COVID-19 Dashboard

The University of San Diego is committed to transparency as it communicates information pertaining to COVID-19. This dashboard is a source of information for members of our community to remain updated on the most accurate COVID-19 data related to our campus.

Based on the San Diego County Order of the Health Officer and Emergency Regulations the University of San Diego is providing the number of positive known COVID-19 student and employee cases, within the last 14 days. We hope this information is useful to the entire USD community, undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and employees, as well as parents, friends and neighbors, for providing important, up-to-date information about the COVID-19 situation on campus. For more information, view our Frequently Asked Questions

Health and Safety Protocols

 

Confirmed: PCR test +
Probable: rapid antigen test +

All data published is provisional and subject to change. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented as factual; however, errors may exist. In addition, the dashboard reflects only positive cases of which University of San Diego has been made aware.


State and County Data


Consistent with the protocols for infectious disease response, any individual identified within our campus community known to be personally at risk of exposure from one of the on-campus positive cases will receive personal notification with information regarding proper precautions such as quarantine, isolation, and testing.

When someone has a presumptive diagnosis (has COVID-19 symptoms and test results are pending), the individual is required to isolate and their contacts are required to quarantine until the diagnosis is confirmed positive or the results negative. Only confirmed diagnoses are included in this data.  

To help slow the spread of COVID-19, participate in the mandatory USD screening process, maintain a safe distance (6 feet) from others, wear a face covering over your mouth and nose, wash your hands regularly, and engage in strong sanitation processes.