campus Testing

Free testing is available through the FSU testing facilities. These numbers reflect data collected through on-campus testing August 2, 2020 through October 17, 2021. Numbers will be updated weekly.

Total Tests at FSU

84,957

Positive Tests

2,883
(2,732 students, 151 employees)

Positivity Rate

3.39%

Date Range Total number of tests at FSU Students Employees Total Positive Positivity Rate
October 11 - October 17 530 0 0 0 0.00%
October 4 - October 10 651 1 0 1 0.15%
September 27 - October 3 655 2 0 2 0.31%
September 20 - September 26 844 11 0 11 1.30%
September 13 - September 19 1,146 25 1 26 2.27%
September 6 - September 12 1,600 58 4 62 3.88%
August 30 - September 5 1,755 145 5 150 8.55%
August 23 - August 29 1,023 29 8 37 3.62%
August 16 - August 22 1,588 37 9 46 2.90%
August 9 - August 15 1,501 31 3 34 2.27%
August 2 - August 8 810 24 5 29 3.58%
July 26 - August 1 354 41 4 45 12.71%
July 19 - July 25 132 15 0 15 11.36%
July 12 - July 18 45 3 1 4 8.89%
July 5 - July 11 21 3 0 3 14.29%
June 28 - July 4 42 1 0 1 2.38%
June 21 - June 27 135 0 0 0 0.00%
June 14 - June 20 480 4 0 4 0.83%
June 7 - June 13 146 0 0 0 0.00%
May 31 - June 6 121 0 0 0 0.00%
May 24 - May 30 90 2 0 2 2.22%
May 17 - May 23 174 1 0 1 0.57%
May 10 - May 16 282 0 0 0 0.00%
May 3 - May 9 313 0 0 0 0.00%
April 26 - May 2 420 1 0 1 0.24%
April 13 - April 25 545 3 1 4 0.73%
April 12 - April 18 757 7 0 7 0.92%
April 5 - April 11 800 2 0 2 0.25%
March 29 - April 4 890 10 0 10 1.12%
March 22 - March 28 971 10 0 10 1.03%
March 15 - March 21 1,056 16 0 16 1.52%
March 8 - March 14 1,248 10 1 11 0.88%
March 1 - March 7 1,254 17 1 18 1.44%
February 22 - February 28 1,635 38 1 39 2.39%
February 15 - February 21 1,822 26 4 30 1.65%
February 8 - February 14 1,989 38 4 42 2.11%
February 1 - February 7 1,956 43 2 45 2.30%
January 25 - January 31 1,822 63 2 65 3.57%
January 18 - January 24 1,899 82 3 85 4.48%
January 11 - January 17 2,409 60 11 71 2.94%
January 3 - January 10 4,565 76 16 92 2.02%
December 27 - January 2 467 11 2 13 2.78%
December 20 - December 26 522 7 2 9 1.72%
December 14 - December 19 1,510 4 3 7 0.46%
December 7 - December 13 1,736 16 3 19 1.08%
November 24 - December 6 1,469 15 4 19 1.29%
November 23 - November 29 1,683 15 1 16 0.95%
November 15 - November 22 3,077 38 4 42 1.36%
November 8 - November 14 1,875 48 4 52 2.77%
November 1 - November 7 2,012 39 4 43 2.14%
October 25 - October 31 1,906 28 1 29 1.52%
October 18 - October 24 1,863 27 1 28 1.50%
October 11 - October 17 2,031 26 1 27 1.33%
October 4 - October 10 2,281 23 3 26 1.14%
September 27 - October 3 2,620 52 1 53 2.02%
September 20 - September 26 2,072 46 5 51 2.46%

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FSU Affiliated Cases and Contact Tracing

The FSU SAFER Program (Secure Assessment for FSU Exposure Response) receives data from multiple sources. FSU Affiliates include students, faculty, and staff who test positive for COVID-19. These data reflect testing both on campus and through external labs.

There may be a delay in receiving reports. The information provided reflects the most recent reports provided.

By law, doctors and labs must report positive cases to public health authorities. In Florida, this means the Florida Department of Health which shares reports with Florida State University. We use this information as one way of identifying close contacts. To reduce risk of reidentification, dates with less than 10 cases will be redacted.

The Department of Health does not report negative COVID-19 test results. We cannot calculate a positivity rate with any data set except our on-campus testing lab. The positivity rate displayed on this page is based solely on our on-campus testing efforts.

Estimated Currently in Isolation or Quarantine

*Estimated numbers are based on standard clearance guidelines from the CDC for 10 days of isolation for positive cases and 10 days of quarantine for close contacts. Actual recovery times may vary.
**This includes vaccinated individuals who are monitoring for symptoms but are not required to quarantine while asymptomatic.

Confidentiality

Privacy laws prohibit us from sharing COVID-19 status unless a person allows us to do so. Anyone who tests positive will be isolated, and anyone believed to be at risk of exposure will be contacted and asked to self-quarantine.